Safety is a top priority. Many procedures and processes are in place to ensure that all participants have the best and safest experience possible while at the Elite One Cup.
The Elite One Cup proudly partners with top medical professionals from across the country to secure on-site athletic trainers, medical doctors, and emergency medical services (EMS) during Elite One Cup events, as needed. All participants are provided with the highest quality of care to include preventative treatment in addition to post-game recovery assistance.
The Elite One Cup adheres to all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state, and local requirements pertaining to COVID-19 and the safeguarding of participants at outdoor youth sporting events. The Elite One Cup staff will continue to follow updated guidance and modify protocol accordingly.
Concussion Education and Training
All on-site medical professionals working Elite One Cup events are required to be trained in concussion education and awareness. Furthermore, all adults listed on each accepted team roster are required to have successfully completed concussion education training within the past two years.
All personnel ages 18 and older working at any Elite One Cup event are required to have successfully completed a background screening within the past two years. Furthermore, all adults listed on each accepted team roster are required to have successfully completed a background screening that remains valid through the duration of the Elite One Cup competition(s).
Although the "Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017" law only applies to the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and therefore all recognized National Governing Bodies for the various Olympic sports, the Elite One Cup adheres to all applicable safeguarding measures.