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All participants must be NASPA members in good standing.
Canadian citizens and permanent residents are eligible.
Temporary residents (TRs) are eligible with the following restrictions:
Players wishing to register for the qualification process can do so by contacting any member of the Canadian Committee.
The qualification period began with the first NASPA rated sowpods tournament in September 2009. The qualification period ends on July 31, 2010.
Note: Tournaments that are in progress at the end of the QP will be considered to fall within the QP.
The Canadian team will consist of five players in 2010. Should Canada be unable to field five players, the organizer will be asked to place those who are interested on one of the international teams.
The player must also satisfy one of the following two criteria:
Note: For the above two criteria, final ratings as of the end of the QP will be considered.
The remaining spots (if any) on the Canadian team will be awarded by the Canadian Committee after receiving input from those players who have qualified via PR.
Adam Logan , Joel Wapnick, David Boys, Ron Hoekstra, and Nick Ball have qualified to represent Canada at the Causeway Challenge 2010. Nick Ball has declined his spot. That spot has been awarded to 1991 WSC winner Peter Morris.
Any dispute regarding the interpretation of any of the above rules and criteria will be resolved by the NASPA Canadian Committee, whose decision will be final.