The 2021-2022 Muaythai Ontario Memberships will be valid from the remainder of 2021 to the end of 2022.
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Welcome! We're excited to have you visiting Ontario for competition. The process for out of province athletes and coaches participating in Ontario competition has recently changed. Please be sure to read the following steps carefully:
Competition Rules & Regulations
Code of Conduct
Laboratory blood tests are only required for athletes age 16+ who are participating in Full contact competition. If you are turning 16 this year and wish to continue competing after you birthday, have those lab tests ready to present to us!
Laboratory blood tests are only required for athletes age 16+ who are participating in Full contact competition.
All Athletes with professional competition experience must submit a Request For Amateur Reinstatement to be reviewed by a technical committee.
Athletes who have competed professionally at any level, including competition in Thailand, can be permitted to enter competition at A Class or above. Athletes who have participated in low level professional competition may be eligible to enter in to B Class.
As part of the Ontario Sport Recognition Policy and Muaythai Ontario's Screening Policy, all Seconds (Coaches & Corners) and Officials are required to complete background screening. This background screening may be a Vulnerable Sector Verification (VSV), an Enhanced Police Information Check (E-PIC), or both. Please see our post on it here for more details.
Background screening documents are no longer required to be uploaded to the website. They must be shown at the competition - paper or digital. Without these documents, you will not be able to corner.
Please note: Background Screening is valid for 1 year. To complete an Enhanced Police Information Check, which can be done easily online for $25 at Sterling Talent Solutions.
Participation in any sport or physical activity carries with it the risk of injury. Concussions are an injury specific to the brain, and Ontario's Rowan's Law bring awareness to concussions and concussion safety. New regulation and legislation in Ontario requires that:
Muaythai Ontario takes concussion safety seriously, and requires that all members read through the concussion awareness resources and Concussion Code of Conduct as it applies to your age and role within the sport.
Please select the concussion awareness resources below that are appropriate for the member's age. The resources will open in a new tab, after which you can come back and complete your membership form.
I, the undersigned, acknowledge that my membership requires that I understand and adhere to the rules, regulations and policies of Muaythai Ontario (MTO). Failure to do so at all times will result in my suspension from events and/or the suspension or the cancellation of my membership.
I further understand that by signing this document I agree that throughout the course of my membership with Muaythai Ontario that:
(Additional Waiver Terms if acting as a Second)