Inclement Weather Policy
Inclement weather is out of the control of the tournament directors and officials. In the event of thunder and/or lightning, all games will be suspended for 20 minutes. Games will resume, in real time, 20 minutes after the last occurrence of thunder and/or lightening. Canceled games may not be rescheduled. If weather disrupts scheduled games, the Tournament Director will make every effort and has the sole authority to adjust the schedule as needed, including, shortening games, adjusting the schedule, etc. In the event of extreme weather, it is up to the tournament directors and officials as to whether the conditions are deemed safe to play on.
Tournament Cancellation Policy Due to Inclement Weather
Xtreme Lax is an outdoor tournament and therefore is subject to the threat of inclement weather. In the event of weather that causes complete or significant cancelation of tournament play, Achieve Lacrosse reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to offer either partial refunds to participating teams or credits towards future participation in an Achieve Lacrosse event. There shall be no refunds for individual games or playoff games lost to weather delays or unplayable field conditions.
Clubs will be notified if any weather related refund/credit shall be provided within 30 days following the event. Achieve Lacrosse shall not be responsible for refunding individual player fees paid to any given Club for participation in an Achieve Lacrosse event.
Achieve Lacrosse Insurance Policy and Disclaimer *Achieve Lacrosse subscribes to Bollinger Insurance to provide additional insurance coverage for all training program, league and tournament participants. Achieve Lacrosse requires each individual player to complete a player waiver prior to participation in any event. Electronic waivers are included in our online registration for training programs and leagues. If accurate information is not submitted through the online registration, secondary insurance coverage CANNOT and will not be provided.
For tournaments: In addition to player waivers for each team member, Captains/Coaches/Directors must submit an Excel document of the COMPLETED roster prior to the start of the tournament. Rosters MUST follow the Bollinger template in order for the athletes/team to receive secondary insurance coverage. The template includes the following fields: first name, last name, emergency contact number, age, team name, and address (including city, state and zip code.) If an accurate roster is not submitted to the tournament director in advance of the tournament, secondary insurance coverage CANNOT and will not be provided. (A hard copy of the completed tournament roster should also be turned in to the tournament director on the day of the event so that it is on hand for the athletic trainer(s) in the event of an emergency.)