The Waterloo Ringette Association has partnered with local suppliers for apparel and game supplies.
Please see Official Suppliers for additional information.
Please see Ringette Equipment for additional information
Ringette pants can be purchased at any official supplier and the Waterloo Wildfire flames can be added for an additional fee. Please see the Official Suppliers listing.
The region has many vendors who offer skate sharpening services. Please see Skate Sharpening for more information.
Ringette Canada is the national sport organization that governs, promotes, and leads the development of ringette. You will find many resources regarding rules of the game, history of the game, player and coach development as well as many more links. Please visit Ringette Canada.
Ontario Ringette (RO) is the provincial level association that governs, promotes, and leads the development of ringette in Ontario. Please visit Ringette Ontario to find rules, regulations, and policies that govern ringette within Ontario.
Western Region (WRRA)is the regional level body that governs, promotes, and leads the development of ringette within Western Ontario. WRA is a member of this association. For more information please visit Western Region Ringette.
Please visit Ringette Ontario - Rules for the 2019-21 Rule Book.
LTAD is a developmental pathway whereby athletes follow optimal training, competition, and recovery regimens from childhood through all phases of adulthood” (CS4L website). Waterloo Ringette Association is firmly committed to providing programs that align with the practices prescribed by Ringette Canada to support LTAD. To learn more about LTAD please visit http://ltrd.ringette.ca/athlete/
Article was written by Lori A. Gano-Overway, Ph.D. - Austin Peay State University. Read Article >
The article is from the Youth Sport Research Council operated by Rutgers University. Read Article >
Article was written by ringette champion Lisa Brown. Read Article >
Take this questionnaire to see if you’re doing everything possible to help your child have a successful and healthy sports experience. http://www.competitivedge.com/questionnaire_parents.htm
The Stacey Levitt Women and Sport Scholarship is in memory of a very special 18-year-old woman who was struck down by a car while she was jogging on Aug. 30, 1995. For details visit http://www.caaws.ca/grants-and-recognition/stacey-levitt-scholarship