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The competition is open to undergrad students at Canadian universities and is recognized as the largest of its kind in Canada. Its main purpose is to bridge the gap between the practice of kinesiology and academic worlds, which ultimately enriches students, professors, researchers and practising kinesiologists. Up to 24 teams from provinces throughout the country participate in the week-long event. The competition offers participants great opportunities to meet new people and network with practising Kinesiologists, academics, researchers and prominent business people attending the competition either as judges or sponsors.

A team is to include three students from the same university, one professor (acting as a mentor/coach), one practising Kinesiologist and one researcher (acting as consultants). The practising Kinesiologist and researcher may be different from case to case. Only practiciting Kinesiologists need to be currently affiated to the CKA and PKA.

To register a team, you must register:

  • three (3) students, one prof (mentor), one researcher and one practicing Kinesiologists (consultants). Although the researcher and practising Kinesiologists may change from case to case, your original registration must include one of each.
  • a student is one currently in its 3rd or 4th year attending an undergraduate degree in a kinesiology, human kinetics or physical activity university program.

Qualifying teams: From all registered teams received by November 10, 24 teams will be selected by the jury in priority according to these criteria, provided all teams include the required individuals: one team per province, one team per university and then the best of the remaining teams.



Entering this case competition is a great way for students to boost their resumes and advance their careers. The event is especially popular among undergraduate students who want to add valuable extracurricular activities to their resumes. Top reasons to enter the competition include the following:

Learn new skills Build confidence Win cash prizes
Develop leadership skills    Make new friends    Improve your resume



The Live presentations in the semi-final and final can be watched by anyone - teammates, friends, fellow students, Kinesiologists, professors, and faculty members who have registered as spectators.