Last summer, the International Axe Throwing Federation (IATF) established an annual integrated circuit of tournaments to foster competition among IATF players. Organizing tournaments into a circuit successfully increased the profile of these tournaments, their hosts, their competitors and the IATF. We also learned a great deal from the inaugural season and have made some adjustments to the Integrated Tournament Circuit based on our learnings and the community’s feedback.

TL;DR at the end of the document.

Unified IATF Axe Throwing Season.

The Tournament Circuit will start and end in March at the same time as the League Qualification Season. This year’s qualification period ends March 7, 2025.


Grand Slam and Major tournaments held between the end of the throwing season and that year’s IATC will be part of the following year’s path to IATC.

Changes to Major Tournaments

Number of Grand Slam reserved spots

Only the 2nd and 3rd place winners at all future Majors will be guaranteed a spot at a Grand Slam.

Grand Slam spots dictated by Major

The 2nd and 3rd place winners’ reserved spots will be for a specific, predetermined future Grand Slam. The Grand Slam will be selected based on geographical location and position on the Tournament Circuit calendar. See below for 2024-2025 Tournament Circuit Calendar.

The IATF is making these changes:

  • To streamline and simplify the process for throwers to move from Major to Grand Slam over the course of the Tournament Circuit.

  • To simplify the process of determining which throwers have earned reserved spots.

  • To increase the number of winners who take advantage of their Grand Slam spots.

  • To reduce the workload to the IATF team in assessing, tracking, and coordinating Major winners over the course of multiple throwing seasons.

The 2024-2025 IATF Tournament Circuit

The schedule of IATF Tournament Circuit events is as follows:

Grand Slams

Event

Host

City

Date

Info

Urban Open

Urban Axes

Baltimore, MD, USA

Aug 2-4, 2024

UK Open

Valhalla North Axe Throwing

Newton Aycliffe, England, UK

Aug 16-18

Asia Pacific Axe Throwing Championship

MANIAX Axe Throwing

Sydney, NSW, AUS

Sep 27-29, 2024

The Choptober Challenge

Chopper's Hatchet House

Cherry Hill, NJ, USA

Oct 25-27, 2024

Golden State Grand Slam

LA AX

North Hollywood, CA, USA

February 2025

US Championship

Ace Axe Throwing

Homestead, PA, USA

March 2025

The top 4 finishers from each of these events’ marquee tournaments will be reserved a spot in Rounds 1 & 2 of the Wilson Cup.

Majors

Event

Host

City

Date

Grand Slam

Info

Red, White and Bullseyes

Urban Axes

Somerville, MA, USA

June 28-30, 2024

Choptober Challenge

Shieldmaiden Slam

Valhalla North Axe Throwing

Newton Aycliffe, England, UK

Aug 16, 2024

UK Open 2025

Unicorn Classic

The Range

Priddis, AB, CAN

Aug 31, 2024

Golden State Grand Slam

Labour Day Classic

The Range

Priddis, AB, CAN

Sept 1, 2024

Golden State Grand Slam

BAT Outta Hell

Battle Axe Throwing

Wollongong, NSW, AUS

Aug 30-Sept 1, 2024

APATC

Charlotte Open

BATL Axe Throwing

Charlotte, NC, USA

Sept 7-8, 2024

Choptober Challenge

Florida Man Games

Game of Axes

Boynton Beach, FL, USA

Sept 21-22, 2024

Choptober Challenge

Three Ring Circuit*

Detroit Axe

Detroit, MI, USA

Oct 11-13, 2024

US Championship

Pink Ribbon Classic

Axe Thro Co

San Diego, CA, USA

Oct 19-20, 2024

Golden State Grand Slam

Urban Ladyblades

Urban Axes

Durham, NC, USA

January 2025

US Championship

Urban Madness

Urban Axes

Durham, NC, USA

January 2025

US Championship

Battle Axe Open

Battle Axe Throwing

Wollongong, NSW, AUS

Jan 24-25, 2025

APATC

Seattle Throwdown

Axe Kickers

Seattle, WA, USA

Jan 25-26, 2025

Golden State Grand Slam

Winter Axe Games

Game of Axes

Boynton Beach, FL, USA

February 2025

US Championship

Going Up Cup

LumberJaxs Tamworth

Tamworth, England, UK

February 2025

UK Open

Warriors' March To Glory

Warriors Axe Throwing

Cobourg, ON, CAN

March 2025

Urban Open

Last Ditch To Canada

Lumber Punks Axe Throwing

Melbourne, VIC, AUS

March 2025

APATC

The winner from each of these events’ marquee tournaments will be reserved a spot in Rounds 1 & 2 of the 2025 Wilson Cup.

* These majors include two marquee tournaments that will each reserve the winner a spot in the Wilson Cup.

Players Declining A Reserved Spot

Clarification on current system: Throwers who have earned a reserved spot in Rounds 1 & 2 of the Wilson Cup may decline their invitation. This spot is then returned to the general pool of spots awarded to throwers through the League Qualification Path and will be assigned to a member venue according to representation.


New for this season of the Tournament Circuit, throwers will have the option to decline a bid when it is awarded* OR they may self-identify prior to competition as ineligible to receive a bid. If the winning thrower initiates either of these options, the bid will immediately trickle down to the next eligible thrower at the tournament.


*The thrower must decline within 24 hours of the conclusion of the tournament and make their intention clear to the tournament host. Otherwise, the bid will be treated like any other Round 2 invitation and upon refusal, will reenter the general pool of Round 2 bids for League Qualification.


TL;DR

The 2nd and 3rd place finishers from Major tournaments will be reserved spots at a specific Grand Slam.


Regionals will be held in November 2024.


Throwers may remove themselves from contention for a Wilson Cup bid prior to or immediately following a tournament.

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The LaFace of the Community award goes to a member of the community selected by the community for their contributions to axe throwing and for exemplifying the best of IATF ideals. The recipients of this award is a community member who leads by example to create a positive and supportive competitor-friendly community. They promote positive sportsperson-like behaviour and are leaders in our community. Not all leaders lead from the front and a deserving person might be working diligently behind the scenes to make axe throwing the best sport and the best community it can be.

Winners of the 2024 LaFace Awards:

Chloe "Feisty" Lyttle

from Battle Axe Throwing

Here's what the community had to say about Chloe:


"Chloe is one of the most community focused people I have ever met. She is always striving to make sure the venue she runs with her partner is a happy, comfortable and safe place for anyone to come and have a throw. She is always actively looking for ways to make the throwing community she has helped create be a fun and exciting place to be a part of; dedicating so much time and effort... to make sure that the leagues and events that are run go smoothly and are a blast to be in. She is such an amazing hard worker when it comes to the axe throwing community, not afraid to say her opinion... and fighting to help the community be able to keep growing when we are so far away from the majority of throwers."


"Chloe has spent her life in axe throwing working to build community, engage newer throwers in the sport, and lift up everyone around her. There are so many of us that wouldn't be throwing today if it weren't for Chloe. She goes out of her way to make everyone feel welcome. In a sport that features a majority of male players, Chloe works tirelessly to make sure people of all genders feel just as much a part of the community as anyone else. I've witnessed her stand up to bullies when necessary... She leads by example and it's easy to see her positive impact in axe throwing communities around Australia and the world."


"Chloe Lyttle is a fun-loving, friendly, and welcoming member of Battle Axe Wollongong. She is extremely dedicated and always goes above and beyond for her community. Chloe always makes sure to always have time to help the members of her community, whether it's assisting people to learn or achieve their goals. Anytime someone is unsure of their ability she is always by their side to cheer them on and encourage them. Whenever someone wants to try a new throwing technique she will always watch and give advice if they need/want it. Chloe is extremely passionate about axe-throwing and is the most community-driven person I have ever met. Even when she is unwell she will come into the venue to get work done, check on everyone, and make sure everything is running smoothly. She has built such a strong and trusting community at Battle Axe Wollongong, it is a safe space for so many people. She works hard both from the front when running nights, always promoting sportsperson-like behaviour. As well as behind the scenes as an example; when themed events are on, she will always hand draw on the boards to make special games for the community.

Joey "The Hat" Nessler

from Chopper's Hatchet House

Photo credit: Matt Traino

Here's what the community had to say about Joey:


"Joey is the epitome of community support. He both supports and develops creativity within the axe throwing world. Each time a new game or skill is brought in, he fully supports the spread of that knowledge and fun. “Take this back to your home venue” he says. And we do! This helps nurture the growth of the community through fun that is outside of the same old competitive premier/standard format."


"Joe not only wears many hats at Choppers (no pun intended) helping out with organizing two of the biggest tournaments in the IATF Circuit (Countess Cup and Choptober), but he is the man behind the Perfect Game Challenge Coins. He has single-handedly started something incredible that has brought the community together and given throwers something to strive for when it comes to getting their perfect game(s) whether it be a Standard, Premier, or Big Axe 81. Joe in my mind deserves this award more than anyone else and I’m not the only one that thinks that!"


"...he just is the community, he never stops serving this community with love and support and guidance for everyone worldwide!"


"Always there to lend a helping hand and the father of the axe throwing challenge coin..."


47 different community members were nominated, and over 550 people voted to award this year's LaFace of the Community Award.


OUR SPORT  ·  OUR COMMUNITY ·  OUR FEDERATION

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The International Axe Throwing Federation holds the International Axe Throwing Championship on the traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples. June is National Indigenous History month in Canada and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day, observed on the longest day of the year.



BATL Port Lands, Stockyards, and Vaughan are located within the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee peoples. This land is covered by Treaty 13 signed by the Mississauguas of the Credit.


BATL Pickering is on the traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinabek, and the Huron-Wendat peoples. This land is now home to many  diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

White settler history often begins the story of North America with the arrival of the first colonists on the eastern shores. However, Indigenous histories and archeological research can show us that Turtle Island has a long history stretching back thousands of years, and even beyond into time immemorial.


For example, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy is made up of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca nations whose territories range from the eastern half of Lake Erie, along northern Pennsylvania, from Albany to Montreal, including the Kawarthas region and all of Lake Ontario. 


Often described as the oldest, participatory democracy on Earth, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy’s constitution is believed to be a model for the American Constitution. What makes it stand out as unique to other systems around the world is its blending of law and values. For the Haudenosaunee, law, society and nature are equal partners and each plays an important role.


For more information about the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, visit https://www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/who-we-are/.


The IATF values inclusivity and diversity in our sport. We believe that axe throwing can and should be for everyone and anyone. However, we must reckon with the fact that Indigenous people have historically experienced racism, exclusion, lack of accommodation, or erasure in sports. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada gave 94 calls to action, 5 of which were about sport. As the governing body of urban axe throwing, we believe that we can learn from and respond to these calls, specifically:


91. We call upon the officials and host countries of international sporting events such as the Olympics, Pan Am, and Commonwealth games to ensure that Indigenous peoples' territorial protocols are respected, and local Indigenous communities are engaged in all aspects of planning and participating in such events.


The IATF pledges to begin the process of engaging local Indigenous communities as we prepare for IATC 2025. It is our goal to create a relationship with the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Huron-Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinabek in an effort to meaningfully respect their histories on the land and attempt to disrupt colonial practices.


Finally, we encourage all participants and spectators at IATC to learn more about the Indigenous people of the land they inhabit and visit. A great resource is the Native Land Digital, an interactive map that is a great starting point for jumping in the complexities and breadth of the land.



Support the Anishinabek Nation 7th Generation Charity

The Anishinabek Nation 7th Generation Charity is the official charitable-fundraising arm of the Anishinabek Nation and its 39 First Nation communities. Their goal is to establish a foundation that will help improve the quality of life for First Nation communities and citizens.

REFERENCES


“Who We Are.” Haudenosaunee Confederacy, 24 June 2021, www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/who-we-are/. 


Government of Canada; Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada. “Sports and Reconciliation.” Government of Canada; Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada, 28 Sept. 2023, www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1524505883755/1557512006268. 

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Throwing axes is hungry work. In order to help you plan ahead, we’ve compiled a food option & recommendation guide for each of the IATC 2023 venues.


Matt Brown, a thrower with Maniax Perth, has put together his IATC Toronto Hit List that compiles a range of suggestions and tips for places to eat and things to do. Thanks for sharing Matt!


On Sunday, June 11 at Homecoming, there will be 3 food vendors on site so you don't have to miss any of the action! Real Friends Barbecue, Sumo Seafood, and Gangster Cheese will be there in the afternoon so get your ticket to Homecoming now! Check out our Instagram and Facebook for more information about menus and hours.

BATL PORTLANDS

*Cherry St Bar-B-Que* Official Food Partner of IATC 2024!
275 Cherry Street, Toronto, ON
416-461-5111


Cherry Street Bar-B-Que is a counter-service style barbecue house, specializing in authentic Pit Smoked meats prepared over live oak fires.


Approx. 300m from BATL Port Lands.


The Keating Channel Pub

2 Villiers Street, Toronto, ON

416-572-0030


The Keating Channel Pub serves a wide variety of classic pub fare and has something for everyone.


Approx. 200m from BATL Port Lands.


You can also order food for delivery. We recommend you meet your courier outside to avoid confusion as the venue will be busy.

BATL STOCKYARDS

BATL Stockyards is located in the Stock Yards Village which is home to multiple 20 different food options.


You can also order food for delivery. We recommend you meet your courrier outside to avoid confusion as the venue will be busy.

BATL VAUGHN

Across the street there are multiple food options in or around the RioCan Marketplace such as: Tim Horton’s, Wild Wings, Montana’s, Wendy’s, Subway, Osmows, East Side Mario’s, Starbucks, as well as some smaller independent restaurants.


You can also order food for delivery. We recommend you meet your courier outside to avoid confusion as the venue will be busy.

BATL PICKERING

Pickering does not have any restaurants within a short walking distance. A short drive (or 25 minute walk) to the intersection of Bayly St and Brock Rd provides options such as Tim Horton’s, Harvey’s, St Louis Bar & Grill as well as some smaller independent Caribbean restaurants and a coffee shop.


You can also order food for delivery. We recommend you meet your courrier outside to avoid confusion as the venue will be busy.

On Sunday, June 11 at Homecoming, there will be 3 food vendors on site so you don't have to miss any of the action! Real Friends Barbecue, Sumo Seafood, and Gangster Cheese will be there in the afternoon so get your ticket to Homecoming now! Check out our Instagram and Facebook for more information about menus and hours.
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Getting around Toronto and to Pickering can seem daunting and that is why we are here to help! This guide breaks down your transit options to make the most of your time and your budget at IATC 2024. All prices listed in this document are in Canadian dollars.


For information about our hotel partners, see our Hotel & Accommodations Details.

PUBLIC TRANSIT

Toronto and Pickering are both accessible by public transit. Transit is most densely located in the core of Toronto, and gets less frequent as you get further into surrounding regions.


If you plan to use public transit as a means of transportation during your stay in Toronto (or the GTHA), we recommend buying a Presto card for $4. Using a Presto card will automatically save you money on fares and make transferring between systems seamless. You can purchase a Presto card at TTC subway stations, select GO stations, and select retailers. Find out more here: https://www.prestocard.ca/en/about/get-a-presto-card


The Toronto Transit Commission (commonly referred to as the TTC) is the local subway and surface route operation in Toronto. Service is provided via subway lines, and bus and streetcar routes across the city. Information about fares, routes, and schedules can be found at ttc.ca.


GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). The GO is a network of trains and buses that connect the cities and municipalities that surround Toronto. GO connects to the TTC at multiple subway stations, depending on the line. GO connects to DRT at Pickering GO station. Find more information about fares, routes, and schedules at gotransit.com


Durham Region Transit (or DRT) is the local bus transportation for eight municipalities, including Pickering. The bus from the Pickering GO station runs every 30 minutes. Information about fares, routes, and schedules can be found at https://www.durhamregiontransit.com/en/index.aspx

One TTC adult fare is $3.35 CAD and provides a 2-hour unlimited transfer. You can purchase a Presto Card for $4 and load single rides or unlimited day passes at all subway stations. More information on the TTC website: https://www.ttc.ca/Fares-and-passes


Go Transit offers a one-day weekend pass that must be purchased in advance online for $10. This pass does not use the Presto system and are activated on your smartphone directly. The two-day pass appears to have been discontinued. For more information: https://www.gotransit.com/en/travelling-with-us/dont-need-a-car-to-go


Go Transit fares are calculated based on distance traveled. Short distances (less than 6 miles/10kms) are $4.40 or $3.70 with a Presto Card. The fare calculator can be found here: https://www.gotransit.com/en/trip-planning/calculate-fare


One adult fare on DRT is $3.35 with a Presto card or $4.35 cash. If connecting from the GO train, your fare is free. Just tap your Presto card or present your GO ticket to the operator. More information about DRT fares can be found here: https://www.durhamregiontransit.com/en/index.aspx

Schedules

The TTC subway runs every 2-5 minutes most of the time. Late night can see longer wait times up to 10 minutes. The last trains leave the station sometime after 1:00am. Check the online schedule if you plan to be traveling late at night. Late night buses run along the subway lines between the last and first trains of each day so you can always get public transit along those major lines. Buses and streetcars depend largely on the route. Some routes end early or reduce to minimal service during off-peak hours. Always check the schedule for departing and returning trips before you leave.


GO trains run approximately every 30 minutes. It is important to check ahead to make sure you get where you are going on time.

getting to BATL Portlands

BATL Portlands is located 33 Villiers St, Toronto, ON.


To Portlands via TTC: (Best for local travel)

  • Take the subway to Pape Station. Take the 72B Pape Bus south to Union Station via Queens Quay and Commissioners for 19 stops (approx. 20 minutes).  Exit Cherry St. Walk north on Cherry St, turn right on Villiers.  The entrance to BATL Portlands will be on your right via the parking lot.
  • Take the subway to King Station. Board the 504C King to Distillery replacement bus (eastbound) on the south side of King St, east of Yonge St. Ride 9 stops (approx. 15 minutes). Exit at Distillery Loop. Walk 0.7 miles (1.1kms): south under the highway and cross Lakeshore Blvd, cross the Cherry St bridge, turn left on Villiers St and BATL Portlands will be on your right. Enter via the parking lot.
  • Take the subway to Union station. Walk to Bay St (west side) south of Front St. Take the 72 Pape Bus to Pape Station via Queens Quay and Commissioners for 9 stops (approx. 14 minutes). Exit Villiers at Munition St. Walk west on Villiers and enter BATL Portlands via parking lot.

*Please note that all routes are subject to disruption and delay. Check online for most up-to-date information.


To Portlands on the GO transit: (Best for GTHA travel)

  • Take advantage of the multitude of trains and buses that serve the central hub of Union Station. For most accurate information, visit the Go Transit travel planner: https://www.gotransit.com/en/
  • See directions for TTC from Union Station above.

getting to BATL Pickering

BATL Pickering is located at 813 Brock Rd #11, Pickering, ON.


To Pickering on TTC, GO Transit, & DRT:


While you can take public transit to BATL Pickering, there is not great transit from the Pickering GO station to BATL and it is a 40-50 minute walk. There are a few buses that will bring you a little closer from the GO station, but you will still have to walk 20-30 minutes to get the rest of the way. However, if you are traveling with a group, you can take an uber from the GO station and split the fare and it will still be cheaper than an Uber from Downtown.

  • Take the subway or GO train to Union Station. Take the train east along the Lakeshore East line 6 stops (approx. 40 minutes) to Pickering GO. Walk south towards Fairall St to the DRT bus stop near Westney Rd. Take the 917 Pickering Parkway Terminal bus 6 stops (approx. 6 minutes) to Bayly Westbound at Brock Road. Walk south on Brock Road for 1.3 miles (2.1kms) to BATL Pickering.

  • Take the subway to Main Street station. Walk south on Main St to Danforth GO Station. Take the train east along the Lakeshore East line 5 stops (approx. 30 minutes) to Pickering GO (DO NOT take the Stouffville line that also services this stop). Walk south towards Fairall St to the DRT bus stop near Westney Rd. Take the 917 Pickering Parkway Terminal bus 6 stops (approx. 6 minutes) to Bayly Westbound at Brock Road. Walk south on Brock Road for 1.3 miles (2.1kms) to BATL Pickering.

The GO transit fare from Union Station is $9.40 standard or $7.91 with a Presto card. The GO transit fare from Danforth GO Station is $7.75 standard or $6.52 with a Presto card. You can transfer onto DRT free of charge by using your Presto card or presenting your ticket or weekend pass.


*Please note that all routes are subject to disruption and delay. Check online for most up-to-date information.

getting to BATL stockyards

BATL Stockyards is located at 30 Weston Road, Unit C109, Toronto, ON.


To Stockyards on TTC:

  • Take the subway to Keele Station. Take the 89 Weston to Albion Rd bus for 7 stops (approx. 7 minutes) to Keele St at St Clair Ave West. Walk 450’ (140m) to BATL Stockyards.
  • You can also take the 89, 941, or 989 buses from Keele Station to Keele St at St Clair Ave West (same route & travel time).


To Stockyards on the GO transit: (Best for GTHA travel)

  • Take advantage of the multitude of trains and buses that serve the central hub of Union Station. For most accurate information, visit the Go Transit travel planner: https://www.gotransit.com/en/
  • See directions for TTC from Union Station above.


*Please note that all routes are subject to disruption and delay. Check online for most up-to-date information.

getting to BATL vaughn

BATL Vaughan is located at 1600 Steeles Avenue W #12, Concord, ON.


To Vaughn on TTC:

  • Take the subway to Sheppard West Station. Take the 105 Major Mackenzie NB bus for 13 stops (approx. 17 minutes) to Dufferin/Steeles. Walk 1300’ (400m) to BATL Vaughan.
  • Take the subway to Sheppard West Station. Take the 105A Dufferin North to Steeles bus for 10 stops (approx. 18 minutes) to Gerry Fitzgerald Dr at Steeles Avenue W. Walk 1000’ (300m) to BATL Vaughan.
  • Take the subway to Finch Station. Take the 60A Steeles West to Pioneer Village Stn bus 19 stops (approx. 26 minutes) to Steeles Ave West at Futurity Gate. Walk 820’ (250m) to BATL Vaughan.


To Vaughn on the GO transit: (Best for GTHA travel)

  • Take advantage of the multitude of trains and buses that serve the central hub of Union Station. For most accurate information, visit the Go Transit travel planner: https://www.gotransit.com/en/
  • See directions for TTC from Union Station above.


*Please note that all routes are subject to disruption and delay. Check online for most up-to-date information.

Driving in toronto and pickering

For those of you who live in the GTHA or have visited before, this will come as no surprise: traffic is really, really bad. In fact, Toronto recently ranked as the 3rd most congested city in North America (only behind Chicago and Boston) and 7th worst internationally. If you can avoid driving, especially to Port Lands or Stockyards, take transit.


Uber is available in Toronto and Pickering and can be cost effective when carpooling and sharing fares. We still recommend against taking an Uber to Port Lands as it is near several of the most congested intersections in the city. It is very accessible by public transportation.


If driving is still your best option, all 4 IATC venues offer parking on site. See addresses in Google maps linked below for driving directions:

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As the International Axe Throwing Championship in Toronto rapidly approaches, we’d once again like to take the time to emphasize our Code of Conduct.


Participation and involvement in the International Axe Throwing Championship, or any International Axe Throwing Federation sanctioned event, is a privilege. By the act of your participation, service, employment, attendance, representation, or in any other manner of involvement at any IATC event you are acknowledging that you have thoroughly read the IATF Code of Conduct, that you fully understand the IATF Code of Conduct, and that you agree to completely follow and abide by the IATF Code of Conduct at all times.


At the International Axe Throwing Championship, the IATF will be taking the Code of Conduct with the utmost seriousness. Examples of negative behavior that will not be tolerated include, but are not limited to:


  • Abusive or otherwise inappropriate verbal, written, or physical actions
  • Harassment or violence
  • Aggressive, dangerous, or unsafe behavior
  • Discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental ability, or religious beliefs
  • Disregard of facility rules, the regulations of the sport, or the role of officials


During the IATC, each day at every venue at the start of every event, the IATF will remind everyone of the Code of Conduct, as well as introducing the specific person(s) responsible for overseeing the Code of Conduct at that location. If you experience, or otherwise become aware of any behavior as outlined above, please report it to the specified person(s). The IATF will be fully investigating all reports, incidents, issues, violations, and concerns.


The International Axe Throwing Federation reserves the right to enforce the Code of Conduct with discipline up to and including elimination or suspension from competition, removal from facilities, and disqualification from further participation in any IATF sanctioned event including leagues and tournaments.


We encourage all members of our community to take the time to refresh your memory of the Code of Conduct on our website and recommit yourself to upholding not only the letter, but the spirit of the words. Remember that this code applies to all participants and all levels of IATF events: throwers, operators, spectators, participants, vendors, and more.


We recommit to you, our community, to uphold the code through our actions as well as our words. We join you in your dedication to building a strong community that fosters healthy competition.


You can reach the IATF at info@iatf.com. You can also reach out to your Panel of Throwers members.


Thank you to the Panel of Throwers for their collaboration on this statement.


Thank you for ensuring the safety of everyone in Our Sport, Our Community, Our Federation.

OUR SPORT  ·  OUR COMMUNITY ·  OUR FEDERATION

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Last fall, the International Axe Throwing Federation created the Panel of Throwers as part of a wider strategy to increase transparency and communication between the IATF and the axe throwing community at large.

The Panel is made up of 16 throwers: 9 elected by throwers in their region and 7 appointed by the IATF. These volunteer Panelists help to provide feedback from the community to the IATF team, and help to disseminate information from the IATF back to the community.


CONTACT A MEMBER OF THE PANEL OF THROWERS.


In addition to the Panel, you can reach out to the IATF directly at info@iatf.com, through the IATF Facebook Community Forum,  IATF Upvoty, or through your Member Organization.

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FAQs about the 2024 International Axe Throwing Championships in Toronto on June 12-16.

wilson cup round 2

How are venues allocated spots for IATC?

Every IATF Member Organization is guaranteed at least 1 spot at IATC. The rest of the available spots are divided by proportional league participation during the 2023-2024 League Qualification Season.

Do throwers with reserved bids in Round 2 of the Wilson Cup count towards the allocate spots for their venue?

No, these throwers are not included in the league play qualification pool at any qualifying club.

Are spots allocated to closed or lapsed member organizations? How many?

Yes. Their spots are calculated by league participation like the other venues.

If a thrower qualifies for Round 2 but chooses not to accept the invitation to register, can they register for Close But No Cigar?

Yes, as long as a thrower has participated in Round 1 and NOT registered for Round 2 they may register for Close But No Cigar.

How is Round 2 seeded?

Round 2 of the Wilson Cup is seeded based on Round 1 performance except for the Close But No Cigar winner who enters Round 2 in the 256th spot.

Why is Day 2 of Round 2 of the Wilson Cup only top 16 this year instead of the top 32?

In order to feature the diversity of IATC Tournaments on the Livestream, Round 2 Day 1 will play down to the top 16.

Do throwers who register for Round 2 of the Wilson Cup need to buy a Homecoming ticket?

No, Round 2 registration includes a ticket to Homecoming on Sunday. Homecoming solo tickets are for friends, family, and throwers who are not throwing in Round 2 or in a Final on Sunday.

Why hasn't the prize pool for the Wilson Cup increased if the price of registration has increased?

You can read more about the current state of the IATF in the letter from Matt Wilson, the commissioner.
We are working to make IATC a sustainable event and part of that is to bring the registration fees more inline with other events of this scale. The prize pools represent a typical proportion of the registration fees. Round 2 registration also includes a ticket to Homecoming this year.


As the IATF, and by extension IATC, continues to grow, we plan to engage with large scale sponsors who will allow us to lift the financial burden from the throwers to grow things like the prize pool.


We are so grateful for the continued support of our community and are looking forward to another awesome IATC!

 

iatc feature tournaments

Why are some tournaments at both BATL Stockyards and Port Lands?

Under 65, Doubles, Women's, and Close But No Cigar will run at both venues simultaneously to maximize tournament size. The finals of those tournaments will run on Sunday at Pickering during Homecoming with the exception of CBNC whose finals will be on Saturday at Port Lands before Round 2 begins.

If I am throwing in the Doubles and Women's Tournaments, will I be at the same venue for both? Will I have to travel between venues?

We will do our best to keep throwers at the same venue for same day tournaments. There is plenty of time in the schedule between tournaments should you need to travel between Stockyards and Port Lands.

Which tournaments will use which rulesets?

Under 55, Big Axe, and Doubles will be played with the Standard ruleset. Under 65, Women's and Close But No Cigar will be played with the Premier ruleset.

How are the Feature Tournaments seeded?

The IATC Feature Tournaments are seeded randomly.

What is the Big Axe tie breaker?

More Big Axe 'sudden death' Premier rules.

How are averages for Under 65 and Under 55 calculated?

Qualifying averages are your 12 month average at the end of the League Qualification Period on March 9, 2024. Premier and Standard can be converted be adding or subtracting 10 as necessary. Unsure if you qualify? Email us at info@iatf.com.

 

If the Under 65 Tournament is Premier, why does my Premier average need to be under 55?

Historically, the Under 65 tournament has been played with the Standard ruleset. Because one of the goals of the IATF is to foster the development of throwers at all levels, we hope to challenge the throwers participating in this tournament.


Competitors at IATC represent the highest level of play across the Federation and all of the tournaments reflect that. The targeted throwers for this tournament have not changed, so we didn't adjust the qualification criteria.

 

If I won an invitation to an IATC Feature Tournament by winning an Under tournament at a Major or Grand Slam but my average has increased above 55 Premier, am I still guaranteed a spot in the Under 55 or Under 65 Tournament at IATC?

Throwers who won reserved spots in IATC tournaments through the tournament circuit will be placed in a comparable tournament that is also appropriate to their skill level. That may mean someone whose average has risen since they won an Under 65 tournament several months ago may be a better fit for the Close But No Cigar tournament.

Can I still register for Under 55 or Under 65 if I haven't thrown in the previous season?

If you haven't thrown in over a year, we will consider your most recent average.

Do I need to have participated in an IATF league this year to register for the IATC Feature Tournaments?

There is no qualification criteria for Women's, Big Axe, or Doubles. Anyone can register and participate.

What are the events for the Global Showdown Qualifier?

Details about the Skills tournament can be found here.

Can I transfer my tournament registration? How?

Ticket holders who have found a seller are requested to email info@iatf.com with their ticket order confirmation number, and the contact information for the thrower who is taking the ticket (name, email, and AxeScores ID). Both throwers will receive a confirmation email once the transfer is complete.

clutch community volunteers

Can I volunteer at a tournament I am throwing in?

You can, however preference will be given to volunteers who are not throwing in that tournament.

If I am in Round 2 and do not advance to the Finals on Sunday, am I able to scorekeep?

Yes, though we will give preference to volunteers who did not participate in Round 2. There are opportunities to scorekeep for the finals of Under 65, Doubles, and Women's on Sunday as well.

 

What is included in the swag bags?

Cool merch from IATF venues, vendors, and sponsors including 81 Axes, LumberJaxs Tamworth, Patient Zero, Throwing It Forward, and more!

 

How long will my shift be?

The maximum volunteer shift length is 5 hours, with a break. Most shifts will be shorter as the end of the pool play portion dramatically reduces the number of scorekeepers needed. The more volunteers sign up, the shorter the shifts can be!

Do I have to scorekeep all day at Homecoming?

No! We will need the most volunteers at the start of the day when Round 2 Day 2 kicks off. As the morning progresses, we will need far fewer scorekeeprs. The more volunteers sign up, the shorter the shifts will be for everyone!

 

Still have questions? Email us at info@iatf.com.

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Round 1 of the 2024 Wilson Cup took place Friday, March 22 through Sunday, March 24, 2024. The event was hosted by 56 IATF member organizations at over 74 locations worldwide. Of the 25,000 rostered league players, 783 qualifiers competed in Round 1. Of these competitors, 201 will join last year's IATC Champion, 24 Grand Slam winners, 20 Major winners, and the 9 winners of the 2024 IATF Regionals in the 256 player bracket for Round 2. 1 spot is reserved for the winner of the 2024 Close But No Cigar tournament held during the week of IATC.

Congratulations to all the players advancing to Round 2.

The IATF is excited to announce the results of the the first round of the 2024 Wilson Cup. 

Complete List of Round 1 Results

Please click the button here to download a PDF of the results list. The list is arranged alphabetically by Qualifying Club, then in descending order by Round 1 score. The list includes whether the competitor has advanced to Round 2. The list includes throwers who won their invitation via the Integrated Tournament Circuit.

The list will be updated regularly to indicate who has registered, declined and players who have advanced and can still register.

What's Next: Round 2

Round 2 of the Wilson Cup will be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 15-16, 2024.

Round 2 will include 256 players. 54 spots are reserved for the IATC 2023 Champion, 24 Grand Slam winners, 20 Major winners, and the 9 winners of the 2024 IATF Regionals in the 256 player bracket for Round 2. 1 spot is reserved for the winner of the 2024 Close But No Cigar tournament held during the week of IATC. Each IATF member organization is allocated a portion of the 201 remaining Round 2 spots based on their total league participation during the Qualification Period.

Players' tournament seed in Round 2 is determined by their Round 1 performance.

Players Advancing to Round 2

If you are among the players advancing to Round 2, expect an email from the IATF containing details on how to register. Be sure to add info@iatf.com to your address book to ensure the email gets to you inbox. Your Round 2 registration includes a Homecoming ticket.

CLose But No Cigar

If you competed in Round 1 and are not among the players advancing to Round 2, you can still compete for the Wilson Cup by registering for the Close But No Cigar tournament, to be held at BATL Port Lands and BATL Stockyards on Friday, June 14, 2024. This is an exclusive tournament for Round 1 competitors that did not advance to Round 2. The finals of this tournament will take place on Saturday morning at BATL Port Lands with the winner entering Round 2 of the Wilson Cup as the 256th seed.

More info here: IATC 2024 Information and Itinerary

More Great IATC Events And competitions

We are so excited for you to join us in Toronto for IATC Round 2 and we hope to see you at all the awesome events the weekend has to offer. 

Homecoming

Homecoming is here for the best backyard party ever. Celebrate with a well-earned beer at the outdoor bar and kick back with a drink in a viewing tent surrounded by the best community. Cheer for your friends and favorites to win. This year, the finals for the Under 65, Doubles, and Women's tournaments will be at Homecoming and featured on the Livestream.

Tournaments

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are packed full of events for you to check out: There are tournaments for Under 55 and Under 65, a Doubles tournament, and the above Close But No Cigar. This year we are introducing a Big Axe tournament and the first ever Women's Tournament at IATC. The Challenger Series Team is back to cohost the Global Versus Showdown. Qualifiers for that event will be Friday evening and the Showdown itself will take place at Homecoming on Sunday.

Check out the IATC 2024 Information and Itinerary to find your event! Tickets are on sale now.

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Welcome to the culmination of the 2023-2024 Integrated Tournament Circuit and axe throwing season.

This year we are proud to announce the expansion of the IATC schedule and your favourite tournaments (Under 55, Under 65, Doubles, Close But No Cigar), the return of a beloved event (The Skills Challenger Series), and the addition of some new and exciting tournaments (Big Axe and Women's).

Homecoming on Sunday, June 16th, will host not only the Wilson Cup finals, but the finals from the Under 65, Doubles, and Women's Tournaments. These tournament finalists will be featured on the IATC Live Feed!

The Global Versus Showdown returns for a second year reunited with the familiar Challenger Team.

The Awards Ceremony will be held at Homecoming immediately after the final axes are thrown and the after party will go on into the night.

Join us this year in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for this celebration of champions from around the world!

homecoming

Homecoming is back at BATL Pickering on Sunday, June 16, 2024. The perfect indoor and outdoor party to accommodate hundreds of your friends and fellow community members to watch the action of the top throwers compete in the Finals of the 2024 Wilson Cup as well as the Under 65, Doubles, and Women's Tournaments.

The Challenger Series team is back again to co-host the Global Showdown after the finals.

Scroll down for the Homecoming schedule at more!

 

axe market

Axe Market is back at Homecoming in 2024. The only way to check out our amazing community vendors is to get a Homecoming ticket.

Homecoming Axe Market vendors include:

With a special pop-up by Tips And Tonic Nail Art!

If you are a vendor interested in participating in Axe Market at Homecoming, email us at info@iatf.com.

 

tickets & Registration

Registration for the Under 55, Under 65, and Close But No Cigar is open.

Big Axe, Doubles, Women's, and the Global Showdown Qualifier are sold out.

Registration for Round 2 of the Wilson Cup and Close But No Cigar will begin after the completion of Round 1 of the Wilson Cup Thursday, March 28th at 6:00 PM EST (10:00 PM GMT / Thursday, 9:00AM AED).

Tickets for Homecoming will go on sale Thursday, March 21st at 6:00 PM EST (10:00 PM GMT / Friday, March 22nd, 9:00 AM AED).

 

Clutch community volunteers

We are seeking volunteers who embody our core values. The passion of our community is the cornerstone of what makes this sport thrive, and we are searching for driven individuals interested in assisting our events to elevate them to new heights. If you want to be a part of taking IATC, the IATF, and axe throwing to the next level, then we want you!

Questions? Check out our FAQs.

IATC ITINERARY

Please note that all prices are listed in USD. The CAD listing is an approximation based on the conversion rate at the time of posting. The IATF Shopify store will convert to your regional currency.

UNDER 55 Tournament

Wednesday, June 12, 2024

 9:00am - 2:30pm

WHERE: BATL Port Lands


REGISTRATION FEE: 

$85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

TOURNAMENT SIZE: 40

PRIZE POOL:


$1,000 USD (approx. $1,360 CAD)

  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
  • This tournament is open to anyone whose 12-month Premier average as listed on AxeScores.com is 45 or below (Standard 55 or below) as of March 9, 2024.
  • IATF standard ruleset (“majority-in” bullseyes and “break-paint” clutches.)
  • 9:00 am registration and practice.
  • 10:00 am Tournament start, 2:30 pm approx. finish.
  • Finals will take place on the same day at Port Lands.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $1,000 USD (approx $1,360 CAD)

1st Place - $400 USD (approx. $540 CAD)

2nd Place - $200 USD (approx $270 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $100 USD each (approx. $135 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $50 USD each (approx. $67.50 CAD)

 


Big Axe Tournament

Wednesday June 12, 2024

 9:00am - 1:00pm

WHERE: BATL Stockyards


REGISTRATION FEE: 

$85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

Tournament size: 32

PRIZE POOL:


$800 USD (approx. $1,080 CAD)

  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
    *NOTE: In the group stage, the Big Axe tournament will be best 2 rounds out of 3 match format.
  • This tournament is open to anyone
  • IATF standard ruleset (“majority-in” bullseyes and “break-paint” clutches.)
  • 9:00 am registration and practice.
  • 10:00 am Tournament start, 1:00 pm approx. finish.
  • Finals will take place on the same day at Stockyards.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $800 USD (approx $1,080 CAD)

1st Place - $320 USD (approx. $430 CAD)

2nd Place - $160 USD (approx $215 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $80 USD each (approx. $108 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $40 USD each (approx. $54 CAD)

 


Under 65 Tournament

Wednesday June 12, 2024

 4:00pm - 9:30pm

WHERE: BATL Stockyards & Port Lands


REGISTRATION FEE: 

$85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

TOURNAMENT SIZE: 80

PRIZE POOL:


$2,000 USD (approx. $2,700 CAD)

  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
  • This tournament is open to anyone who’s 12-month Premier average as listed on AxeScores.com is 55 or below (Standard 65 or below) as of March 9, 2024.
  • IATF Premier ruleset
  • 4:00 pm registration and practice.
  • 5:00 pm Tournament start, 9:30 pm approx. finish.
  • Final game(s) will take place on Sunday, June 16 at Homecoming.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $2,000 USD (approx $2,700 CAD)

1st Place - $720 USD (approx. $970 CAD)

2nd Place - $360 USD (approx $485 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $160 USD each (approx. $215 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $80 USD each (approx. $108 CAD)

9th through 16th Place (tie) - (approx. $54 CAD)

 


Doubles Tournament

Thursday June 13, 2024

9:00am - 2:30pm

WHERE: BATL Stockyards & Port Lands


REGISTRATION FEE: $125 USD Per Team (approx. $170 CAD)

TOURNAMENT SIZE: 80 teams

PRIZE POOL:


$3,000 USD (approx $4,046 CAD)


  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
  • IATF Standard ruleset (“majority-in” bullseyes and “break-paint” clutches.)
  • 9:00 am registration.
  • 10:00 am Tournament start, 2:30 pm approx. finish.
  • Final game(s) will take place on Sunday, June 16 at Homecoming.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $3,000 USD (approx $4,046 CAD)

1st Place - $1,080 USD (approx. $1,457 CAD)

2nd Place - $540 USD (approx $728 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $270 USD each (approx. $364 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $90 USD each (approx. $120 CAD)

9th through 16th Place (tie) - $60 USD (approx. $80 CAD)

 


Women's Tournament

Thursday June 13,2024

4:00pm - 9:30pm

WHERE: BATL Stockyards & Port Lands


REGISTRATION FEE: $85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

TOURNAMENT SIZE: 80

PRIZE POOL:


$2,000 USD (approx $2,700 CAD)

  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
  • IATF Premier ruleset
  • This tournament is open to any thrower who meaningfully identifies as a woman, non-binary person, or other marginalized gender.
  • 4:00 pm registration.
  • 5:00 pm Tournament start, 9:30 pm approx. finish.
  • Final game(s) will take place on Sunday, June 16 at Homecoming.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $2,000 USD (approx $2,700 CAD)

1st Place - $720 USD (approx. $970 CAD)

2nd Place - $360 USD (approx $485 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $160 USD each (approx. $215 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $80 USD each (approx. $108 CAD)

9th through 16th Place (tie) - (approx. $54 CAD)

 


Close But No Cigar Tournament

Friday June 14, 2024

 9:00am - 2:30pm

WHERE: BATL Stockyards & Port Lands

REGISTRATION FEE: $85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

TOURNAMENT SIZE: 80

PRIZE POOL:

$2,000 USD (approx $2,700 CAD)

  • Pool Play Format (Group Stage, then single elim.)
  • This tournament is open to anyone that participated in Round 1 but DID NOT make it into Round 2 of the Wilson Cup.
  • IATF Premier ruleset
  • 9:00 am registration and practice.
  • 10:00 am Tournament start, 2:30 pm approx. finish.
  • The Final game will take place on Saturday morning at Port Lands before the start of Round 2 Day 1. The winner of CBNC will enter Round 2 of the Wilson Cup as the 256th seed.
  • Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $2,000 USD (approx $2,700 CAD)

1st Place - $720 USD (approx. $970 CAD)

2nd Place - $360 USD (approx $485 CAD)

3rd and 4th Place (tie) - $160 USD each (approx. $215 CAD)

5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $80 USD each (approx. $108 CAD)

9th through 16th Place (tie) - (approx. $54 CAD)

 


Global Showdown Qualifiers

Friday June 14, 2024

3:00pm - 10:00pm

WHERE: BATL Port Lands


REGISTRATION FEE: $85 USD (approx. $115 CAD)

 

  •  Qualifying event for the 2024 Global Showdown at Homecoming.
  •  Players will compete in three separate qualifying events: Underhand, Ambidextrous, and Multi-Rotation (1.5 & 2 Spin) for a chance to represent 4 regions: Canada, USA, Europe, and Australia.
    •  Underhand & Ambidextrous Qualifiers will consist of 15 throws.
    •  Multi-Rotation Qualifiers will consist of 7 1.5 Spin throws and 7 2 Spin Throws
  • The top 4 throwers in each skill from each region will compete in a skills event with the winner securing their spot on their region's team.
    •  Underhand – Vertical Around the World
    •  Ambidextrous – Ambidextrous Into the World
    •  Multi-Rotation – Multi-Rotation Black Jack
  • In addition to those 3 spots, 2 spots will be earned by the top overall male and female throwers.
  •  The final spot on each team will be a random draw among all remaining participants from each region.
  •  The 4 teams of 6 will face off Sunday in the Global Showdown for bragging rights of being the top region in the IATF.
  •  All qualifying throws will be scored under the IATF Premier Ruleset
  •  3:00 pm check-in.
  •  4:00 pm tournament start, 10:00pm approx. finish.
  •  Spectators are free. Spectators will be allowed based on venue capacity.
  •  Global Showdown team finals will take place on Sunday at Homecoming.
  •  All participants will receive an exclusive Global Showdown T-Shirt.
  •  This event is co-hosted by The Challenger Series.

Wilson Cup Round 2 - Day 1

Saturday June 15, 2024

9:00am - 3:00pm

WHERE: BATL Pickering / Port Lands / Stockyards / Vaughan

REGISTRATION FEE: $150 USD (approx. $204 CAD) By Invite Only

DIRECTIONS:

  • Double Elimination Format
  • The 256 top global players that advance to Round 2 will receive an email with instructions on how to pay their registration fee and to claim their spot.
  • Round 2 registration includes a ticket to Homecoming on Sunday, June 16 at Pickering.
  • 9:00am registration and practice.
  • 10:00am Tournament start, 3:00pm approx. finish.
  • Spectators for Day 1 will be free and allowed based on the venue's capacity.

Wilson Cup Round 2 - Day 2 FINALS

Sunday June 16, 2024

9:00am - 3:00pm

WHERE: BATL Pickering

REGISTRATION FEE: See above for Round 2 qualifier registration. Spectators, see below for Homecoming tickets.

PRIZE POOL:

$22,500 USD (approx. $30,000 CAD)

  • Double Elimination Format
  • Final 16 players remaining in the Wilson Cup.
  • 9:00am registration.
  • 10:00am tournament start, 3:00pm approx. finish.
  • Spectators are all welcome but must have purchased a Homecoming ticket to attend.

PRIZE POOL BREAKDOWN

TOTAL PRIZE POOL - $22,500 USD (approx $30,000 CAD)

1st Place - $9,000 USD (approx. $12,175 CAD)

2nd Place - $3,350 USD (approx $4,500 CAD)

3rd Place - $2,250 USD (approx. $3,000)

4th Place - $1,400 USD (approx. $1,875 CAD)

5th and 6th Place (tie) - $550 USD each (approx. $740 CAD)

7th, and 8th Place (tie) - $450 USD each (approx. $600 CAD)

9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Place (tie) - $270 USD each (approx. $360 CAD)

13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th Place (tie) - $225 USD each (approx. $300 CAD)

17th through 24th Place (tie) - $180 USD each (approx. $240 CAD)

25th through 32nd (tie) - $135 USD each (approx. $180 CAD)


HOMECOMING

Sunday June 16, 2024

10:00am - late

WHERE: BATL Pickering


TICKETS: $50 USD (approx. $68 CAD)

Homecoming is an all day spectator party held on-site at the Wilson Cup   Finals. Here’s what to look forward to on Sunday:

Official IATF Livestream Schedule

  • 12:00PM - Under 65 Final
  • 12:45PM - Wilson Cup Finals
  • 4:00PM - Women's Final
  • 4:45PM - Doubles Final
  • 5:30PM - Global Versus Showdown

(subject to change)

 

  • Doors will open at 10:00AM.
  • Spectators can start watching the Wilson Cup Finals at 10:00AM live inside
  • Spectators can start watching the Official IATF Livestream inside or outside in one of our viewing tents equipped with large flat-screen TVs so you don’t miss any of the heart pounding action.
  • Last year over 500 spectators attended finals and had a blast. This year’s capacity has been increased to 700 people with the indoor and outdoor space combined.
  • A large outdoor bar serving ice cold cans all day from 10:00AM. The indoor bar will also be open and serving refreshments at 10:00AM.
  • Multiple large tents to provide shade or shelter from the elements.
  • Outdoor games to keep you entertained between matches.
  • No dress code! June in Toronto is typically hot, but can be unpredictable. Check the forecast before you decide your ensemble.
  • Homecoming will be an entirely cashless event.

More details to come!

Questions? Check out our FAQs.

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