Hey Motocross Enthusiasts
Remember my Facebook post from Tuesday evening??
I have been working on a challenge for all you motocross fanatics that might be at home during this time, or your kids at home that are running out of things to do or focus on. Maybe you are trying to do something educational but feel it needs a bit more passion?
I know this is a hard time for a lot of us, and I along with others across our great country have come together to see if we can help fill some of your time with something positive, fun, and slightly educational to challenge YOU with.
The challenge will be divided into three age groups, and to be submitted to your respective area, or region. Your region submissions will be graded using a rubric that will be provided to both you, your child or family member as well the amazing people taking in the submissions. The goal of the regions is to then choose the top submission from each of the age categories to submit to a national panel to then pick winners nationally.
This challenge will be at least one topic that will be discussed on the new weekly talk show called InsideX which was announced by Jetwerx earlier this week. The first episode will drop on April 8th at 8:00 PM EST, live on MavTV Canada / TwoWheel Tv app, and will continue each week on Wednesday.
The deadline for submissions into your perspective regions will be Monday, April 20th. We will allow 1 full week to then go through all submissions with the top submissions from each of the age categories to be submitted for the national panel. We will then allow at least a week to give to the panel grade and decide the national winners. We would set a tentative date of Wednesday, April 29th to announce the winners on InsideX
Prizing nationally will be announced before to April 20th
Thank you for participating, and I cannot wait to see the passion shine through your submissions. Much Love in Racing and Sport!
Regional Submissions: See Page 2
~ Please note if you do not see your region confirmed or listed, please submit to Murphmx@sasktel.netas the default submission. ~
BC Mainland – Reid1707@hotmail.com
Vancouver Island – TDB (use default until confirmed)
Alberta AMSA – TDB (use default until confirmed)
Alberta ADRA – email@example.com
Saskatchewan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Manitoba – Jillfpc@hotmail.com
Ontario – email@example.com
Quebec – TDB (use default until confirmed)
Atlantic – Atlanticmx@gmail.com
Passion for Motocross Challenge
Ages 8 and under
Create a poster by drawing illustrations that best describes what motocross means to you and one positive thing you hope/dream for motocross in the future. Your poster must include two expressions of what motocross means to you personally (positive impacts on you as an athlete, skills you have learned, how you have grown a person, etc.). You must also include at least one positive thing you hope/dream for motocross in the future.
Your poster must include both drawn illustrations and words/phrases/slogans.
Ages 9 – 16 My Passion for Motocross Ages 17 and up
In two well-written paragraphs, describe your passion for motocross and what motocross in your Province and Canada means to you personally. In the first paragraph, describe your passion for motocross in your province and the second paragraph, describe what motocross in Canada or national motocross means to you. Your descriptions might include some positive impacts on you as an athlete or sportsperson, skills you have learned, positive ways you have grown as a person, etc. Provide some details or explanations about how your involvement in motocross specifically impacted you.
(Ex. Setting up and staying committed to a practice routine at the track that helped me learn to be disciplined and that sacrifices sometimes need to be made)
In the third paragraph, describe at least one positive thing you envision for the future success of the sport. In the fourth paragraph fully describe at least one thing you could do to help grow the sport of motocross.
(Ex. Introducing the sport to someone new and how)
How it’s scored:
|MY PASSION FOR MOTOCROSS|
|DRAWING (AGES 8 AND UNDER)|
|CRITERIA SCORE||0 – 1||2||3||4||5|
|Two Expressions of your passions for motocross – what the sports means to you||Minimal or no description of one expression of passion for motocross in the respective province||Minimal or limited description of one expression of passion for motocross in the respective province||Adequate description of two expressions of your passion for motocross in the respective province||Clear and full description of two expressions of your passion for motocross in the respective province||Exeptional detailed and full descriptions of two expressions of your passion for motocross in the respective province|
|One positive dream/hope for the future of motocross||Non-existant or very limited description of dream/hope||Limited description of dream/hope||Adequate descirption of dream/hope||Detailed description of dream/hope||Exceptional detailed and full description of dream/hope|
|#################################################||Message is communicated / illustrated with minimal or no creativity and originality||Message is communicated / illustrated with limited creativity and originality||Message is communicated / illustrated with moderate/adequate creativity and originality||Message is communicated / illustrated with considerable creativity and originality||Message is communicated / illustrated with outstanding/exceptional creativity and originality|
|Presentiation of ideas in both drawn illustrations and words/phrases/slogans||Used only drawn illustration or words to express passion. Poor phrasing and spelling mistakes||Used limited number of drawn illustrations and words to express passion. Decent phrasing and spelling||Used moderate number of drawn illustration and words to express passion. Proper phrasing and spelling correct||Used considerable number of both drawn illustrations and words to express passion. Excellent phrasing and correct spelling||Used combination of multiple drawn illustration and words to express passion. Outstanding phrasing and correct spelling|