The tournament puck is the SIMS underwater hockey puck. 


The doping control at the World Championships will be done via the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports (CCES).  CCES is the internationally renowned centre for any sport doping control activity in Canada. 

Playing Caps 
And Swimsuits

Design for caps and swimsuits must be submitted to the CMAS Tournament Director for
approval before 1st April 2018: .

Please use Cap and Swimsuit Approval Request in your email request subject line.

Coaches caps – Fluorescent Green with COACH printed on the cap is acceptable

New rule 11.2.1 All players of a team must wear swimsuits of the same design as to colour and pattern (1 or 2 piece suit and/or rash vest and/or shirt), which may have an imprint of their flag or country. Each team must have two sets of identical swimsuits, one light in colour (when the team is using white sticks) and one dark in colour (when the team is using black sticks), and both sets need approval prior to arrival at the competition.

Light Colours: White, Yellow, Light Blue, Light Grey, Light Orange.
Dark Colours: Black, Blue, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, Grey, Brown, Green, Red, Dark Orange Cap Numbers: Limited to numbers between 1 and 15 inclusive.

To clarify this means a members of a team may wear a mix either 1 or 2 piece swimsuits during a game as long as they are of the same colour and pattern and have been approved by the Tournament Director.


All teams will get organised training time as provided in the time schedule. Cost for these is
included in the tournament fee. With 50 teams allocated practice will be 30mins.

Teams wishing to get additional training time before the competition can do so starting on
Monday July 16th. Cost is CAD$150 per hour per court. Teams should communicate with to make reservations. Reservations must be made prior to June 1st 2018.