Air quality can impact players’ ability to play a cardio-heavy sport like soccer safely. Due to the possibility of mountain forest fires and poor ozone level days in Colorado CRYSC coaches should follow the following procedures based on conditions.
The Club will use purpleair.com to monitor daily air quality.
- Should levels rise to 150 or higher for an extended period of time, practices and games may be shortened
- Should levels rise to 200 or higher for an extended period of time, practices and games will be cancelled
Certain populations’ sensitivities to this type of air quality can vary and we encourage those who do not feel comfortable to communicate with their coach if they are not comfortable with their player attending outdoor sessions/games during poor air quality without fear of any repercussions.