Thank you for sharing that information and I wish them all the best. I don't disagree with many of your sentiments. We started the season wanting to financially support our program, which we love and want to remain in business moving forward. We also feel very comfortable with the protocols they have in place. After what happened with Worlds and Summit last year I really expected Varsity to be much more nimble and am constantly surprised with how reactive they are. I might not come across as someone who worked in business for two decades with a husband in finance but I am and really DO appreciate contractual issues. But I don't see how the events that go on aren't possibly losing money at this point: limited attendance, lower admission, no hanging around buying food or beverage, extra staff on site needed for cleaning, etc. A two day comp for example that contractually couldn't cancel without government intervention could possibly become two smaller one day comps, etc. and might allow more spectators but I don't see those type of switches being made. General question: if usasf/varsity checks whether athletes are registered/eligible/age appropriate to compete in general, do you think there is any role for Varsity to ask programs to complete a Covid disclosure as to whether they are eligible to travel or compete in this competition? Hold programs accountable for breaking state laws? or not there role at all. They are a business but also a governing body so IDK.