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BY-LAW 40: PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES (Cont.)

institution is responsible for promptly notifying the PRHSAA Executive Committee.

  5. Amateur Status

     An individual loses amateur status and thus shall not be eligible for competition if the individual:

        (a) Uses his or her athletics skill (directly or indirectly) for pay in any form;

        (b) Accepts a promise of pay even if such pay is to be received following completion of high school athletic participation;

        (c) Signs a contract or commitment of any kind to play professional athletics, regardless of its legal enforceability or any consideration received;

        (d) Receives, directly or indirectly, a salary, reimbursement of expenses or any other form of financial assistance from a professional sports organization based on athletic skill or participation, except as permitted by PRHSAA rules and regulations;

        (e) Competes on any professional athletic team per Bylaw II 3 even if no pay or remuneration for expenses was received;

        (f) Enters into a professional draft;
       (g) Enters into any agreement with an agent.

  6. Exception for Training Expenses.

      An individual ( student-athlete) may receive actual and necessary expenses [including grants but not prize money, whereby the recipient has qualified for the grant based on his or her performance in a specific event(s)] to cover developmental training, coaching, facility usage, equipment, apparel, supplies, comprehensive health insurance, travel, room and board without jeopardizing the individual’s eligibility for high school athletics, provided such expenses are approved and provided directly by a National Olympic Committee, or a International Sport Federation, recognized as such, by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

  7. Competition against Professionals.

     A student-athlete may participate individually or as a member of an amateur team against professional athletes or professional teams, without jeopardizing his/her amateur eligibility.

  8. Competition with Professionals

     An individual shall not be eligible for any PRHSAA athletic competition, in a specific sport, if the individual has ever competed on a professional team, in that sport (per Bylaw II 3)

  9. Professional Coach or Referee.

     Participation on a team that includes a professional coach or referee does not cause the team to be classified as a professional team.

 10. ExceptionOlympic/National Teams.

      It is permissible for an individual (student-athletes) to participate on Olympic or national teams that are competing for prize money or are being compensated by the governing body to participate in a specific event, provided the student-athlete does not accept prize money or any other compensation (other than actual and necessary expenses).

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