UniFight Canada


UniFight Survival Camp carries the goal to strengthen family bonds, physical development of children and strengthening friendship between families.


  1. UniFight Staff:
    • Sergei Sergeew – UniFight competitions, logistics, on-site amenities.
    • Sasha G. – Survival sessions, safety and conflict resolution, information services, design and graphics, website, and ticket sales.
    • Igor Illin – Video and Audio
    • Polina Sergeew – UniFight competitions event coordination.
  2. The staff sets the limit for participants, which may vary depending on the event and experience during the past event(s).
  3. One may be considered to be a participant of the UniFight event if:
    1. All participation fees are paid;
    2. Agreed with UniFight Survival Camp rules;
    3. Signed waiver and liability form(s);
    4. Received a participant kit.
  4. All children must have at least 1 of their parents accompanying them.
  5. All parents are required:
    • bring food enough to sustain their family for 2 days, including food for the potluck;
    • observe their children at all times;
    • occasionally volunteer to help with preparation for competitions, prepare food for a potluck, or some other simple tasks that do not require much time or effort.


Fees for each event may change depending on the format, the number of participants, experience from past events, or any significant upgrade of the camp infrastructure.


  1. UniFight is a family event. It is strongly recommended for children to attend with their parents.
  2. Certain survival tasks will require children and adults to go through thick vegetation. All participants must wear long comfortable pants and proper footwear.
  3. Primary language used at UniFight is Russian. English may be used when someone participates in conversation and does not understand Russian language.
  4. Children that are not in bed at 10:00 pm must be with their parents.
  5. After 10:00 PM noise level should be kept to minimum.
  6. We insist that all participants must:
    • pickup their own garbage;
    • clean up their own mess;
    • not throw food outside of designated garbage bins/bags;
    • not go to the washroom outside of designated facilities;
    • not smoke in front of children;
    • not drink alcoholic beverages in front of children and before all children go to bed;
    • not use filthy language.
  7. All equipment used for survival and competitive sports must be safely stored away from children if not in use for competitions. Such equipment may include:
    • Tools – saws, knives, axes, etc.
    • Weapons – air guns, sling shots, bows, etc.
  8. Parents are responsible for their own children at all time and must not leave children without supervision;
  9. All safety concerns must be reported to staff immediately so they can be addressed as soon as possible.


Most survival sessions will require help of either parents or friends. We encourage parents to take this opportunity and spend quality time with the child. Such moments will remain in their memory forever. This will be the story they’ll tell to their friends at school and you will be part of that story as a good farther or mother.



  1. Good and comfortable footwear that has no holes. (Preferably waterproof)
    • Running shoes, hiking boots, etc.
  2. Long and comfortable pants
  3. Rain gear
    • Poncho or rain coat
    • Garbage bag can also be used with cut holes for head and hands
  4. Water
    • Enough water to stay hydrated during hot weather
  5. Parachute Cord (ParaCord)
    • used to construct shelter, traps, tie things together, catch fish, etc.
  6. Sleeping Bag and Mat (Optional)
    • This is required in if child decides to spend night inside of improvised shelter that we construct as one of the survival tasks
  7. Backpack to carry above items


At least one parent needs to accompany his/her child(ren) under 12 years of age to help them with tasks that involve usage of the below items. All listed items must be carried by parents and used to help with survival objectives.

  1. Knife
    • used to start fire, construct shelter, cut ropes, etc.
  2. Small Axe and/or compact saw
    • used to cut small trees or sharpening pegs.
  3. Multi tool
    • may replace some of the above tools.
  4. Water
    • Enough water to stay hydrated during hot weather.
  5. Backpack to carry above items


UniFight Competitions are based around competitive sports. Children compete with their peers to win points for their team. We encourage parents to cheer for the team their child is in to motivate and support them through the various challenges they are to overcome.


  1. UniFight is a team based tournament. All participants receive awards according to the place their team took in won.
  2. All participants are split into teams according to the their heigh/weight/age to ensure relatively fair balance.
  3. Each team pics a leader and receives flag/t-shirt/logo that will represent it.
  4. Day 1 – Training
    • Kids will be familiarized with all the disciplines that they will compete in;
    • Teams will have full day to practice and prepare for UniFight competitions.
  5. Day 2 – Tournament
    • Participants will compete against their peers from opposing team and win points for their team.
  6. Participants will be completing all challenges in a single run:
    1. Speed and Distance – Obstacle course
    2. Target Shooting – Knife or Airgun
    3. UniFight Wrestling – (Level 1) Very safe type of wrestling where opponents have to touch each other’s knee to earn points.
    4. Other disciplines depending on master classes given on Day 1.
  7. Award Ceremony
    Winning team will be determined once everyone completes above contests and all points are recorded for teams.


  1. Children must wear comfortable sports outfit appropriate for the weather conditions during the event.
  2. During sports competitions, participants must not have any objects in the pockets or on them that may cause injury to them or their peers.
    Among such objects are jewellery, watches, pocket knives, stones, bracelets, etc.
  3. During completions that involve air guns, slingshots and bows, we require everyone to keep a safe distance from the active competitors.
    • It is strongly recommended to bring your own safety goggles for such competitions.
    • Active participants must always point above equipment in safe direction appointed by the staff when equipment is in use. Usually, it’s the direction where targets are located.
    • Nobody is permitted to shoot targets at any time unless supervised by the staff.
    • Participants must never aim at other people, animals, or shoot in the direction where they cannot see projectile landing safely.

Even though we try to make sports as safe as possible, there is still room for falls, scratches, and bruises. Staff will have first aid kits to treat such injuries; however, parents are strongly advised to bring their own first aid kits and have them handy.

As we strive to make the event better, rules may be adjusted based on participant feedback or requirements of the event. Make sure to check this page prior to the event for any updates.