PacificSport Fraser Valley is pleased to welcome Wes Hammer to our staff.Wes Hammer, High Performance Program Development Lead Wes’ extensive sport background in sprint canoe kayak fueled his passion to obtain a BSc Kinesiology (Dalhousie University) and pursue his new position with PacificSport Fraser Valley. In his role as the High Performance Program Development Lead, Wes will leverage his athlete and coach experience to work with the Fraser Valley sport community to develop new programs and services. His first focus will be building our network of Athlete Friendly Practitioners, with the ultimate goal of beginning the SportHealth program in the Fraser Valley so athletes using CAIP insurance can access select practitioners at no additional cost. Highlights of Wes’s kayak career include competing at Canoe Kayak Jr. Worlds (2005) and the Pan American Games (2007). Wes, a true Sport-for-Life advocate, continues to compete in a variety of water sports including surfski, standup, outrigger, and sprint kayaking. When not competing, Wes enjoys going on road trips, hiking and working on his classic car. We believe that you will enjoy working with Wes as much as we do! He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sherry SHERRY HUNT | SPORT PERFORMANCE COORDINATOR PACIFICSPORT FRASER VALLEY
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