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Why Kids Quit Sports!

Preparing for the 2015 season; remember why kids quit sports!

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Apogee Sports and CKC launch clothing sponsorship

Apogee Sports and CanoeKayak Canada launch clothing sponsorship

OTTAWA – CanoeKayak Canada’s sprint and slalom National Teams will take on a striking new look this year. CanoeKayak Canada is teaming up with Apogee Sports of Québec City to outfit its sprint and slalom athletes for international competition.

Apogee will proudly produce all performance apparel for the team in Canada at its factory in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, just outside of Québec City.

“We are thrilled to have Apogee on board as a partner to help us present an impressive team to the world,” said Casey Wade, CEO of CanoeKayak Canada. “I know how proud our athletes are to compete with the maple leaf on their racing gear and the made-in-Canada tag will be one more reminder of the fact that homegrown Canadian talent is world-class.”

Apogee is by no means new to the game of designing and manufacturing performance gear for elite athletes. The company also produces racing apparel for Speed Skating Canada and Biathlon Canada to target top results in sports where clothing choice matters.

“The new clothing is about more than a fresh new look,” explains Apogee’s President Stéphane Roy. “Our textile designers are working with the team to make performance wear that will actually give the team a leading advantage. In a sport when every fraction of a second counts, we’re doing everything we can to optimize aspects of wind resistance, flexibility and comfort to help our athletes get that edge to land on the podium.”

Apogee has already piloted gear for CanoeKayak Canada’s men’s kayak 200 metre team in the 2014 season. New prototypes are currently in development and the new clothing will be rolled out in the lead up to competition season. Apogee will produce both performance apparel and casual wear for CanoeKayak Canada. The clothing will also be made available for purchase online and at CanoeKayak events. Some casual wear may be produced overseas while the performance wear for the Canadian team will be exclusively produced in Canada.

CanoeKayak Canada is the national governing body for competitive paddling in Canada. The organization’s vision is to be a Canadian sport for families, communities and champions. From supporting clubs to developing a competitive National Team, CanoeKayak Canada works to grow a sport which is a rich part of Canada’s heritage.

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For more information:

Ian Miller

Communications and Marketing Officer, CanoeKayak Canada

613.314.1352

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Dave Robertson to coach NextGen Québec program

Dave Robertson to coach NextGen Québec program

OTTAWA – CanoeKayak Canada is pleased to announce the hiring of Dave Robertson as the coach of its NextGen Québec program. He will play an integral role in preparing the next generation of targeted athletes to convert their podium potential into medal performances at the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games.

Robertson has extensive experience working with athletes at the club, provincial and National Team level. He started his coaching career at his home club of Wascana in Regina, SK and later went on to coach at Lake Lanier in Georgia, USA. Upon returning to Canada he coached the Men’s Kayak Development team. He is a graduate of the Accelerated Coach Education program and his most recent position was as National Team Coach of the Senior Men’s Kayak 1000m group.

“We’re excited to have Dave back on our team,” said Scott Logan, CanoeKayak Canada’s High Performance Director. “He will play a significant role in working with individual athletes – and supporting coaches and partners – to take our talent pool in Québec to the elite international level. Dave is a real collaborator and I know this skill will be appreciated in Québec where working together with club coaches will be critical to the program’s success."

The NextGen Québec program is supported by strong partnerships between CanoeKayak Canada, Own the Podium, Institut National du Sport du Québec and CanoeKayak Québec. The program launched in Québec last September when ten athletes were named to the NextGen training group. These athletes have access to dedicated coaching, sport science and medicine and a pathway to future Olympic teams.

"I’m excited to work closely with the NextGen program athletes and coaches, INS, CKQ, and Québec clubs,” said Robertson. “I want to ensure that targeted athletes receive enhanced support and opportunities to accelerate their development to become top-level world-class paddlers."

Roberston will start his new post this spring in Florida and will relocate to work out of the National Team Training Centre in Montréal.

Mathieu Pelletier and Luc Grenier to support NextGen Québec program

Mathieu Pelletier and Luc Grenier have been hired to play a critical role in supporting the NextGen Québec program as Associate National Team Coaches. Pelletier has coached at the Trois-Rivières Canoe-Kayak Club since 2000 where he has taken the club to great heights and produced multiple National Team athletes. Luc Grenier has coached at Lac Beauport since 2011 and has proven his ability to develop elite Junior and Under 23 athletes.

Both Pelletier and Grenier will continue in their current club roles at Trois-Rivières and Lac Beauport where they will support the NextGen program athletes located in their area of Québec. The program is keenly intertwined with the club system to enable upcoming athletes to make the transition from the club level to the National Team training environment.

CanoeKayak Canada is the national governing body for competitive paddling in Canada. The organization’s vision is to be a Canadian sport for families, communities and champions. From supporting clubs to developing a competitive National Team, CanoeKayak Canada works to grow a sport which is a rich part of Canada’s heritage.

The Institut National du Sport du Québec provides high performance athletes and coaches in Québec with world-class support and integrated sport science and medicine services. CanoeKayak Québec supports the development of athletes, coaches and the sport in Québec.

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For more information:

Ian Miller

Communications and Marketing Officer, CanoeKayak Canada

613.314.1352

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Dates confirmed for the Cowichan River Youth Kayak Festival (CRYK) 2015

Youth interested in participating in the 3rd Annual Cowichan River Youth Kayak Festival (CYRK) should be marking their calendars for April 17th – 19th weekend. This is a great opportunity for youth interested in trying out for the 2016 BC Summer Games to gain some skills and confidence in Whitewater paddling. Start out in the pool; finish on the river. Watch the website for details as they unfold.


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Special Olympics BC Winter Games in Urgent Need of Volunteers

Any of our Kamloops members available to help out?

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2015 Special Olympics BC Winter Games – Volunteers Urgently Needed

The 2015 Special Olympics BC Winter Games will be hosted in Kamloops on February 19 to 21.

The Games will see 600 Special Olympics athletes from all over the province and the Yukon compete with determination and pride in Canada’s Tournament Capital in the seven SOBC winter sports: alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, floor hockey, snowshoeing, and speed skating.

It’s impossible to see Special Olympics Games and not be inspired by the determined athletes, by their sportsmanship and love of their sports, and by the dedicated coaches and volunteers who give them so much support and confidence.

More than 1,000 volunteers will be needed to make this life-changing event a reality. Get involved and be inspired!

Find out more at www.sobcgameskamloops.ca.

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A New Canadian Sport and Funding Partnership is Formed

COC, CPC and the CSIN unveil a new $3 million high performance sport and funding partnership, and rebrand as the "Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network"

VANCOUVER (Jan. 7, 2015) – The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) and the Canadian Sport Institute Network (CSIN) today announced a substantial partnership and high performance sport funding agreement.

The new multi-year, $3 million direct investment will be provided by the COC and the Canadian Olympic Foundation (COF), along with additional funds from the CPC, to the CSIN in order to assist in its mandate of delivering world-class, multi-sport daily training environments through enhancements being introduced in sports science, medicine and research and innovation.

Building on the significant support provided by the Government of Canada and various provincial governments to the CSIs, this new partnership will keep Team Canada and athletes at the forefront of training, preparation and innovation.

In an effort to improve awareness of the critical role that the CSIN plays in preparing Canadian athletes, coaches and Integrated Support Team members for participation in the Olympic and Paralympic Games and Pan/Parapan American Games, the COC and CPC will extend the use of designated Olympic and Paralympic marks to the CSIN to be called the "Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network." This brand alignment will allow CSIN members to demonstrate their key contribution to the preparation of Olympic and Paralympic athletes toward podium performances.

The aim of this new partnership is to strengthen and align Canada’s high performance sport system through a shared vision, areas of collaboration and new funding. The agreement includes: Canadian Sport Institute Pacific; Canadian Sport Institute Calgary; Canadian Sport Institute Ontario; Institut national du sport du Québec; Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan; Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba; and Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic.

This partnership initiative is anchored on the recognition that the CSIN holds the expertise in providing high performance services and programs to athletes, coaches and IST members. The new funding will be used to purchase new cutting edge equipment, hire new staff and supplement current practices in the areas of physical training, performance services enhancement and partnership servicing.

The CSIN is a key contributor to Canada’s world leading Olympic and Paralympic podium performances. This new agreement will last from 2014-2016.

QUOTES

"In order to compete with the best in the world, Canada’s athletes must continue to be adequately supported and provided the right environment to train and prepare for international competition. This exciting partnership and new funding will go a long way in ensuring world-class facilities and cutting edge equipment is available to Olympic, Paralympic and national team athletes across our country."

Marcel Aubut, President, Canadian Olympic Committee

"The Canadian Sport Institutes offer world-leading high-performance environments for athletic and coaching excellence and we know this new investment will further enhance Canada’s podium potential. We’re looking forward to working with all partners towards advancing opportunities and awareness for Canada’s top athletes and coaches as they prepare to compete at the highest level."

Karen O’Neill, CEO, Canadian Paralympic Committee

"We believe that the formation of the Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network demonstrates our collective desire to work together to provide a world class multi-sport daily training environment for athletes and coaches through expert leadership, services and programs. The combination of top athletes and coaches from across all sports, full time performance services experts and high performance facilities provides the conditions for future podium performances by Canada’s athletes."

Ken Bagnell, Liaison, Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network

"An Olympic or Paralympic champion can be developed in every corner of this country if they have easy access to the proper tools and resources to support their pursuit of excellence. This investment and alignment builds on the solid foundation of funds established by the Government of Canada that will play another key role in helping to support more podium potential athletes from coast-to-coast-to-coast."

Anne Merklinger, CEO, Own The Podium

"The Canadian Sport Centres are making a profound difference in the lives of Canadian athletes and coaches. Our Government is proud to have supported our nationwide network of Sport Centres from the very beginning, with $16 million in support this year alone. We commend the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee on their announcement of increased investment today. By working together to support this network, more athletes will have access to the invaluable programs and services it delivers, enabling them to perform to their potential."

Hon. Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport)

"This announcement is great news for high performance athletes and hopefuls across Canada. Congratulations to all of those involved for this valuable contribution to our nation’s sport development system."

Hon. Coralee Oakes, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development

"As someone who has represented Canada at sports’ highest international level, I can attest to the importance of high-performance training and coaching. This additional support is welcomed by current athletes and coaches and will help our country prepare future generations of Olympians and Paralympians."

Michelle Stilwell, MLA Parksville-Qualicum and three time Paralympic champion

"This is tremendous news for high-preforming amateur athletes across Canada. Before an athlete can win a medal, before they can qualify for international competition, before all of that, they have to log thousands of training hours. Being able to train with the best athletes in the country at the best facilities will give our national teams a distinct advantage for future competitions."

Christine Girard, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medallist, weightlifting

"This partnership will ensure that generations of Canadian athletes can reach their ultimate potential and achieve their dreams on the international stage. This strengthened national approach to training will ultimately improve individual and team performances, resulting in more championships and medals. I look forward to being a part of the results this initiative generates."

John Moonlight, National Athlete, Rugby Canada

"A winning performance requires countless hours of hard work, continued guidance from my coaching staff and a world-class daily training environment. I’m fortunate to be inspired by world-class Olympians and Paralympians on an ongoing basis and receive the services needed to be the best in my sport. This motivates me to keep raising the bar of excellence."

Josh Vander Vies, London 2012 Paralympic Games bronze medallist, boccia

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For more information, please contact:

Canadian Olympic Committee:

Cherry Ye, Coordinator, Communications

Tel: 416-324-4123 / Cell: 416-427-4341

Email: cye

Yvon Long, Senior Manager, Media Relations
Tel: 514-861-5180 / Cell: 514-206-6720
Email: ylong

Canadian Paralympic Committee:

Martin Richard, Executive Director, Communications and Marketing

Cell: 613-725-4339

Email: mrichard

Alison Korn, Sr. Manager, Media Relations & Communications

Tel: 613-569-4333 Ext. 243 / Cell: 613-298-4927

Email: akorn

Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network:

Ken Bagnell, Liaison, Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network

Tel: 902-456-4832

Email: ken

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Formation d’un nouveau partenariat sportif et financier au Canada

Le COC, le CPC et le réseau des CICS dévoilent un nouveau partenariat sportif et financier de 3 M$ pour le sport de haute performance, qui portera le nom de Réseau des instituts du sport olympique et paralympique du Canada

VANCOUVER (7 janvier 2015) – Le Comité olympique canadien (COC), le Comité paralympique canadien (CPC) et les centres et instituts canadiens du sport (CICS) ont annoncé mercredi l’établissement d’un important partenariat et d’une entente financière majeure pour le sport de haute performance.

Le COC octroiera directement ce nouveau financement pluriannuel de 3 millions de dollars aux CICS par l’entremise de la Fondation olympique canadienne (la Fondation), de même que des fonds supplémentaires provenant du CPC, afin de soutenir le réseau dans la réalisation de son mandat qui consiste à offrir des milieux d’entraînement quotidien multisport de calibre mondial, et ce, grâce à des améliorations apportées à la science du sport, la médecine sportive, la recherche et l’innovation dans le domaine du sport.

Misant sur le soutien indispensable apporté par le gouvernement du Canada et les différents gouvernements provinciaux aux CICS, ce nouveau partenariat permettra à Équipe Canada de demeurer à la fine pointe de l’entraînement, de la préparation et de l’innovation.

Dans un souci de mieux sensibiliser les gens au rôle crucial que jouent les CICS dans la préparation des athlètes, des entraîneurs et des membres des équipes des services intégrés (ESI) du Canada en vue des Jeux olympiques et paralympiques, et des Jeux panaméricains et parapanaméricains, le COC et le CPC permettront aux membres du réseau d’utiliser une marque olympique et paralympique harmonisée, soit la marque du Réseau des instituts du sport olympique et paralympique du Canada (RISOP). Les membres du réseau pourront ainsi démontrer leur apport crucial à la préparation des athlètes olympiques et paralympiques dans leur parcours vers le podium.

Ce nouveau partenariat vise à renforcer et à harmoniser le système sportif de haute performance du Canada grâce à une vision commune, des domaines de collaboration et un nouveau financement. Cette entente englobe l’Institut canadien du sport – Pacifique; l’Institut canadien du sport – Calgary; l’Institut canadien du sport – Ontario; l’Institut national du sport du Québec; le Centre canadien du sport – Saskatchewan; le Centre canadien du sport – Manitoba; et le Centre canadien multisport – Atlantique.

Cette initiative repose sur la reconnaissance de l’expertise que détiennent les CICS dans la prestation de services et de programmes de haut niveau aux athlètes, aux entraîneurs et aux membres des ESI. Les nouveaux fonds seront utilisés pour l’achat d’équipement de pointe, l’embauche de personnel et l’amélioration des pratiques au chapitre de l’entraînement physique, ainsi que de l’amélioration des services de performance et des services aux partenaires.

Les CICS jouent un rôle clé dans les performances dignes du podium réalisées par le Canada aux Jeux olympiques et aux Jeux paralympiques. Cette nouvelle entente sera en vigueur de 2014 à 2016.

CITATIONS

« Pour pouvoir se mesurer aux meilleurs athlètes du monde, les athlètes du Canada doivent continuer de bénéficier d’un soutien et d’un environnement adéquats afin de s’entraîner et de se préparer pour les compétitions internationales. Ce partenariat emballant et ce nouveau financement mettront à la disposition des athlètes olympiques et paralympiques, ainsi qu’aux athlètes des équipes nationales partout au pays, des installations de classe mondiale et un équipement d’avant-garde. »

Marcel Aubut, président, Comité olympique canadien

« Les centres et instituts canadiens du sport offrent des environnements de haute performance de premier plan qui favorisent l’excellence sportive aussi bien qu’en entraînement. Nous sommes sûrs que ce nouvel investissement renforcera le potentiel de podium du Canada. Nous sommes impatients de travailler avec tous les partenaires pour créer de nouvelles possibilités pour les meilleurs athlètes et entraîneurs du Canada et faire valoir leurs intérêts tandis qu’ils se préparent à concourir au plus haut niveau. »

Karen O’Neill, directrice générale, Comité paralympique canadien

« Nous croyons que la création du Réseau des instituts du sport olympique et paralympique témoigne de notre désir commun de travailler ensemble en vue de fournir des milieux d’entraînement de calibre mondial à nos athlètes et entraîneurs, et ce, grâce à un leadership, des services et des programmes tout à fait spécialisés. Avec les meilleurs athlètes et entraîneurs de tous les sports, des experts en services de performance travaillant à temps plein et des installations de haute performance, nous avons les conditions idéales qui permettront aux athlètes canadiens de réaliser des performances dignes du podium. »

Ken Bagnell, agent de liaison, Réseau des instituts du sport olympique et paralympique du Canada

« Un champion olympique ou paralympique peut se développer dans chaque coin de ce pays si les athlètes ont facilement accès aux ressources et outils adéquats pour les soutenir dans leur poursuite de l’excellence. Cet investissement et cette harmonisation misent sur les bases solides établies par le gouvernement du Canada en matière de financement et joueront un rôle décisif en permettant d’appuyer davantage d’athlètes ayant le potentiel de monter sur le podium, et ce, d’un océan à l’autre. »

Anne Merklinger, directrice générale, À nous le podium

« Les centres canadiens du sport améliorent grandement la vie de nos athlètes et de nos entraîneurs. Notre gouvernement est fier de soutenir le réseau des centres canadiens du sport depuis leur création, grâce notamment à un appui de 16 millions de dollars uniquement cette année. Nous félicitons le Comité olympique canadien et le Comité paralympique canadien de cette annonce qui confirme une hausse de leurs investissements. C’est en travaillant ensemble afin d’appuyer ce réseau qu’un plus grand nombre d’athlètes pourront avoir accès à ses précieux programmes et services et ainsi être en mesure de donner leur plein rendement. »

L’honorable Bal Gosal, ministre d’État (Sports)

« Cette annonce est une excellente nouvelle pour les athlètes de haute performance et la relève partout au Canada. Je tiens à féliciter toutes les personnes engagées dans cette précieuse contribution au système de développement du sport dans notre pays. »

L’honorable Coralee Oakes, ministre de la Communauté, du Sport et du Développement culturel (Colombie-Britannique)

« En tant qu’ancienne athlète ayant représenté le Canada sur la plus haute scène sportive internationale, je peux confirmer l’importance de l’entraînement de haute performance et de la supervision par un entraîneur spécialisé. Ce soutien supplémentaire est chaudement accueilli par les athlètes et entraîneurs actuels et aidera notre pays à préparer les prochaines générations d’olympiens et de paralympiens. »

Michelle Stilwell, députée provinciale de Parksville-Qualicum (C.-B.) et triple championne paralympique

« C’est une nouvelle fantastique pour les athlètes amateurs de haut niveau d’un bout à l’autre du Canada. Avant qu’un athlète ne soit en mesure de gagner une médaille et avant qu’il ne se qualifie pour des compétitions internationales, il doit cumuler des milliers d’heures d’entraînement. La possibilité de s’entraîner aux côtés des meilleurs athlètes et dans les meilleures installations du pays donnera à nos équipes nationales un avantage certain lors des compétitions futures. »

Christine Girard, médaillée de bronze olympique de Londres 2012, haltérophilie

« Ce partenariat permettra à des générations d’athlètes canadiens d’exploiter pleinement leur potentiel et de réaliser leurs rêves sur la scène internationale. Cette approche nationale améliorée en matière d’entraînement contribuera à de meilleures performances tant sur le plan individuel qu’en équipe, ce qui débouchera sur un plus grand nombre de championnats et de médailles. Je suis impatient de faire partie des résultats que générera cette nouvelle initiative. »

John Moonlight, athlète de l’équipe nationale, Rugby Canada

« Pour réaliser une performance gagnante, il faut d’innombrables heures de travail acharné, une orientation soutenue de mon équipe d’entraînement et un milieu d’entraînement de calibre mondial. Je me considère chanceux d’être continuellement inspiré par des olympiens et des paralympiens de classe mondiale et de recevoir les services dont j’ai besoin pour être le meilleur dans mon sport. Cela me pousse à élever sans cesse la barre de l’excellence. »

Josh Vander Vies, médaillé de bronze paralympique de Londres 2012, boccia

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Pour plus d’information :

Comité olympique canadien

Cherry Ye, coordonnatrice, Communications

Tél. : 416-324-4123 / Cell. : 416-427-4341

Courriel : cye

Yvon Long, gestionnaire principal, Relations avec les médias
Tél. : 514-861-5180 / Cell. : 514-206-6720
Courriel : ylong

Comité paralympique canadien

Martin Richard, directeur exécutif, Communications et Marketing

Cell. : 613-725-4339

Courriel : mrichard

Alison Korn, gestionnaire principale, Relations avec les médias et Communications

Tél. : 613-569-4333, poste 243 / Cell. : 613-298-4927

Courriel : akorn

Réseau des instituts du sport olympique et paralympique du Canada

Ken Bagnell, agent de liaison, Réseau des instituts de sport olympique et paralympique du Canada

Tél. : 902-456-4832
Courriel : ken

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