Pasted below is a very unique and important opportunity for all athletes,
clubs and volunteers of the Atlantic Division. This seminar is presented
by the National Sport Centre - Atlantic. Please have a look below and
contact the appropriate people for more information. I hope you are all
able to attend. Please forward this information to those within your club.
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Atlantic Division, Canadian Canoe Association
425-5450, ext. 346 (office)
National Sport Centre - Atlantic Canada
Sport Science Seminar
The National Sport Centre Atlantic will be hosting a Canoeing Sport
Science Seminar November 02-04/2001. The weekend will allow National Team
Staff to coordinate with local Sport Science experts to prepare a
comprehensive program of sport science to support National Team athletes
both nationally and here in Nova Scotia.
The weekend provides opportunity for the local canoeing community to
attend both information sessions as well as sessions designed specifically
for the technical advancement of the local canoeing community. Sessions
are designed specifically for athletes, coaches, executives and parents.
Masters participants and coaches, all interested in the advancement of the
sport are welcome to attend.
Please contact Angela Barrett to confirm your attendance at the sessions.
Athlete space is limited for the on water sessions so attendance will be
on a first come first serve basis.
I hope everyone in the division will find something they will enjoy
National Sport Centre Atlantic
Monday October 29 - Friday November 2 Lake Thomas and Lake Banook
National Team coaches training activities with Senior, Junior and
Development team members. Contact Trevor Marshall or Csom for details for
National Development Team Athletes.
Friday, November 2, Sport Nova Scotia second floor classroom.
7:00 p.m.-9:00p.m Towards Sanity
Atlantic Division coaches/ Interested Parents and Division/club executive
meet to discuss what a well rounded developmentally competition and event
schedule would look like. Building a program that encourages both
participation and competition. Bring your ideas! Sign Up with Angela.
Saturday, November 3 Mic Mac AAC
8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Canoe and Kayak: The Basics
National Team Coaches explain the basics of canoe and kayak.
Participants: Atlantic Division Coaches, Masters Coaches, Summer Coaches
interested athletes and parents. Sign Up with Angela
3:00 - 5:00 National Team/Sport Center Programs 2001-2002
Sport Nova Scotia second floor classroom
Overview of National Team/Sport Center Programs 2001-2002
Participants: Atlantic Division coaches/Parents and Athletes
Graham Barton National Team High performance Director, explains the
National Team Program for Excellence, including carding, selection and
development plan for the CCA. Sign Up with Angela.
Sunday, November 4 MicMac
2:00 - 6:00 On Water Athlete Assessment
National Team Canoe/Kayak coaches and the NSC network
Developmental athlete evaluation sessions on the water in Canoe and Kayak.
All sessions at the Mic Mac Club. Athletes should be in a fall program.
Sign up with Angela.
Tamas Buday National Canoe Coach
2:00 Bantam and Women - Canoe Paddlers 12 Athletes
4:00 Juvenile/Midget- Canoe Paddlers 12 Athletes
Laszlo Latorovszki National Women's Team Coach
2:00 Bantam Girls Midget Girls- Kayak Paddlers 12 Athletes
4:00 Juvenile Ladies/Open Ladies-Kayak 12 Athletes
Mark Granger National Men's Kayak Coach
2:00 Bantam Boys Midget Boys - Kayak Paddlers 12 Athletes
4:00 Juvenile Men Juvenile Men- Kayak Paddlers 12 Athletes
7:00 p.m. - 9:00p.m Podium Performance Series # 10 Sport Nova Scotia 2nd
Floor Integrating Sport Science into annual training programs.
Participants: Open to all coaches and interested parties. Join coaches of
all Sports for #10 in our ongoing coaching education program offered
through the National Sport Center Atlantic.
Sign up with Marion Winsor
425-0942 or Winsormj@gov.ns.ca,
Further information is available through Tony Hall at email@example.com
or by phone at 449-1368 Contact Angela Barrett at 425-5450-(ext 346) or at