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National concussion guidelines announced for high performance sport in Canada

Post courtesy Team Canada PR. Photo by Dave Holland CALGARY (March 18, 2019) – Canada’s high performance sport community has announced national sport-related concussion guidelines designed to protect its national and next generation athletes. The comprehensive and standardized sport-related concussion guidelines, developed by chief medical experts at the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute (COPSI)…

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UBC’s Masters of High Performance Coaching and Technical Leadership Continues to Raise Standards for Sport in Canada

CSI Pacific in partnership of UBC’s School of Kinesiology welcomes applications for the fifth cohort of the certificated and Masters of High Performance Coaching and Technical Leadership Program. Application deadline is April 5th, 2019 VANCOUVER, BC, February 21, 2019 – Applications for the June 2019 acceptance for the Certificate of High Performance Coaching and Technical…

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COC and CPC hopeful Calgary city council will vote to continue the 2026 Bid process

post courtesy Canadian Olympic Committee & Canadian Paralympic Committee TORONTO & OTTAWA – Wednesday October 31, 2018 – The Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee remain hopeful that Calgary’s city council will vote to continue the bid process for Calgary 2026 and allow Calgarians to have the voice they were expecting by moving forward…

Elite High School Athletes with Olympic or Paralympic Aspirations Invited to Apply to Canadian Sport School

Canadian Sport School is looking for elite high school athletes to register in Victoria. The Canadian Sport School is open to high performance athletes in grades 10-12 who have been identified by their national or provincial sport organization under the Canadian long-term athlete development model. Discretion may be given to athletes, especially those entering grade…