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October 8/19 20:58 pm - Cycling Canada Coaching Recognition Awards


Posted by Editoress on 10/8/19
 

Coaching is at the heart of cycling performance at every level, from teaching basic cycling skills in a school or club, to training athletes for the Olympic Games or Tour de France.

One of the key milestones in the progression of any athlete is to become Canadian Champion. The Cycling Canada Coaching Development Committee wants to recognize the contributions of the outstanding coaches who dedicate their time and effort to ensure athletes are well supported in their preparation and in competition projects, to achieve their best performances at the Canadian Championships.

Criteria
Coaches whose Canadian athletes or teams win gold while competing at any of the Canadian

Cycling Championships in the following championship categories and events:

Sport Category Category Category Category
BMX Elite M-W Junior M-W 16 M-W 15 M-W
Road Elite M-W U23 M-W Junior M-W
MTB XCO Elite M-W U23 M-W Junior M-W
MTB DHI Elite M-W Junior M-W
Track Elite M-W Junior M-W
Cyclo Cross Elite M-W U23 M Junior M



To qualify for the recognition awards, a coach must:

• be NCCP certified in any Cycling context or level;
• be a Canadian citizen, or a permanent resident who contributes to the Canadian sport system;
• be a licensed Coach in the year of the Championship;
have worked on a regular basis with the athlete.

The nomination must be supported by the athlete; (Only ONE coach will be recognized for each medal-winning performance.)

Please click Here to fill in the online submission form.

The submission deadline for the 2019 Cycling Canada Coaching Recognition Award is October 13, 2019

If you have any questions please contact Andy Wilson Andy.Wilson@cyclingcanada.ca

 


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