Posted by Editor on 03/11/06
The Dizzy Chicks Present: A night with the Chicks
Courtesy Julie Anne Kent
Join the Dizzy Chicks for a night of engaging presentations from the Dizzy Chick Sports Science Team. This will truly be an outstanding event. Bring one or two or more of your friends.
Friday March 31st
6:30 pm Ã‹â€ 9:00 pm
MEC Head Office Ã‹â€ 149 West 4th Ave
Phone: 604 809 3315
Carmen Bott MSc. B.H.K., CSCS - Carmen is founder and president of Human Motion Inc., an elite athlete performance and fitness training company. Carmen has been in the health and fitness industry for over a decade and has become one of the most diversely trained exercise conditioning specialists in her field.
Sherri Iwaschuk RMT - Sherri is a Registered Massage Therapist as well as a dedicated Dizzy Chick rider. Sherri focuses on both road cycling and mountain biking.
Judy Latoski - Judy is one of the founding members of the Dizzy Chicks and is the current club president, mentor and team coach. Judy runs Spoke'n Performance Coaching Solutions and is an NCCP certified level 3 road cycling coach with over 25 years experience in cycling Ã‹â€ including three years on the Canadian National Team.
Anne Muscat M.P.E, M.A., R.C.C., PhD (in progress) - Anne is the Dizzy Chicks mental trainer. Anne is a leading consultant with numerous provincial, national and international organizations and combines her experiences as an international athlete, coach and researcher to provide expert consulting in areas of mental preparation and competition peak performance.
Tracy A. Myerson M.X. - Tracy runs Jett Grrl Bike Studio, a new concept in bicycle mechanics designed to empower women in the cycling community. Jett Grrl is owned and operated by a certified female mechanic, specializing in bicycle repair workshops for women, refurbished vintage road bikes and a full service repair shop. It is a relaxed, friendly, non-intimidating environment and offers quality and service that are out of this world!
The Dizzy Chicks is a women's cycling club welcoming competitive and recreational riders with an aim to create a unique environment for developing the skills and strengths of women cyclists. www.dizzychicks.com
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