Coaches in the News
Darrell Nordell, ChPC, wins the Leadership Excellence Award
Congratulations to Darrell Nordell, ChPC, on winning the Leadership Excellence Award given out by Wheelchair Basketball Canada on April 6th 2014.
You can read more about Darrell's achievement as well as the other winners and Hall of Fame inductees here http://www.sirc.ca/news_view.cfm?id=58765&search=&show=&month=&year=&search_where=
Rob Gale named Head Coach of Men's U-20 Team
Congratulations to Rob Gale on being named the new head coach of Canada’s Men’s U-20 Team.
To read the release, please click here http://www.sirc.ca/news_view.cfm?id=58684&search=&show=&month=&year=&search_where=
Kevin Dineen Named Head Coach of Men's U-18 Team
Congratulations to Kevin Dineen on being named the new head coach of Canada’s Men’s U-18 Team. Kevin is coming off a Gold medal in Sochi with the Women’s National Team.
To read the release, please click here http://www.sirc.ca/news_view.cfm?id=58493&search=dineen&show=search&month=&year=&search_where=
Janet Arnott, ChPC, stands alone in Sochi
Janet Arnott, ChPC, along with her compatriot, Elaine Dagg-Jackson, ChPC, are the only female coaches in the Women's Curling competition at the Olympics.
Ralph Krueger, ChPC, the new Chairman of Southampton FC
Congratulations to Ralph Krueger, ChPC, on his recent appointment as Chairman of Southampton FC one month after being part of Team Canada's Gold medal in Men's Ice Hockey.
For the statement from the club and to see what Ralph has to say about his new position, click here http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/news/article/announcement-new-chairman-appointed-1415810.aspx
WAYNE PARRO, ChPC, ONE OF TEN CANADIAN SPORT LEADERS TO WORK IN FIVE CONTINENTS
Release - Feb. 3 2014
Ottawa - Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) is proud to introduce the Canadian senior sport leaders selected for short term, project based SportWORKS placements in ten countries around the world.
Find out who those leaders are by clicking on the link below.
Patrick Oaten, ChPC, leaving Water Polo Canada for Opportunity Abroad
Water Polo Canada has announced that Patrick Oaten, ChPC, has resigned from his position as High Performance Director of the Women's national program in order to pursue a new challenge in international water polo.
We wish Patrick the best of luck in his new role with the Brazilian Women's Water Polo Team.
Click the link to read the full release http://www.sirc.ca/news_view.cfm?id=57934&search=&show=&month=2&year=2014&search_where=