Coaching Information
Thanks for Athlete Bursary
Friday, 29 November 2013

Dear NOD,

 

My name is Kyle Reinhardt. I am a recipient of the NOD Elite Athlete Bursary from the 2012-2013 ski season. I would like to thank you for having selected me for this bursary.  Being only 14, I was unsure that I would even be considered for a bursary. I am honored. Your support is greatly appreciated. I will use these funds wisely to purchase equipment that I will require for this upcoming season. Its great that young athletes can get bursaries. It motivates us to train and race harder. This past year was a good year for me and I hope that with all my summer and fall training to date to make this year my best year yet.

 

My sincere thanks,

 

Kyle Reinhardt

 
NOD Bursary Thank You by Alannah MacLean
Wednesday, 07 November 2012
The snow is beginning to fly, meaning that a new ski season is on the verge of beginning. First, the recipients of the Northern Ontario Distinct (NOD) Elite Athlete Bursary must be recognized for excellence in cross country skiing during the previous season.
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Anthony Story - Provincial Coaching Experience
Friday, 28 January 2011

Anthony Story has written a comprehensive report on his Provincial Coaching Experience (PCE) assignment with the Ontario Ski Team at SilverStar, B.C. in December 2010. The report includes notes from discussions with Eric Bailey, Sheila Kealey and David Woods.

Report from SilverStar 2010

Photos from SilverStar 2010

NOD is proud to have Anthony on its executive as ParaNordic representative.

 
Gender Effective Ski Tiips
Friday, 10 December 2010

Gender Effective Ski Tips

 

The Gender Effective Ski Tips were prepared and published by CCC's Women on Skis committee.

 

Gender Effective Ski Tips booklet

 

The Women’s Committee is an operational committee of Cross Country Canada (CCC) which exists to ensure equality of opportunity for girls and women as participants, competitors, coaches, officials and leaders in cross-country skiing.  The Committee’s focus is on educating women on the roles they have an opportunity to pursue in cross-country skiing and facilitating the participation of women in areas where affirmative action is required.

 

 

Thanks to  University of Alberta Coach, Joan Skinstad ChPC (Univ. of Victoria)  for providing content from her MED (Coaching Studies) research on coaching the female athlete.

This project is made possible through the generous support of the JEMINI FOUNDATION and CANADIAN PACIFIC.

 
New Minimum Mandatory Coaching Qualifications
Tuesday, 23 March 2010
ImageTo improve the minimum standard of coaching for developing athletes and better prepare our sport system to meet minimum coaching requirements at important competitions such as the BC Winter Games and Canada Winter Games, the following standards will come into effect in January 2012, and January 2014 (highlighted in green).  Note that the new policies refer to the new NCCP system only. Information on minimum requirements for coaches with training in the previous NCCP system, and equivalency options for transfering from the previous system to the new system will be made available at a later date. 
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