The Montréal-Québec Series will provide a unique opportunity for athletes to compete in a High Performance context in the week following the National Championships in Ottawa.
Montréal () and Québec City ( ) will host two meets with provincial and national components. Both meets will have prize money, gifts and provide best possible conditions for athletes to achieve high level performance.
If warranted, the organizers will provide free bus transportation to athletes and coaches from Ottawa to Montréal ( ) and then from Montréal to Québec city ( ). Seating will be reserved with meet directors on a first-come, first-served basis. A maximum of 55 seats is available for both trips. Please advise the meet directors directly if you wish to benefit from this free transportation offer.
If successful, this series will be repeated in 2019 and 2020 after the National championships in Montréal.
A technical document will soon be available. Meanwhile, we would like to have your cooperation in the communication of the attached flyer in your networks, club mailings, social media, etc.
Do not hesitate to contact both Meet directors, Alfredo Vilar-Sbaffi (Montréal) or Félix-Antoine Lapointe if you have any questions regarding both meets.
Applications are now being accepted for the positions of U16 (Midget) and U18 (Youth) Coaching Staff.
Deadline to apply - May 18, 2018
For further information contact Jill George
When you push until you can’t go any farther or any faster, what exactly is holding you back? Join author Alex Hutchinson as he discusses his new New York Times-bestselling book, ENDURE: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance, exploring the science of endurance and the surprising role of the brain in setting our “physical” limits.
Location: Brainsport, 616 10th Street E, Saskatoon. The talk will be followed by discussion and book-signing.
Alex Hutchinson (@sweatscience) is an award-winning science columnist for Outside, the Globe and Mail, and Canadian Running, and a former national-team long-distance runner.
This event is free, but as space is limited please sign up through the link above or at the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.c
Applications are now being accepted for positions related to the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games Staff
Please contact Harvey Weber (Head Coach) or the Sask Athletics Office if you wish to apply
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