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Cycling BC will host its first annual Cycling BC Coaches Conference on November 22. The conference...
Cycling BC will host its first annual Cycling BC Coaches Conference on November 22. The conference is open to coaches from across the province and throughout the Pacific Northwest. It will provide coaches with a forum to discuss performance and sports development talks tied to the theme of "Innovative Coaching: New Approaches to Cycling Success".
Four presenters will share their knowledge. Richard Wooles, Cycling BC Provincial Head Coach and Director of High Performance, will discuss the Cycling BC athlete devlopment model and his experience inside the British system; Two-time Olympic coach Kurt Innes will talk about building training plans; Cycling BC Youth Coach Dan Proulx will describe the process of developing cyclists from regional athletes to Olympians; and Cycling BC's Provincial MTB Coach Steve Lund will present on technical aspects of sporting performance.
Conference proceeds will benefit the Cycling BC Junior team. Up to 100 seats are available. Admission is free for those with Cycling BC licenses and CAN$10 for all others.
To reserve your seat, email Paul Crosby (firstname.lastname@example.org).