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Friday, September 15, 2006
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Highlights from this issue:
- Canadian Athletics in mourning as Emilie Mondor suffers tragic
- Gary Reed of BC one of 10 Canadians named to Americas World Cup
- Attention Officials - deadline for upgrading applications is
- Bobsleigh/Skeleton Canada making a Aboriginal Talent ID stop in
- Rising Stars in Athletics - This week's spotlight is on Novelle
- **2007 Calendar Event Submission Open**
FROM THE BCA OFFICE
Athletics Canada in mourning as Emilie Mondor suffers tragic death
September 10th 2006, OTTAWA - Athletics Canada is in mourning today as
Olympian Emilie Mondor was killed in a car accident late yesterday
afternoon, one-hour east of Ottawa. Mondor, the first Canadian woman to
run the 5,000-metres under 15 minutes, competed at the 2004 Olympic Games
and was once the Canadian record holder over the 5,000-metre distance.
"On behalf of Athletics Canada, our sincere condolences to the
Mondor family and many friends," said Jean-Guy Ouellette, Chairman of
the Board. "Emilie's loss is even more difficult because we didn't
just lose a great athlete; first and foremost we lost an outstanding
Born April 29th 1981, Mondor of Mascouche, Que. competed in a host of
international events including the 2003 IAAF World Championships where she
finished 12th in the 5,000. Her first taste of national success came in a
win at the 1997 Canadian Cross Country Championships where she was the
Emilie was living and training in Ottawa looking to make her marathon
debut on November 5th at the New York City Marathon. She missed most of
the 2005 and 2006 seasons due to a bone condition where her body didn't
absorb calcium, making her bones similar to someone with osteoporosis,
causing her to suffer multiple stress-factures. Earlier this year she made
her comeback in a 10K race in Toronto, finishing 2nd. On her website
Mondor would say about the race "I do not care being 2nd here, it is
a victory overall for me. My comeback is unbelievable."
Rising Stars in Athletics - This week's spotlight is on Novelle Murray
School: University of Hawaii
Club Affiliation: Kajaks
Coach: Garrett Collier
2006 Best Outdoor Performance & Ranking:
51.26m - Dominican Republic, #2 in Canada
2005 Best Performance and Ranking
54.45m - Honolulu, HI, #2 in Canada
2006 NACACs Discus - 3rd
2006 Canadian Track and Field Championships Discus - 2nd
2004 NACACs Discus - 3rd
2004 NCAA WAC Championships Discus - 1st
2003 NCAA WAC Championships Discus - 1st
2003 Canadian Junior Championship Discus - 1st
2006 Canadian U23 NACAC team
2005 Canadian FISU Games team
2004 Canadian U23 NACAC team
Favourite Experience in Track:
Travelling and seeing hard work pay off.
Goals for the future:
Olympics, of course!
Attention all Athletes, Coaches, Branches, & Clubs:
The submission deadline for the 2006-2007 Carding Application Document
(along with training and competition plan) is September 18, 2006.
The application is available at: www.athletics.ca/article.asp?id=140
and must be sent to Gilbert Legault, High Performance Coordinator.
- An electronic copy is preferred but faxed and mailed copies are
accepted (application is available in both WORD and PDF).
- Incomplete applications and applications submitted after September
18, 2006 will not be accepted nor processed.
- Applications without a training and competition plan will be
considered incomplete until its reception.
- Athletes are advised to confirm reception with Gilbert Legault
Gilbert Legault, High Performance Coordinator
Phone: (613) 260-5580 ext. 3308
Fax: (613) 260-0341
FOR ALL 2007 EVENT MANAGERS & DIRECTORS:
Here at BC Athletics we're starting to put together the 2007 Calendar
of Events. It has been requested numerous times that the calendar be
produced and distributed before the following calendar year begins. In an
effort to accomplish this we are asking for your cooperation and
participation. In order to have the calendars out in December, 2006 we are
setting the submission deadline as October 15, 2006.
To submit your event information to BC Athletics, use our new event listing management system (create your own
In order to assist your planning we have put together a preliminary
list of 2007 Track & Field events, including many major championships. It can be found
Please assist us by replying in a timely manner. Additions &
Corrections receivable until Oct. 15.
Bobsleigh & Skeleton Canada will be making an Aboriginal Talent
Identification stop in the Vancouver area - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th - and
they are looking for motivated and hard working athletes with speed and
explosive power to fast track towards 2010!
Are you or do you know an Aboriginal athlete who has the passion and
desire to succeed? It is not too late to make an Olympic or Paralympic
dream come true for 2010!
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
NO FEE TO REGISTER.
ATHLETES AGE 16 AND UP.
Candidates include athletes from lacrosse, football, track and
field, weightlifting, rugby, hockey and other related sports backgrounds.
These sliding sports are full of thrills, speed and excitement. If you
thrive on adrenalin and want to see if you have got the basic skills, come
to the Vancouver camp! The 2010 Whistler Sliding Centre is currently under
development and scheduled to open in winter of 2007 and will serve as a
legacy for Canada's bobsleigh and skeleton athletes… YOU could be
one of them!
Date: Saturday, September 16th, 2006
Time: Registration begins at 9:30AM, Talent ID begins at 10:30AM
Location: SFU Outdoor Running Track, Burnaby
Contact Derek Hansen, BCS Vancouver Regional Recruiting Coach
Email email@example.com or Phone
CHALLENGES TO BE PERFORMED:
**based on facilities, and the athletes attending, some tests may not
- 30m & 60m Sprint
- 20m resistance pull (15kg)
- Bench Press
- Power Clean
- Front Squat
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE SPORTS OF BOBSLEIGH & SKELETON, PLEASE
Please help to spread the word… this truly can be the opportunity of
a lifetime for Aboriginal athletes. It would be incredible to see
Aboriginal people on the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic team in 2010.
2006 TransCanada 10km Championships Technical Package
The 2006 TransCanada 10km Championships Technical Package is now
available on the web: www.athletics.ca/article.asp?id=10039.
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES:
Did you know that if you were on a Track and Field/Cross Country
regional, provincial, or national team, you can receive high school
If you have been on a BCA team between grades 8 and 12, there are 4
credits or 8 credits that you are eligible for. The course codes are UXSA
10 and UXSA 12. These credits can't be substituted for any required
courses, but they do enhance your transcript. Please contact your high
school counselor to find out how to receive the credits you've earned. For
further information on what qualifies for the credits, visit the BCEd
Course Information on Graduation, Chapter 3, page 94: www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/courseinfo/cid.pdf
Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif 2006 - Vision 2020: Building a
OTTAWA July 28, 2006 - Mark your calendars! Petro-Canada Sport
Leadership sportif 2006 is November 3-5 at the Vancouver Sheraton Wall
Centre. This year's conference is expected to build on the success of last
year's with a wide variety of workshops and stimulating speakers.
The theme for this year's conference is 2020 Vision: Building a
For a tentative schedule of the conference, go to www.coach.ca/eng/conferences/sport_leadership.cfm.
CAC is in the process of developing the online registration form as
well as workshop descriptions and the conference website. Delegates will
be able to register for Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif 2006 in
September. Registration deadline is October 20.
More than 30 leading experts in sport science, coach education,
business management, volunteerism, and other key topics will be presenting
at this year's conference.
Coaching Association of Canada
141 Laurier Avenue West, Suite 300
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5J3
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Update on the AC Direct Membership Database
All of the 2006 BC Athletics Individual memberships have now been
entered on the new, national on-line database system - AC Direct. We are
still in the process of tweaking the new system in preparation to hand
over membership management to the club registrars. The Membership card
production is the last function to be finalized and this is why we have
been slow getting them out. I am hoping to get everything up to date
within the next two weeks. In the meantime if you need your BC Athletics
number or are not sure you've actually applied for your 2006 membership
please use the Membership Number Check system now available through our
website. It can be found at:
In order to set up AC Direct access for club Registrars we will need
verification of who is your official club Registrar for 2006. Club
Registrars must ensure that their 2006 BC Athletics memberships are in
place prior to being able to use the system. Club Registrars should
contact Sam Collier at firstname.lastname@example.org
and verify the following information:
- Registrar Name
- Club Affiliation
- 2006 BCA #
- Email address
- Full mailing address
- Phone contact
Once this information is received we can start setting up access to the
system and get all the details out to each club Registrar.
Manager - Registration & Membership Services
Reminder to Meet Directors
This is a reminder to all meet directors to please submit your results
as soon as you can following your event so that we can get them onto our
website. Be sure to include the official event name, location (city), and
date in the body of your message in order for the results to be posted
In addition, results must include implement weights, hurdle heights,
and wind readings (where available) in order to be included in the BC
Track and Field Rankings. If no wind index is available for the necessary
events (100m, 200m, 100mH, 110mH, long jump, triple jump), the results
will be placed under the illegal performance ranking. Year of birth of the
athletes is also appreciated for the rankings.
If you have athletes that are part of the paralympic program
competing in your meet you need to send an additional copy of the results
to Jean Laroche at email@example.com.
Attention Officials - The deadline for upgrading applications is fast
For Level 4 and 5 (national levels), you can find the necessary forms
on the NOC website. This must be completed by September 25. www.athletics.ca/article.asp?id=1266
Upgrading for Levels 1, 2 and 3 (provincial levels) must in submitted
by the end of September for processing in 2006. For these levels send a
photocopy of your record card, a request for upgrading, including your
full name and address, and for Level 2, a photocopy of your
"Passport" to becoming an official.
Please send all paperwork to Kathy Terlicher.
3328 Wellington Ave. Vancouver BC V5R 4Y2
BCA Officials Incentive Program 2006
Don't miss out!! Check out the BCA website Officials section for a link
to the officials incentive program application. Great award items are
designated for each year of service, so be sure you are recognized for
your contribution to our sport. Remember, events would not happen without
our BCA officials!
BC Athletics Officials who are members in good standing, and have
worked a minimum of 6 days (48 hours) in 2006 are eligible for awards in
the officials incentive program. Incentive awards (classy uniform items
and useful equipment) will be distributed at the Officials AGM, November
19. For a list of items, and the claim form, click on the link above.
Deadline for 2006 claims is October 31.
Please note that any official, level 2 or above, can order additional
BCA golf style Nike dri-fit shirts for 32.00. The price may drop if we get
a large enough order, so be sure to get your request in before October 31.
And remember to include your size, as Shirley is a not a mind reader! She
can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BC Branch Official Committee Annual General Meeting
The BC Branch Official Committee Annual General Meeting will held on
Sunday November 19, 2006 at Madison's Restaurant in Abbotsford. This
meeting is open to all officials (or prospective officials!) and will
include lunch, draw prizes, camaraderie, and also some pertinent
CALL FOR PHOTOS
The Branch Official's Committee is collecting photos from around the
Province to be included in a Power Point presentation shown at the
Officials AGM in November 2006. Please forward any photos to April Arsene
MEASURE AND WEIGH YOUR THROWING EQUIPMENT!
A word of caution to all club equipment managers: The Throws Officials
are finding many newly purchased throwing implements are not the correct
weight or length, and therefore illegal for competition. Before you pay
for any equipment, weigh and measure it yourself. If you need information,
or assistance, contact John Cull at email@example.com.
MILEAGE FORMS FOR OFFICIALS
All officials submitting mileage forms must send them to John Cull,
Branch Chair, with 30 days of the trip.
Track & Field
10 Canadians named to Americas World Cup team
September 11th 2006, OTTAWA - Athletics Canada is proud to announce
that ten Canadian athletes have been named to the Americas squad that will
compete in the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)
10th World Cup in Athletics. The event takes place September 16th and 17th
in Athens, Greece. The Americas team consists of 58 athletes from the
NACAC region and three co-managers, including Canadian Maureen Switzer.
Canadian representation at 10th World Cup:
Brannen, Nathan Cambridge, ON 1500m
Douma-Hussar, Carmen Cambridge, ON 1500m
Felicien, Perdita Pickering, ON Reservist
Forrester, Nicole Cookstown, ON High jump
Metcalfe, Megan Edmonton, AB 3000m
Reed, Gary Victoria, BC 800m
Russell, Scott Windsor, ON Javelin throw
Steacy, James Lethbridge, AB Hammer throw
Sullivan, Kevin Brantford, ON 3000m
Tunks, Jason London, ON Discus throw
Switzer, Maureen Winnipeg, MB Co-manager
National team Head Coach Les Gramantik on the Canadians heading to
Athens, "I wish to congratulate our athletes selected to the Americas
team heading to compete in the World Cup. This is a great accomplishment
and a perfect opportunity to end the 2006 season on a high note. I am
happy to see a blend of athletes with years of experience along with some
athletes who will get their first chance at competing at a prestigious
international event. Best of luck to all."
The Canadians selected to the team bring with them impressive
credentials. Nathan Brannen was a silver medalist at the 2006 Commonwealth
Games and is the reigning national champion. James Steacy was also a
Commonwealth silver medalist, is the reigning national champ and Canadian
record holder. Perdita Felicien recently took the crown at the Canadian
nationals and this past weekend was 3rd at the IAAF World Athletics Final.
Gary Reed is the Canadian record holder over the 800-metre distance while
Megan Metcalfe (5000m), Carmen Douma-Hussar (1500m), and Nicole Forrester
(HJ) are all Canadian champs.
The points based competition will also feature teams from four other
continental teams (Asia, Africa, Europe and Oceania) as well as the
individual power of the United States and individual national teams from
Russia (men and women), France (men), and Poland (women). As is custom in
the World Cup, the host country, in this case Greece, will field its on
team. The Americas team will feature a number of outstanding athletes,
including 100m World Record holder Asafa Powell.
Point Grey Community Track Fundraising
In the past year, we have received a great new addition to our
community - a beautiful new turf field and the initial groundwork laid for
a first rate track facility at Point Grey Secondary. Unfortunately, due to
budgetary constraints, the track surrounding the new turf has not been
completed to its full potential.
We are excited to unveil our plans to finally finish the new facility
by building a lit, eight lane rubberized track. This will provide our
community access to first class athletic facilities which will
significantly enhance the surrounding neighborhoods and will boost
business in the area. With the only comparable facility located in
Richmond, we are thrilled about the prospect of completing this
much-needed addition to our community.
We urgently seek your help in making this proposed track facility a
Here are the ways in which you can help:
- Attend the Benefit to Build Oct. 20.
- Help make the benefit a success by:
- Make In-Kind donations
- Event Sponsorship
- Participate in the Brick Program
- Tax-Deductible Donations
For complete information, see www.bcathletics.org/main/pdf/ptgrey_trackletter.pdf
Printable Donation form: www.bcathletics.org/main/pdf/ptgrey_donationform.pdf
2006 Championship Photos
To view and order photos from the 2006 Canadian Junior Track and Field
Championship please visit: www.geocities.com/seanburges/juniors.html
To view photos from the 2006 Legion National Track and Field
Championships please visit: www.legion.ca/asp/docs/sports/TF2006_e.asp
Elite athletes confirmed for TransCanada 10K in Ottawa
September 12th 2006, OTTAWA - The high performance field at the
TransCanada 10K Championships is taking shape with some elite Canadian
runners confirming their attendance. The event, which takes place Saturday
October 7th at 3:30 pm, will begin at the Canadian War Museum and run
along the picturesque Ottawa Parkway.
The championship offers the unique opportunity for everybody and
anybody to register and come out to run alongside the nation's best, also
serving as a mass participation race. Canadian champions, age category
winners and the winners of the Political Challenge will all be crowned.
The Political Challenge will pit politicians and political staffers,
identified with a unique race bib, against each other.
NCAA sensation Simon Bairu from Regina, Sask. will be looking to add to
his already impressive curriculum. Bairu is the reigning Canadian
Cross-Country champion; his illustrious career already includes an NCAA
championship and a Big Ten Division championship. Reid Coolsaet from
Guelph, Ont. is also confirmed in the field. Coolsaet recently won his
third straight 5,000-metre Canadian Championship in Ottawa at the Canadian
Track and Field Championships. Keep an eye on the event website for the
profiles of all the elite athletes as they are confirmed for the race.
All registered participants in the event will receive an official event
shirt, a personalized race bib, a finisher's certificate and a participant
medal. National champions will be rewarded with cash prizes and
The championship will also host the TIMEX Series final which is the
culmination of the TIMEX provincial series, encompassing every province
across the country. The TIMEX National Road Race Series has over 110 races
with in excess of 140,000 participants, designed for all runners from
beginner to the elite competitor.
For more information on the TransCanada 10K Championships including how
to register, please visit www.transcanada10km.ca.
Utting and Pells win Timex BC Road Running Series
The 2006 Timex BC Road Running Series wrapped up on Sunday Sept 3rd
at the Labour Day Weekend 8k in Steveston. After final points were
tallied, the top 4 overall men's and women's winners were:
MEN Points Races
1. OLIVER UTTING 165 7
2. JAMIE EPP 137 9
3. GRAEME WILSON 133 7
4. WARREN BARKER 130 7
WOMEN Points Races
1. LEAH PELLS 205 7
2. KRISTINA RODY 181 8
3. JESSICA SOLYMOSI 147 8
4. NANCY TINARI 141 7
Cash prizes from Timex were awarded to these athletes. Full results,
including all age group qualifiers and list of those who earned a "10
or more races" tech shirt, can be found at www.bcathletics.org/RRSeries/results/results2006.htm.
Road Race Management - Race Directors Meeting & Trade Show
October 12 - 14, 2006, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
For more information, please visit www.rrm.com/meeting/meeting.html
Courses and Clinics
Harassment Advisor Training course offered
Gymnastics BC is conducting a harassment advisor training session on
Friday, November 3rd, 2006 from 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. at the Coast
Tsawwassen Inn. The cost for this course is $50.00. To register contact:
Nicola Humphreys, Gymnastics BC, at 604-737-3113 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to become an Official?
A Level 1 Officials Introductory Course will be taking place Sunday
September 24 at Langley Secondary School. See details below.
Date: Sunday Sept 24
Location: Langley Secondary, 216th St @ 56th Ave, Langley
Please contact John Cull at email@example.com
and/or at 604-599-6638.
NCCP Level 1 Track & Field Coaching Workshops
This course is ideal for the school educator/coach, club parent &
community volunteer. The presentation will provide you with the material,
knowledge and confidence to help you with your track & field coaching
and start you on your way to becoming a certified track & field coach.
LANGLEY - On Saturday September 23 and Sunday September 24 there will
be a level 1 workshop in McLeod Park, Langley, conducted by Barb Vida. To
download the registration form please visit: www.bcathletics.org/ws_lev1_sep23.pdf
VICTORIA - On Saturday October 7 and Sunday October 8, there will be a
level 1 workshop at the Oak Bay Track facility, Victoria. This course will
be conducted by Ron Parker. To download the registration form please
NCCP Level 2 Track & Field Coaching Symposium
Upcoming: a Track and Field Level 2 Certification Symposium for ALL
event areas to be held October 28-29, location TBA in the Lower Mainland.
More information with all the details will be available on our website in
the near future.
Sport Technology & Sport Performance Conference
The SPIN Summit, a conference on sport technology and sport performance
will be taking place in Victoria, October 2-4, 2006. Registration is
online at www.spinsummit.com.
UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE / NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
ALTITUDE TRAINING SYMPOSIUM
On September 27 to 29, 2006, the Center for High Altitude Training will
once again combine efforts with the United States Olympic Committee's
Coaching and Sport Sciences Division to offer a collaborative Altitude
The 2006 symposium, open to U.S. National Team coaches as well as sport
scientists and coaches around the world, will be held in Colorado Springs,
Colorado and will focus primarily on the practical application issues
associated with using altitude training as a means of performance
REGISTRATION: Professional Registration $175.00; Student Registration
$125.00. To register, please go to www.nau.edu/highaltitude.
For questions, please call 928.523.4444.
United States Olympic Committee
1 Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon 2006 World Congress
Science and Medicine of the Marathon
Presented by American Road Race Medical Society (ARRMS) and the
College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
Oct 18-21, 2006
Demographics of Modern Marathon Running
Immunology and Hematolgy
Race Day Medical Care
Cardiovascular Medical Issues
Registration at: www.SMMConference.com.
Level 1 Coaching Clinic Host needed:
Anyone interested in hosting a Level 1 Coaching Certification Clinic
should contact Ron Bunting at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Run Jump Throw!
RunJumpThrow coming to the NorthWest as part of the Power of Sport
RunJumpThrow will be offering a variety of courses/workshops to the
schools and communities in the Hazelton, Kitimat, Terrace, and Prince
Rupert areas as part of the Power of Sport Tour October 16-22.
Available will be:
- Instructor workshops with NCCP certification for Teachers as well as
Youth and Community leaders
- Direct RJT delivery to Elementary schools
- RJT program Presentations
In addition, there will be introductory workshops for the communities
on officiating and coaching Track and Field.
If you are in the area, and are interested in hosting or taking part in
any of our offered programs, please fill out the registration request
form, and fax/send it back to BC Athletics.
Registration request form: www.bcathletics.org/main/pdf/pos_rjtrequest.pdf
For more information, or if you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Upcoming RunJumpThrow Events
For information on upcoming RunJumpThrow Events taking place across the
province, please visit our RJT web page at www.bcathletics.org/main/rjt.htm.
RunJumpThrow Instructor Workshops Available
- Descriptions of the types of Instructor Workshops that are available
- Fee Schedule for Workshops (new as of June 2006)
- Registration forms for hosting a Workshop
Please visit www.bcathletics.org/main/rjt.htm
Job / Volunteer opportunities
For job opportunities with specific BC Athletics member clubs,
please see the BC Athletics home page under "What's Happening."
REMINDERS and Quick Links
Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre - Articles posted September 13th,
"Building the Foundations for Strength in Young Horizontal
Jumpers" By Gary Bourne
"NSA Photosequence #17: 200 meters - Florence Griffith
Joyner" Commentary by Leo Davis
Theory and Methodology
"Optimal Strength Development in Jumping Events" By Dr. Kuulo
Access to the above articles is through the Canadian Athletics Coaching
Centre website www.athleticscoaching.ca
either through the "sport science articles" link on the main
page or through the sport science page. You can also access the articles
listed above through the weekly "Top Stories" link.
For more information please contact:
Manager, Sport Science / High Performance Training Academy
The Gold Standard September 06
To view the September 2006 edition of Athletics Canada's Official
Newsletter, please follow this link: www.athletics.ca/cmslib/general/TGSseptember2006.pdf
This month's edition features:
- Q&A with national team head coach Les Gramantik
- TransCanada 10K Championships
- Charles Allen pays a special visit
- Records fall in August
- Olympic gold medal relay team reunites in Ottawa
- Canadian Championship medalists
- Canadians in the IAAF Top 50 rankings
- and much more…
Managing Risk - Keeping our Sport Safe
In the continuing effort to provide information and tools to assist
member clubs in managing risk and providing a safe environment for
children, youth and adults to train, participate and compete in Athletics
(Road Running, Track & Field, Race Walking, Cross Country Running,
Marathons, Ultras, Trail and Mtn Running), please find below the link to
the Sport BC website and information on:
- Harassment and Abuse in Sport
- Safety in Sport
- Screening Staff and Volunteers
Management/ Risk Management Main.asp
BC Athletics Sanctioned Events Applications
All Events are requested to get their BC Athletics Sanction Forms in to
the BC Athletics office as early as possible. The BC Athletics office
should receive them no later than 3 months prior to the event taking
place. If you have questions or need information please contact as
Track & Field events: Ron Bunting - firstname.lastname@example.org
Road Running & Cross Country Events: Jerry Tighe - email@example.com
New Online Drug Database Helps Canadian Athletes Compete Doping-Free
Back issues of the BCAB are available at www.bcathletics.org/main/bcabulletin.htm.