The BCSSA AGM this past week-end in Richmond got off to a great start with the presentation of the annual awards. Athletes, coaches, officials, staff and volunteers were recognized for all their contributions and successes this past season. Awards not collected by attending delegates, will be mailed out from the BCSSA Office within the week.
Congratulations to all this years winners! Â And thank-you to our hard working Awards Committee, Louise and Mae.
For a complete list of recipients please click here: Â 2016 Award Recipients
If you missed the live Equipment Webinar Part I by David Morrison, you can now access the recording online. The recording is available for anyone to listen in and learn, but if you would like NCCP credit, please email email@example.com your full name along with your answers to the questions throughout the presentation.
The BC Speed Skating Academy Working Group is pleased to launch a *NEW* communications tool: the BC Speed Skating Academy Facebook Page. “Like” this page to stay current on Academy news. Messages sent to this page will be received by members of the Academy Working Group and will be responded to in a timely fashion.
In addition to the Facebook Page, details of scheduled Academy sessions will be available on the BCSSA Events & Results Calendar– look for “purple” events.
We look forward to a great Year 2 for the Academy!
BCSSA Academy Working Group
Dave McQuaid, Jay Morrison, Keith Gordon, Ted Houghton and Chris Acton
The Calgary Olympic Oval is partnering with the Western Branches to offer a mentorship opportunity for branch coaches. Branch coaches are invited to apply to form part of the coaching team at the Summer Speed Camp in Calgary, July 18-23 2016.
BC applicant coaches must complete the following form (also accessible via link) by new date May 24th . Applications will be reviewed by the BCSSA Coaching Development Committee.
The BCSSA Academy Working Group is pleased to announce the launch of Year 2 of Academy programming. Please see the attached memo for details and registration. Note that the first sessions start shortly- skaters are encouraged to act fast on registration!