CENTRE NATIONAL DE NATATION DE MONTREAL. Road to excellence Par Benoît Lebrun. Swimmer at the center:. Stephanie Horner BBF Victoria PoonPPO Geneviève SaumurPPO Amy Xue ETO Barbara JardinPPO Tobias Oriwol ETO (PCSC) Charles FrancisPPO Mathieu BoisPPO
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CENTRE NATIONAL DE NATATION DE MONTREAL
Road to excellence
Par Benoît Lebrun
Tobias OriwolETO (PCSC)
Thomas Kindler DNFPPO
Ryan Tomicic DNF PPO
3 Mexicans ( Ivan, Alfredo and Juan)
From 5,000$ to 15,000$
The good news: No penality for the SNC grant...
- Willing to change and INNOVATE so we can improveour
capacity of producingfasterswimmers.
- The athlete are at the center of ourpre-occupations.
- Using an Inter-disciplinaryapproach vs multi-disciplinary
Coach and PET chairmen (full time resource)
Scientific Advisor:Charles Cardinal
Strength coach:Alain Delorme
Physiologist:Dr. Perry Koziris
Medical Advisor:Dr. SuzaneLeclerc
Physiotherapy Syndi Martel:
Sport Psychologist: Wayne Halliwell
PET Chairmen Alain Delorme
Coach Paul Bergen
Coach Benoit Lebrun
It’s not how many bricks you have,
It’s how you put them in place.
I have the conviction that this new generation of swimmer (2007 -2012) are not spoil by society or worse off . They are just living in a world thatprovidesthemwith 10 times more than the pastgéneration.
They are much more advanced in many areas. To interactwiththem and let me influence theirbehavior in swimming, I have to make an effort to abandon all the PARADIGMS that I developthroughout 25 years of coaching.
So I cannot use old cliché like I use to, to get to my point. They are asking me to bebetter to improvedmyanalysis to be in 2007-2012
Creating a TAILOR MADE Program
One fit all program
(lot more work involve)