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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

CENTRE NATIONAL DE NATATION DE MONTREAL

Road to excellence

Par Benoît Lebrun


Swimmer at the center

Swimmerat the center:

StephanieHornerBBF

Victoria PoonPPO

Geneviève SaumurPPO

Amy XueETO

Barbara JardinPPO

Tobias OriwolETO (PCSC)

Charles FrancisPPO

Mathieu BoisPPO

Benoit HuotPPO

Jonathan AubryPPO

Nicolas BovellAUBURN

Andrew HurdTORONTO

Thomas Kindler DNFPPO

Ryan Tomicic DNF PPO

3 Mexicans ( Ivan, Alfredo and Juan)


Quebec reality

QUEBEC REALITY

  • A coach that sent a swimmer to the center will lose 20,000$/year of support from the Québec Government

  • The club will loose all the provincial grant associated with the results of that swimmer

    From 5,000$ to 15,000$

    The good news: No penality for the SNC grant...


Road to excellence

ROAD TO EXCELLENCE

  • The optimisation of excellence rest on:

    • An approach

    • A method

    • Knowledge

    • Skill

    • Attitude


The approach

The Approach

  • Key points to the approach

    - 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


Multi disciplinary aproach

Multi-disciplinary aproach


Inter disciplinary aproach

Inter-disciplinary aproach


Method

METHOD

  • Evaluation of the status of the swimmer

    Coach and PET chairmen (full time resource)

  • What is the reality for this swimmers.

  • Then we include the resource (PET) in the process.


Knowledge

KNOWLEDGE

  • PET (performance enhancement team): 

    Scientific Advisor:Charles Cardinal

    Strength coach:Alain Delorme

    Physiologist:Dr. Perry Koziris

    Medical Advisor:Dr. SuzaneLeclerc

    Physiotherapy Syndi Martel:

    NutritionnistJosianne Tremblay

    MasseurYannick Szogy

    MasseurCatherine Martin

    Sport Psychologist: Wayne Halliwell

    PET Chairmen Alain Delorme

    Coach Paul Bergen

    Coach Benoit Lebrun


Skills savoir faire

SKILLS (savoir faire)

It’s not how many bricks you have,

It’s how you put them in place.


Decision making

Decision making

  • CTC=What can we control?

  • DWI=Who and How we will deal with it!

  • FIO=Figure a process to improve the situation

  • MIH=Make it happen!!!


Attitude

ATTITUDE

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


The result anticipated

The result anticipated

Creating a TAILOR MADE Program

VS

One fit all program

(lot more work involve)


Our team values

OUR TEAM VALUES

  • Work

  • Effort

  • Commitment

  • Conviction

  • Belief

  • Trust

  • Team ( spirit-unity-cohesion)

  • Self reliance

  • Loyalty for the Coach and the TEAM


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