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National team program

National Team Program

Statistics of Importance within our program

-presentation to Own The Podium –Calgary 2011


National team program1

National Team Program

Retention of Athletes -Women

10 of the 12 Skips at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts -2011 were former Canadian Junior Champions


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National Team Program

  • Retention of Athletes – Men

  • 12 men at the Brier were former Can. Jr. Champions

  • 9 were Runners up at the Canadian Juniors

  • 35 of the 48 men had competed at Can. Jrs.


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National Team Program

  • Competitive Ages –Scotties / Brier

  • In 2005 the average age at both the women’s and men’s championships was 35....

  • In 2011 -Women –average age was 30.9

    -Men –average age was 31.4


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National Team Program

  • Why the change in Ages at the top level??

  • LTADM

  • La Releve

  • High Performance Camps

  • Summer Camps for Juniors

  • Junior competitions

  • University Curling leagues / championships

  • Coaching


National team program women

National Team Program - Women

  • Order of Merit– World Rankings (March 2011)

  • 1. Jones 382 pts 7. Scott 226 pts

  • 2. Holland 326 pts 8. Wang-China 196 pts

  • 3. Bernard 294 pts 9. Nedohin 194 pts

  • 4. Kleibrink 268 pts10. Muirhead-Sco 185 pts

  • 5. Ott-Switz 253 pts 11. Carey 166 pts

  • 6. Lawton 240 pts 12. Overton-C. 164 pts

    13 of top 20 teams are Canadian


National team program men

National Team Program - Men

  • Order of Merit- World Rankings (March 2011)

  • 1. Martin 513 pts7. Stoughton 303 pts

  • 2. Howard 445 pts8. Edin (Sweden) 249

  • 3. McEwen 386 pts9. Ursel 202 pts

  • 4. Koe 364 pts10. Matchett 182 pts

  • 5. Gushue 338 pts11. Menard 179 pts

  • 6. Ulsrud (Norway) 31112. Simmons 164 pts

    18 of top 20 teams are Canadian


National team program olympics 2010 percentages women

National Team ProgramOlympics 2010 –Percentages -Women

  • 1. Canada 9-2 81% Silver(includes P.O.)

  • 2. Sweden 9-2 79% Gold

  • 3. Russia 6-5 77%

  • 4. Switzer. 6-5 76%

  • 5. U.S.A. 3-6 76%

  • 6. China 4-5 75% Bronze

  • 7. Germany 3-6 75%

  • 8. Gr. Britain 3-6 75%

  • 9. Japan 3-6 74%

  • 10. Denmark 4-5 73%


National team program olympics 2010 percentages men

National Team Program Olympics 2010 – Percentages -Men

  • 1. Martin 11-0 85% Gold (inc. Play offs)

  • 2. Norway 8-385%Silver

  • 3. Switzerland 7-483% Bronze

  • 4. Sweden6-681%

  • 5. Gr. Britain5-580%

  • 6. Denmark2-778%

  • 7. China2-777%

  • 8. USA2-776%

  • 9. Germany4-574%

  • 10. France3-673%


National team program 2011 worlds statistics women

National Team Program2011 Worlds – Statistics -Women

  • Canada 10-5 81% Silver (Team % inc. Playoffs)

  • China 9-5 81% Bronze

  • Switz. 7-4 80%

  • Denmark 7-6 80%

  • Russia 6-5 78%

  • Sweden 11-2 78% Gold

  • Germany 5-6 76%

  • Norway 3-8 75%

  • Scotland 4-7 73%

  • Korea 2-9 73%

  • U.S.A. 6-5 73%

  • Czech Rep. 2-9 70%


National team program 2011 worlds statistics men

National Team Program2011 Worlds –Statistics -Men

  • Canada10-188%

  • Sweden 7-487%

  • Norway 7-484%

  • Switzerland 6-583%

  • Scotland 9-282%

  • France 7-482%

  • Germany 6-581%

  • USA 3-881%

  • Czech Repub. 5-679%

  • Korea 2-978%

  • China 4-777%

  • Denmark 0-1172%


National team program 2011 worlds individual position stats

National Team Program2011 Worlds –Individual Position Stats

  • Lead -second among leads 92% 93% Swe

    -shot 100% in one game

  • Second-first among seconds 88% 85% USA

    --had 6 games at 90% or higher

  • Third-first among thirds 87% 87% Swe

    -four games at 90% or higher

  • Skip-first among skips 87% 85% Nor

    -four games at 90% or higher


Goals of the national team program

Goals of the National Team Program

  • 1. To prepare our top teams for podium performances in World and Olympic events.

  • 2. To recognize our top teams through funding that will assist them in realizing their/our goals.

  • 3. To recognize and develop our young curling athletes who have future podium potential.


National team program women s teams

National Team Program Women’s Teams

  • 9 Women’s Teams

  • Tier One: ( $34,000 –Training / SS )

  • Holland, Jones, Kleibrink

  • Tier Two: ( $ 30,000 –Training / SS )

  • Nedohin, Carey, Lawton

  • Tier Three: ( 16,000 –Training )

  • Bernard, Homan, Overton


National team program men s teams

National Team Program Men’s Teams

  • 10 Men’s Teams

  • Tier One: ( $34,000 –Training / SS )

  • Martin, Stoughton, McEwen

  • Tier Two: ( $ 30,000 –Training / SS )

  • Howard, Koe, Layton

  • Tier Three: ( 16,000 –Training )

  • Gushue, Fowler, Epping, Jacobs


National team program la releve 2010 2011

National Team ProgramLa Releve -2010-2011

  • 50 top young athletes under the age of 32

  • La Releve Training Camp –Edmonton –April 2011

  • Equal number of women / men

  • Trained for four days under the NTP coaching staff + Jeff Stoughton, Cathy Overton, Marcel Rocque, Mark Dacey, Mark Johnston, et al.


National team program la releve 2011 2012

National Team ProgramLa Releve 2011-2012

  • Our top 20 La Releve athletes will receive 4,000 dollars each towards Competition and Training this season

  • This program is under the direction of National Coaches Paul Webster, Helen Radford, and Melissa Soligo.


Sport canada carding a carded athletes

Sport Canada - Carding “A “ carded athletes

  • Carding is a program of Sport Canada

  • Recognizes past performance through funds to train for future podium performances.

  • Each athlete receives $1,500 per month for a two year cycle. ( tax free funds )

  • This amounts to $144,000 over the two years for each team on the carding program.


A carded teams

“A” Carded Teams

  • Year 1 of two year cycle

    Teams: Amber Holland

    Jeff Stoughton

  • Year 2 of two year cycle

    Teams: Jennifer Jones

    Kevin Martin


D carded individual athletes

“ D ” CardedIndividual Athletes

  • The “D” Card or Developmental Card is targeted for athletes who have excelled on the CTRS but are not funded in the “A” card area.

    -These 18 athletes (9 women and 9 men) receive $900 per month for a one year cycle. (tax free). ($10,800 total)


D carded athletes

“D” Carded Athletes

  • Bronwen Webster-Mike McEwen

  • Chelsey Bell-B.J. Neufeld

  • Kaitlyn Lawes-Denni Neufeld

  • Beth Iskiw-Matt Wozniak

  • Chelsey Carey-Ryan Fry

  • Jessica Miller-Nolan Thiessen

  • Kristen Foster-Steve Laycock

  • Lindsay Titheridge-Dallan Muyres

  • Kristi McDonald-Brennan Jones


Junior la releve

Junior La Releve

  • Selected Member Associations will be offered funds to help develop our emerging athletes (early teens)

  • Teams and individuals with exceptional ability at an early age will be offered assistance to develop their skills.


Canada s youth olympic curling team

Canada’s Youth Olympic Curling Team


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