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Biathlon Canada High Performance Plans and Priorities 2004-2005 Goals for the 2004-2005 Season Training period: Enter the Train-to-Win phase of ADM with our top Sr. athletes Deliver high performance program based on our experience, more attention focused on one-to-one work

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goals for the 2004 2005 season
Goals for the 2004-2005 Season
  • Training period:
  • Enter the Train-to-Win phase of ADM with our top Sr. athletes
  • Deliver high performance program based on our experience,
  • more attention focused on one-to-one work
  • Continued refining of basic technical skills and develop biathlon-
  • specific skills needed for international excellence
  • Competition period:
  • 2 athletes ranked in the top 50 in overall WC standings
  • 1x top 20 and 1x top 16 result at WCH 05
  • Retain our senior athletes in program until the 2006 Olympics
  • 2 athletes qualified for nomination to the 2006 OWG (priority 1)
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NTP 2004-2005

Training groups (AAP – Annex A):

Senior Team (Richard) – 5 athletes

Olympic Squad: Zina Kocher, Robin Clegg, David Leoni, Sandra Keith

Sr. Dev Squad: Marie-Pierre Parent,

( Gerhardt Klann TBC, Louise Weber and Barb Sharp have declined)

Junior Dev Squad – 9 athletes

East (Daniel): JP LeGuellec, Francois Leboeuf, Jaime Robb, Joannie Haché

West (Geret): Lindsey Bolivar,Sonya Erasmus, Dylan Costuros-Hay, Nicki Pacas (Jessie Jaques has declined)

Development Program – 6 athletes

East (Daniel): Maxime Lebeouf, Marc-André Bédard, Patrick Côté

West (Geret): Megan Imrie, Cindy Clark, Brendan Green

(Trevor Wilson has declined)

sport canada athlete assistance program
Sport CanadaAthlete Assistance Program
  • Senior Card (SC-C1)

1.Zina Kocher

2.Robin Clegg

3.Sandra Keith

4.David Leoni (C-1)

  • Development Card – Training Centre Criteria

5.Lindsey Bolivar (junior)

6.Jaime Robb (junior)

7.Dylan Costuros-Hay (junior)

8. Jean Philippe LeGuellec (youth)

  • Development Card – HPWG Nomination

9.Maxime Leboeuf (youth)

10. Marie-Pierre Parent (senior)

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NTP 2004-2005

Selection criteria Senior program

  • Zina and Robin preselected for 2004-2005
  • David and Sandra preselected for WC 1-2-3
  • Senior trials 11-14 Dec 2004 for WC 4-5-6
  • 4M/4W for WCh (use of Nor Am 4th man)
  • Use of WC 9 if required HPWG discretion (top 50 or NC) - sanction
slide6

NTP 2004-2005

Selection criteria Junior/Youth program

  • Jean Philippe is preselected for 2004-2005
  • International criteria athletes to EC 3-4 (Dec 04)
  • Use of Nationals for WCH selection 26-30 Jan 05
  • Top athlete from each class selected
  • Other athletes can be sanctioned enforcing the principle of natural gaps to complete team selection
  • Top ½ placing will be reimbursed
slide7

NTP 2004-2005

Senior Development Squad program

  • Training centre activities
  • Participation in other camps (user-pay)

Olympic Squad program (above +)

  • Various camps (Bike, Haig (2), Glacier camp)
  • Early snow camp and EC 1-2
  • BWC 1-2-3 pre-Xmas tour

National Team Program (post selection)

  • BWC 4-5-6 (up to 2M/3W)
  • BWC 7-8 and WCh (up to 4M/4W)
  • Use of WC 9 if required (top 50 or NC)
slide8

NTP 2004-2005

Junior Development Squad program

  • Training centre activities, including camps
  • EC 3-4 pre-Xmas

(JP LeGuellec 100%, Jr Dev Squad International standard 50% funded – Domestic standard sanction)

National Team Program (post selection)

  • Junior –Youth WCh (Finland) 14 days
slide9

NTP 2004-2005

Team staffing requirements

Senior team

  • Olympic team nucleus (Roger- Richard- Wax Tech) BWC 1-2-3-7-8 + WCh (+1 tech)
  • Select up to 2 tour coaches for BWC 4-5-6
slide10

NTP 2004-2005

Team staffing requirements

Junior team

  • TC coaches for EC 3-4
  • Junior/Youth WCH
    • Team Leader (Roger – TBD)
    • TC coaches
    • Senior Team Wax tech will attend
    • ICE assignment
    • Task 21 apprentice
slide11

NTP 2004-2005

Total staffing requirements:

Team Leader - Roger 59 days

Senior Coach – Richard 97 days

Junior coaches – Daniel/Geret 35 days

Senior Team Wax Tech – 119 days

Assistant Technician for WCh – 10 days

2 tour coaches BWC 4-5-6 - 22 days

Junior/Youth WCH tour coaches/techs: 15 days

slide12

NTP 2004-2005 - Staffing Process

Assistant Coaching Support

  • East – hiring process from 2003
  • West – Eligibility list being developed via call letter (May 31st)

National team tour positions

  • Call letter for all positions with statement of qualifications (July 04)
training centre developments
Valcartier

Coaching structure

1 full time coach

1 paid assistant coach

1 volunteer coach

Partnership in excellent position

ACBQ, CSHNQ, CNMM

Talent ID on-going and active

Canmore

Coaching structure

2 full time coaches

Paid assistants Sr team

Paid assistant Jr team and Talent ID

Partnership unchanged from 2003

Severe cutbacks

Talent ID is undergoing options analysis

Camps vs. Regional options

Training Centre Developments
slide14

TORINO 2006 - CRITERIA

Prior to 2006 Biathlon Canada was subject to Schedule A criteria approved by the Canadian Olympic Committee

For 2006 OWG (Torino) the COC has approved the use of International Federation criteria (outlined below):

Men Nation Cup standing and quota:

Rank Register Start Total

1-5 6 4 30

6-20 5 4 75

21-28 1 1 8

Women Nation Cup standing and quota:

Rank Register Start Total

1-5 6 4 30

6-15 5 4 50

16-20 4 4 20

21-27 1 1 8

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TORINO 2006 - CRITERIA

  • 2 Principles driving the Biathlon Canada Olympic selection process:
  • Demonstrated Excellence (COC standards)
    • Top 16 placings (individual athlete)
    • Top 12 placings in relay
  • Predicted Excellence (rising star criteria)
    • Based on developmental periods
  • The Olympic selection document contains priority rankings for athletes meeting qualification standards
  • Our principles of selection may lead to the nomination of a smaller more competitive team than allowed by the IF criteria.
slide16

NTP 2004-2005 Policy changes

  • Athlete Handbook to be revised
    • Tour checklist
    • Amenities checklist
  • AAP 2004-2005
    • Inclusion Olympic criteria
    • No domestic criteria for Senior Cards
    • Junior benchmark established
    • International youth criteria
hp budget 2004 2005
HP Budget 2004-2005

Success in High Performance comes with a price

04-05 HP Budget:$444.5K

Increase due to:

  • Increased tour activities required for Olympic qualification
  • Increase in funding to re-establish service support in CTC and maintain Talent ID projects
  • Now includes expenditure through partners
hp program 2004 2005
HP Program 2004-2005

Proposed Motion:

Move to accept in principle the High Performance Program and budget as presented pending approval of the association budget.