May 22, 2013 (Victoria, BC) – Canadian Sport Institute Pacific is pleased to bring its new talent identification camp – PODIUM SEARCH – to Victoria on May 26. PODIUM SEARCH, a free, one-day talent identification camp, is for athletes aged 14-22 to test themselves and see if they have what it takes to accept the challenge to become part of Canada’s sporting elite.
Athletes who participate in PODIUM SEARCH will be evaluated for possible selection for Canadian Sport Institute Pacific’s Talent Development Programs (TDPs), including the Canadian Sport School, and the new Cycling Endurance Talent Development program – based on their test scores during the talent identification camp. The TDPs are designed to propel athletes from their developmental stages to the Olympic podium.
All of the athletes who participate in Victoria’s upcoming PODIUM SEARCH will experience a number of different testing protocols that are similar to those used by athletes on Canada’s national teams. Each participant will walk away with a copy of their test scores and a good understanding of what it takes to become part of Canada’s sporting elite.
In addition to being tested by world-class sport performance experts, athletes will hear the event’s keynote speaker and London 2012 Olympic silver medallist in rowing, Jeremiah Brown.
Further information on CSC Pacific’s Talent Identification programs can be found online HERE.
PODIUM SEARCH DATE & TIME:
Sunday, May 26, from 12:30 – 4:00pm
Canadian Sport Institute – PISE, 4371 Interurban Road, Victoria BC (find us on Google Maps)
Please click HERE. Please note that registration is limited to 60 athletes.
Registration deadline is midnight on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.