November 21, 2009 – The Canadian Cycling Association is proud to announce the appointment of Adam Muys as National BMX Coach. Through collaboration between Cycling BC and the Canadian Cycling Association Adam brings to our BMX national program a great deal of experience and expertise.
Muys will be in charge of planning and implementing our National BMX program and ensuring that our up and coming and top athletes have as many training camp and competition opportunities to contribute to our athletes becoming some of the best BMX athletes in the world.
The Canadian Cycling Association is also proud to announce the appointment of Sebastien Travers as assistant development para-cycling Coach.
Sebastien comes to us with great coaching and teaching skills from working in the school sport programs in Cowansville, Quebec, from acquiring a degree in kinesiology, from being a level 4 certified coach and from working as a provincial cycling coach in Quebec.
Travers will be working closely with the Head para-cycling coach to ensure seamless progression from the time athletes are identified to the time they graduate to the High performance level. The assistant development para-cycling coach will also ensure that talent ID initiatives are developed and maintained at the provincial level to ensure an increased para-cycling athlete talent pool.
We are confident that the nomination of Sebastien Travers into this position will contribute greatly in our goal of hoisting and maintaining Canada as a leader in the para-cycling world.