Weekly Division Update April 7
Nordiq Canada Names Robin McKeever New Head Coach of National Ski Team’s Olympic Program
Olympian Chris Jeffries transitions into full-time High Performance Director role focused on strengthening athlete pathway to deliver podium performances
Following 12 years of coaching Canada’s highly decorated Para-Nordic skiers, Robin McKeever will take the head coaching reigns of the National Ski Team’s Olympic stream program.
Jeffries brings more than two decades of experience with him to the national program as a high-performance athlete and coach working at all levels in the athlete pathway and as a national training centre program director. Originally from Chelsea, Que., Jeffries’ intimate knowledge of the high-performance system, divisions and club systems in Canada runs deep.
Pierre-Harvey National Training Centre (CNEPH)
Call for Candidates 2022-2023
Deadline: April 15, 2022
The Pierre-Harvey National Training Centre (CNEPH) has the mandate to develop athletes at the World Cup level, by supervising a limited group of athletes over a period of 12 months through the national program. In collaboration with Ski de fond Québec, the Centre also helps to develop the next generation of Québec athletes with a provincial program. The program allows the best junior athletes from the clubs to train in Mont-Sainte-Anne alongside the CNEPH team, during a period varying from 2 to 5 months (June to October). The Centre’s coaches will take charge of the selected athletes and will build an individualized program for each, in collaboration with the coach of each athlete’s club.
The application period ends on April 15 for both programs.
2022 Canadian Cross Country Ski Championships FootageAll of the unedited video files from the 2022 Canadian Cross Country Ski Championships can be found via dropbox file below. Feel free to use the video for any purpose, and to share with clubs, athletes, etc. Please credit Nordiq Canada when using this footage.