About: Gary Crossley
Gary Crossley is the head coach of the Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks Curling Program and the Director of the Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre. He is a learning facilitator for the Ontario Curling Association and the Coaching Association of Ontario, and in addition is a high performance camp instructor as well as an instructor at the annual Trillium Curling Camp.
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The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre is looking to continue to improve the effectiveness of its service delivery to the performance-minded curling community. To reach that objective means that a wide variety of services will have to be made available to competitive teams and coaches on an ongoing basis. By anchoring your team out Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre was pleased to host the second “Podium Project” at the Kitchener Waterloo Granite Club on March 29th and 30th. Fully funded by “Own the Podium”, the Podium Project is directed at Ontario’s Bantam age curlers and is intended to begin the process of both identifying and tracking the Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks High Performance Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc Bernard as a member of the HPC team. In addition to his status as a Certified Competition Coach in curling, and as a Junior coach at the Elmira and District Curling Club, Marc is a software specialist at AGFA Healthcare in Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre is pleased to announce that Amy Ballantyne has become the newest member of the Centre’s team. Amy will offer support in the area of high performance nutrition and safe supplementation practices for High Performance Centre athletes. A former WLU athlete and graduate of the Wilfrid Laurier University Kinesiology Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre is pleased to announce the addition of one of this country’s most respected curling authorities, Jim Waite, to the HPC staff. Jim, who served as one of Canada’s 2010 Olympic Team Coaches, will serve as the liaison between the High Performance Centre and both the Canadian and Ontario Continue Reading
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