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The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre will be hosting its first anchor team camp the weekend of September 28-29 at the Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club.
Entitled “The 12 Steps to Success”, the camp will offer the High Performance Centre’s anchor teams instruction in various topics, including sessions on nutrition, pre-shot routines, performance psychology, sweeping, delivery technique, and strategy. Sessions will be conducted by several High Performance Centre coaches and staff, including HPC Director Gary Crossley, Maurice Wilson, and Jill Tracey of Wilfrid Laurier University. In addition, a number of guest instructors have been invited to participate at the camp, including Cindy Bishop, Amy Ballantyne and Denise Davis-Gains.
- Friday, September 28 2012: Sessions begin at 7:00pm sharp and run until 10:15pm that evening.
- Saturday, September 29 2012: Sessions begin at 8:30am and run until 5:45pm.
I am an assistant professor in Kinesiology & Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University. In addition to my academic responsibilities I work as a performance enhancement consultant working with individual athletes as well as teams in many areas of mental skills and performance enhancement. I have been working with athletes for 15 years from numerous Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre is pleased to welcome Dr. Jill Tracey to the Centre’s coaching staff. Dr. Tracey instructs sport psychology for the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University and will act in a consulting capacity in the critical area of mental skills preparation for high performance athletes.
Coaches at the Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre include: Gary Crossley: Director of the Golden Hawks Curling HPC, Gary is a certified Level 3 CCA coach and has coached a variety of sports, including track and field, for over three decades. Gary is the head coach of the Wilfrid Laurier University curling program for Continue Reading