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The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre will be hosting its third public High Performance clinic for club curlers on Saturday, October 13 2012 at the Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club.
The camp will offer club curlers of all ages and skill levels the knowledge they need to perform better and have a strong foundation for the beginning of the year. Instructors at the camp are Laurier Golden Hawks High Performance Centre coaches and athletes. This is your chance to “improve your game” before the curling season is really underway.
Instruction will be provided by the High Performance Centre’s coaches and athletes on various topics, including sessions on setup/balance/line of delivery, split timing, grips and releases, sweeping, video analysis, and strategy.
Lunch will be provided.
Sessions begin at 9:00am sharp (registration at 8:30) and run until 3:00pm that afternoon.
Contact Karen at the K-W Granite Club at email@example.com to reserve your spot. Register early: last year’s clinics sold out quickly.
The crowd is hushed, no one willing to take a breath for fear of missing the shot to win the World Championship. Only one brave soul is willing to take that breath because they have prepared for this moment. Shot after shot, following the process that would lead to success. They have prepared for this Continue Reading
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.
The Ontario Curling Association plans to hold a high-performance bantam curling camp at the Guelph Curling Club during the weekend of September 8-9 2012. Included in the two-day camp will be sessions on: Strategy; Mental skills training; Video analysis; and On- and off-ice individual and team skills development. and the sessions will be run by Continue Reading
The Golden Hawks Curling High Performance Centre would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Elaine Dagg-Jackson of Victoria, BC for becoming the first curling coach in Canada to achieve Level 5 NCCP certification. Elaine Dagg-Jackson is the Canadian national and Olympic curling coach on the women’s side. She has coached at 16 world championships Continue Reading
This past Saturday, 7 April 2012 the Golden Hawks Curling HPC hosted the inaugural bantam-age talent identification camp at the Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club. Thirty bantam-aged players, all from the top bantam boys and girls teams in Ontario, participated. Girls rinks included Chelsea Brandwood, Kim Gannon, Samantha Morris and Molly Greenwood, while boys rinks included Connor Continue Reading