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    January 1, 2014

    Canada Basketball Centre for Performance



    The Canada Basketball/Basketball Manitoba Center for Performance Program is a regional training centre designed to bring together male (ages 12-15) and female (ages 12-17) Canadian basketball athletes.  The program targets high potential athletes and provides them with advanced level training and experiences to help them develop into an elite level basketball player. 

    Basketball Manitoba gratefully acknowledges the support of the Sport Medicine Council of Manitoba to the Centre for Performance Program!



     
    PARENTS - Request your official Child Fitness Tax Credit Receipt from Basketball Manitoba from the current tax year for payments made to this program! 
     

    MALE PROGRAM INFORMATION

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    2016-17 Canada Basketball Centre for Performance Program - Manitoba Region


    Male Roster



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    NAMEYEAR
    Addis Hewitt-Mogess2002
    Brendan Amoyaw2004
    Dontee Cameron2003
    Dorian Peiluck2002
    Elijah Grant2003
    Indi Agar2003
    James Rae2003
    Jesse Fedak2002
    Jonam Kazadi2002
    Logan Kraus2003
    Lota Offor2003
    Marco Guaring2004
    Mason Kraus2002
    Matthew Foreman2002
    Mekhi Lisan2004
    Ose Izokun2002
    Sam Jensen2002
    Tyson Surinx2003
    Zach Wynne2002



    Coaches
    • Dan Becker - Head Coach
    • Eric Sung - Assistant Coach
    • Jon Lundgren - Assistant Coach
    • Nick Lother - Assistant Coach





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    Female Rosters

    17U FEMALE CENTRE FOR PERFORMANCE ROSTER

      #NameHeight
      0Raizel Guinto5' 5"
      1Alexis Garcia5' 3"
      2Kayla Dao5' 9"
      3Sonum Sidhu5' 8"
      4Emily Dewey6' 1"
      5Lauren Bartlett5' 3"
      6Robyn Boulanger5' 5"
      7Dana Inglis6' 6"
      8Emily Johnson5' 11"
      9Vanessa Lee5' 8"
      10Deborah Nkiasi-Kuku6' 0"
      12Tania Wallack5' 10"
      13Mikayla Funk6' 3"
      14Niyah Becker6' 2"
      15Autumn Agar6' 1"
      20Claire Signatovich6' 1"
      21Amei Grant5' 7"
      23Emerson Martin6' 2"
      24Lana Shypit5' 9"
      30Anna Kernaghan5' 9"
        15U FEMALE CENTRE FOR PERFORMANCE

        #NameHeight
        0Treyah Paquette5' 1"
        1Maltha Uwambajimana5' 5"
        2Brooke Kozielec5' 8"
        5Olivia Weekes5' 5"
        6Brooke Rivard5' 2"
        7Izabella Marquez5' 11"
        8Delaney Galera5' 3"
        9Beth Dueck5' 9"
        10Abby Smith6' 1"
        11Ayva Khan5' 9"
        12Nikki Gebken5' 7"
        13Shangavi Loganathan5' 9"
        14Breanna Amoyaw5' 8"
        17McKenna Filewich6' 0"
        18Lauren Cogan5' 6"
        22Alycia Sosnowski5' 9"
        23Kira Penner5' 8"
        27Kayla Feasey6' 0"
        28Sarah Sired5' 9"
        35Alyssa Porco5' 10"
        41Leah Ross5' 11"

          Coaches
          • Randy Kusano
          • Alyssa Grant
          • Mike Tan
          • Stacy Hawash
          • Darren Sampson
          • Maggie Hiebert
          • Stephen Ralko

          Michael Tan 





          Male and female athletes from Manitoba are identified on an annual basis to participate in the Manitoba Region Centre for Performance training programs. The program is directed at training athletes. The program runs from September to December before pausing for the school season. There will be classroom sessions in January and February before the program wraps up in early April leading into the 15U Provincial Team spring try-outs.

          The female program will also have an expanded competiton component added to the program with addionial games through out-of-province tournaments and other exhibiton games to add to the training component.


          More Information

          What is Canada Basketball’s Centres For Performance Program?
          • Canada Basketball’s Centres for/de Performance (CP) program is an elite program for players and coaches designed to teach individual offensive and team fundamentals while also presenting aspects of sports science that are necessary to become a high level player and coach.
          • The Centres for Performance program is the key component of Canada Basketball’s national player and coach identification and development strategy.
          • Canada Basketball’s – Centres for Performance program was established because of an identified need for a more systematic, thorough and unified national approach to identify and develop outstanding junior basketball players in every province and territory in Canada. It was also identified that a network of coaches be established and continuing development of this network of coaches be undertaken to ensure the thorough and contemporary delivery of the technical program to the athletes.
          • Our vision is to become a world leader in basketball development.

          How Does Canada Basketball’s – Centres For Performance Program Work?
          • The Centres for Performance program is a nationally directed initiative which is delivered through the provinces/territories in partnership with the Canadian Sports Centres across Canada.  The Center For Performance is the start of the National Team identification pathway for athletes.
          • The program offers highly qualified coaching staff trained with National Team curriculum to work with participants between the ages of 12 to 15.
          • The program has a heavy emphasis on developing individual fundamentals and also teaches team principles of play.
          • Players receive education on sports nutrition, psychology, strength, agility and physical testing.

          What does the CP provide?
          • Individual skill development
          • Team concepts development
          • Strength and agility education development
          • Sports nutrition education
          • Sports psychology education
          • Sports injuries management/education
          • Development of applied, practical coaching techniques
          • Time management, planning and personal development skills
          • Canadian and international professional development opportunities for coaches
          • Interactive and positive learning environment

           

          Contact

          Contact Dan Becker for more information on the Centre for Performance Program.
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