Date: May 11 2013, 1 pm – 9 pm.
Location: Delta Toronto Airport West – 5444 Dixie Road, Mississauga, L4W 2L2
1:00 pm: Session A –AIBA new rules, Bill S209, Constitution and Own The Podium – Boxing Canada – Robert Crete
Over the past few months you have heard of the possible rule changes AIBA has been working on. On March 11, AIBA posted the NEW rules that will be in effect June 1, 2013. Some countries have already implemented the new rules, and here in Canada, they will go into effect June 1, 2013. I would encourage you to come to this session to hear about this, many other things that effect our sport!
2:00 pm: Session B – High Performance Sport – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario – Sheila Galloway
Sheila Galloway is an esteemed speaker who will shed light on the idea of further developing our athlete pathway and our work towards seamless PSO-NSO alignment. She will continue off of Robert Crete’s talk with respect to the influx of some Own The Podium funding and the fit of our programming and potential impacts to our provincial programming.
3:00 pm: Session C – Risk Management & Insurance – Nancy Au & Brandy Tanenbaum
Brandy Tanenbaum, H.BA, CRM is the Program Coordinator at Sunnybrook RBC First Office for Injury Prevention. Brandy will bring information on how Parents, coaches and trainers can make decisions that impact young lives with short‐term or long-term health consequences. The field of injury prevention has been successful when it uses the study of behaviour and the incorporation of models and theories.Nancy Au, BBA, FCIP, RIBO, CRM is the Vice President Sports & Recreation & Corporate Insurance Advisor for Pearson Dunn who is our long time provider. She will speak to the ins and outs of our insurance and provide answer to the membership pressing questions.
4:00 pm: Session D – Injury Prevention and Recovery Time – Ron Angus (Judo Coach)
Ron will speak about the Injury Prevention and Recovery Time NCCP course and offer stories as an elite athlete how to Identify common injuries in sport and develop appropriate prevention and recovery strategies to keep your athletes injury-free during training and competition. Also some valuable information and guidance on hydration, nutrition and sleep as they relate to injury prevention; how to choose skills and drills that help athletes perform appropriate warm-ups and cool-downs; and Implement recovery and regeneration techniques to help an athlete maintain or return to optimal performance post injury.
5:00 pm: Coaches and Officials Meeting
This is a very important year for all our sport and thus a very important time for our Coaches and Officials to meet. We want to work together to develop our sport pathways towards excellence.
6:00 to 9:00 pm: Awards Dinner Also very important: we have awards for the following categories
· Coach of the Year
· Volunteer of the Year
· Official of the Year
· Presidents Cup
8pm– Key Note: Dr Greg Wells – The Science of Extreme Human Physiology
In this talk Dr. Wells examines the keys to optimal preparation & performance for athletes.
· Male Athlete of the year
· Female Athlete of the year
· Legend Ring of Fame inductee
We encourage all members to attend the dinner in a night of recognition for the accomplishments of these individuals and all that they have done for the sport of amateur boxing. Also there will be a very special guest speaker, Dr Greg Wells to talk about the science of extreme human physiology. The cost of the awards dinner is 25 dollars and your support will be greatly appreciated. To book your ticket please call boxing Ontario’s main office at (416) 426-7250. Hope to see you there.
Annual General Meeting – Sunday May 12, 2013
Delta Toronto Airport West: 5444 Dixie Road Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2L2 Canada
9:00am – Roll Call
Period of Remembrance:
o George Frazer former Official from Ontario
o Timothy Smith former Athlete from Ontario
o Billy Downy former National Team member from Ontario
Introduction of Guests
9:20am – 9:25am Approval/