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Coaches Association of Ontario Super Camp

May 22, 2014 | Uncategorized

The Coaches Association of Ontario is launching their first ever, three-day coaching development camp June 13-15th, 2014 in partnership with Olympia Sports Camp and provincial sport organizations. 

Teachers and coaches across Ontario are encouraged to visit the Coaches Ontario website to learn more about the upcoming camp and how they can get involved. This is an opportunity to improve coaching in the province on the field, on the court and in the water. 

View and download the one-page flyer by clicking this link.

The camp will be held between Muskoka lakes and promises to be a full camp experience where attendees can also use the extensive sporting facilities of the Olympia campgrounds.

Details on pricing, schedule, partners, venue, and directions can all be found here.

Register soon for Early Bird pricing!

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