Latest Provincial Program News – CCSAM News Archives
The CCSAM Provincial Coach & Athlete Development Program (Provincial Development Program previously known as the High Performance Program) is a comprehensive program designed to promote excellence in the sport of cross country skiing in Manitoba. To this end, training, testing, and competition guidelines outlined in Cross Country Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development model will be followed.
CCSAM is committed to the continued development and implementation of an athlete development system in Manitoba that will provide support to clubs, club coaches and club athletes in the pursuit of sport excellence. The program is intended to function within the existing club-based system and will include components to foster coach development at training camps and at competitions.
- The CCSAM PDP is for athletes in the Train to Train (T2T) through Train to Win (T2W) stages of development. Masters athletes are not eligible.
- Train to Train athletes are typically at least 12 years of age and racing in the Midget category.
- This program is not for beginners but for athletes who have raced at least 1 full season and are committed to an annual training & competition plan managed by a personal &/or club coach.
- Athletes and parents should consult with their club coach to discuss whether or not registration in the Program is appropriate.
- Athletes must register online via the Zone4 web link provided below.
- All athletes must also be registered members in good standing of a registered CCSAM club.
- All athletes competing in the Juvenile through Senior categories and planning to race in nationally sanctioned (CCC Tier 1 or Tier 2) events, such as Nationals, Westerns, Easterns, some Ontario Cups & Alberta Cups, need to purchase or renew their CCC race license here: http://www.cccski.com/Events/ CCC LICENSES EXPIRE JULY 1st. DO NOT PURCHASE OR RENEW BEFORE THIS DATE.
- Athletes must read and understand the Athlete Registration and Agreement (Code of Conduct).
- There is no deadline for registration; however, please note that the ski season begins with dryland training in the spring. For planning, logistics & communications reasons we ask that athletes register by May 1st each year.
- Athlete Agreement & Code of Conduct – What you’ll sign when you register
- CCSAM Provincial Development Program 2017-2018
- 2017-2018 Athlete Achievement Record
- Athlete Expression of Interest – Team Trips 2017-18
- Team Trip Support Staff Expression of Interest – 2017-18
- CCSAM Sport Performance Plan 2013 – 2015
- Percent Behind Winner – Results spreadsheet
- CANADA WINTER GAMES 2019 – SELECTION POLICY
- Low Fluoro Glide Waxing Protocol
- Race Categories – 2019 Competitive Season
- Fitness Testing Policy & Procedures – Information resource for conducting CCC national strength & critical speed testing standards.
- CCC Strength Testing Protocol and Standards – updated October 2011
- CCC Critical Speed benchmarks
- CCC Critical Speed Test protocol