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National Teams / High Performance Program


We are delighted to present our three national teams and coaches.
We will keep you informed on new recruits and how to become an athlete of the national team.
What are the responsibilities, tasks and benefits as an athlete or coach of the national team?
We will follow the new national broomball teams during the 2014 - 2015 season.

Men: Pogos Rancuniers, winners of the 2014 Senior Men's Canadian National Broomball Championships in Calgary, Alberta

Pogos Rancuniers

Frédéric Barbeau Martin Bisson Nicolas Côté Danny Decourval
Frédéric Barbeau Martin Bisson Nicolas Côté Danny Decourval
Maxime Dugas Missing Benoît Hugron François Jobin
Maxime Dugas Hugo Grenon Benoît Hugron François Jobin
Missing Pierre-Édouard Lemelin Carl Marineau Yan Marineau
Mathieu Lebrun Pierre-Édouard Lemelin Carl Marineau Yan Marineau
Pierre Messier Maxime Plamondon Jonathan Rake Francois Rocheleau
Pierre Messier Maxime Plamondon Jonathan Rake Francois Rocheleau
Missing Missing James Martel
George Spiliadis Martin Veillette James Martel

Women: The Huskies, winners of the 2014 Senior Women's Canadian National Broomball Championships in Calgary, Alberta

The Huskies

Isabelle Boileau Cynthia Bourgon-Touchette Amélie Couture Lyne Couture
Isabelle Boileau Cynthia Bourgon-Touchette Amélie Couture Lyne Couture
Michèle Couture Missing Alexia Dupras Gabrielle Gauvin
Michèle Couture Lucie Dumais Alexia Dupras Gabrielle Gauvin
Missing Geneviève Hardy Catherine Labbé Geneviève Lafaille
Marilyne Groulx Geneviève Hardy Catherine Labbé Geneviève Lafaille
Isabelle Lamarre Sophia Papafotiou Missing Missing
Isabelle Lamarre Sophia Papafotiou Carolane Papillon-Bourdelais Sandrine Papillon-Bourdelais
Missing Eric Lelievre
Marie-Pier St-Denis Eric Lelievre


Mixed: Broom-Shak, winners of the 2014 Mixed Canadian National Broomball Championships in Calgary, Alberta

Broomshak

Camille Bournival Gabriel Boutin Missing Missing
Camille Bournival Gabriel Boutin Lucie Bouvet Cendrine Chouinard
Missing Missing Annabelle Côté Simon Dufresne
Pierre-Olivier Chouinard Serge Chouinard Annabelle Côté Simon Dufresne
Félix Guévin Missing Missing Missing
Félix Guévin Jonathan Lavoie Stéphane Malenfant Amélie Marquette
Alex B. Perreault Chloé Perreault Normand Perreault Missing
Alex B. Perreault Chloé Perreault Normand Perreault Steve Plourde
Olivier Racine Missing
Olivier Racine Danielle Thibodeau

Follow the national teams during the 2014-2015 season.

August 24: Barbecue and match Military College St-Jean-sur-Richelieu

  • To mark a bright and sunny Sunday in August, we invited all national teams to meet with the balloon military team on ice Fort St. John and coaches training BGE (Balloon ice excellence.)
  • We played a friendly match and took advantage of a nice barbecue.
  • Hats and handshakes were exchanged and speeches were heard
  • Take a look at some of the pictures we took that day!

October 4: First test of national teams, at ETS of Montreal, (a big thank you to Danny De Courval and ETS)

  • 26 athletes (out of 56) from the 3 national teams came undertaking tests
  • Danny De Courval the men's team opened the gym for the occasion and provided advanced equipment
  • 7 tests were administered: Race 40 m (20 m chrono), shuttle run, running T, flexed shoulder, bent legs, core strength, vertical jump
  • Very good results for our national team athletes, even if we are at the beginning of the season
  • A second test will be conducted in late February or early March 2015 to assess possible improvement.

From June to October: ABR (annual training plans) have been prepared by the coaches of the national team and the High Performance Director (to do this, conference calls, e-mails and in-person meetings were held)

  • After the first test, we asked each athlete to know its goals / objectives in five areas: physical objectives, technical objectives, tactics, goals, objectives, and finally psychological performance targets. These were reviewed by their coaches and used to write their PEA subgroups.
  • The competition schedule has been determined for each team.
  • Each national team was divided into 3 subgroups. Each group had a specific PEA, so that each athlete would have a personalized annual plan.
    3 micro-cycles subgroup were created, and up to 27 micro-cycles (3 teams, 3 subgroups team and 3 microphones subgroups = 27 mics) are now available for coaches and athletes.
  • Because this is the first year of our national team and the high performance program, this is more test bases to apply the best methods available. At the end of this year we will be able to judge and possibly adjust if necessary.

November 2014: World Championship in Japan

  • Only a few athletes from the national teams traveled to Japan for the World Championship
  • This activity / event is self-financing very expensive for those who wished to participate
  • The results of these athletes are on the Statistics page of our website
  • Photos will be available soon

National Team Policy and Action Plan



This publication comes from the Canadian Broomball Federation web site.
http://www.broomball.ca