Please welcome our new Executive Director Mr. Dick Woldring
BC Wrestling has contracted with Mr. Dick Woldring as a management consultant and Executive Director as of December 1st 2013. Mr Woldring has had an extensive career in not for profit management having served as the BC Rugby Union Executive Director from 1995 to 2004and working as the lead staff members and Coordinator of the MoreSports/Yell programs for the last 10 years in Vancouver. Mr. Woldring will be providing services on a part time basis to the BCWA as well as continuing with the MoreSports/Yell projects in Vancouver on a part time basis. He can be reached at his work/cell number 604-803-8815 or at email@example.com. For anyone interested in a longer bio on Mr. Woldring please visit his company website at www.woldringconsulting.com
2013 AGM Minutes now posted - see "About Us" - "Planning and Policies" New
*See The Official's or the Coaches Page for the 2013-2014 New CAWA Rule Books*
Team BC and Elite Girls High School Practices: Tuesdays: 4:00 - 6:00 pm @ SFU Burnaby
2013 Canada Summer Games - Team BC Men's Plan
The goals of the Canada Games Men's Team is not only to win but to enhance participation of numerous athletes throughout the province allowing opportunity to make the provincial team. The goals include reaching the podium individually as well as in the team competition. From a technical sense, the activities in preparation include numerous high level training camps and competitions.
The preparation of athletes and the selection of Team BC includes:
The Team BC Women's plan is about assembling the best team of athletes to represent British Columbia at the 2013 Canada Summer Games in Sherbrook, QC. It is about setting performance goals that allow BC Wrestling to gauge how our female provincial level athletes are progressing along the high-perforamnce pathway and how our IPS (integrated performance system) is supporting development and enabling athletes to reach their goals.
Through a plan of:
Talent Identification Activities
Specific Training Opportunities
Targetted Competitions, and
Selection Criteria and Process
The outcome is to send the best prepared women's team capable of:
competing to the best of their ability
achieving personal bests and podium performances
helping Team BC achieve its flag point and medal targets, are achievable.