15 for 15’s Athlete Series – Online Athlete Development for U15 Curlers

The Ontario Curling Council is proud to be launching our 15 for 15’s Virtual Athlete Series.  We recognize that there is a lot of interest from young athletes to engage in curling and are striving to deliver as much as we can.  The 15 for 15’s Series is a series of online events directed towards U15 athletes.  The series consists of five interactive online sessions on topics that athletes can use in a Covid impacted season.  Our intention is to

Team Homan Virtual Junior Camp

  The Ontario Curling Council is proud to be helping Team Rachel Homan deliver their first ever virtual youth curling camp! The camp consists of three sessions, October 20, 21, 22 at 7:00pm EST.  Sessions include “Technical & Physical“, “Strategy” and “Team Dynamics & Mental Training“.  For more information and to register head to the Homan Camp Registration page!  Spaces are limited so don’t miss out!   Team Homan Website

Now accepting applications for Wheelchair High Performance Camp

The Ontario Curling Council with generous support from the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Curling Canada are hosting a Wheelchair High Performance Camp in Kitchener at the K-W Granite on August 12-13th. This is an invitational event for High Performance Wheelchair Teams – now that all invitations have been accepted/rejected, we have room for ONE more team to attend. Criteria: Team must consist of a minimum of three people Team must intend on playing in NOCA or OCA provincials for the 2016-2017 season

TEAM Development Camp now OPEN to all teams (including juniors) – August 13, 2016

TEAM DEVELOPMENT CAMP A CAMP DESIGNED BY YOU…FOR YOU! This unique opportunity will take place on Saturday, August 13, 2016 (9 am – 5 pm) at the K-W Granite Curling Club in Kitchener, Waterloo.  Only six teams will be accepted into the program, and will be selected by the Ontario Curling Council’s High Performance Team, based on a team’s application form (link to form below). Upon acceptance to the camp, teams will receive a Gap Analysis tool which they must complete and return,

Next Generation Program – Regional Talent ID Camps

In anticipation of a continued Next Generation Program for the 2016-2017, program criteria will require applicants to have participated in one of seven (7) Regional Talent ID Camps. Camps are open to curlers who are eligible to curl in juniors or bantams next year, and will be classified as either U21 or U18. Curlers may attend as individuals or as a team. Coaches are welcome, and Coach Professional Development opportunities will be available at all camps. Coaches should follow specific registration link below

Mixed Doubles Camps – Price Reduced – Still accepting applications

In an effort to create more interest in the Mixed Doubles Training Camps being offered this season, the Ontario Curling Council will subsidize each of the mixed doubles camps being offered this year. There is still time to register! Thunder Bay – December 5/2015 – $100.00 Grimsby – December 12/2015 – $160 (includes lunch and dinner) U21 – Toronto (Weston) – January 2/2015 – $160 (includes lunch and dinner) No minimum skill level – all are welcome No requirement to be enrolled in Mixed Doubles Provincials