For the 2017-2018 Season, the Ontario Curling Council has gained entry as a Tier 3 Sport into the prestigious Ontario High Performance Sport Initiative (OHPSI) offered by the Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario (CSIO). As a result of programming support through the OHPSI, the OCC is expanding our successful Next Gen Program to include Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles teams, this program will be referred to as the Next Gen Elite Program. About the CSIO Mission
After an incredibly successful 2016-2017 season by Next Gen Program athletes, the OCC made the decision to expand the Next Gen Program for the 2017-2018 season. A total of four men’s teams and four women’s teams will be serviced through the program. The OCC is pleased to announce the following teams will be part of their 2017-2018 Program: Next Gen Elite Program Team Tanner Horgan (NOCA) Team Megan Smith (NOCA) U18/U21 Next Gen Program Women’s Teams Team Emma Wallingford (OCA) Team Bella Croisier (NOCA) Team Kayla Gray (OCA
Applications are now being accepted for OCC’s most popular development program – the U18/U21 Next Gen Program. We have expanded the program where the top male and top female team applying to the U18/U21 Program will move into the Next Gen Elite Program which will be delivered in partnership with the Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario. Complete program details, applications and rankings can be found here. Application deadline is June 19, 2107 at 12:00 pm EST. Late applications will not be accepted.
The Ontario Curling Council wishes to thank all of the teams who applied to the Next Generation Program. The number of teams who applied increased over last year and it is clear the future of curling in Ontario is bright as proven by the quality of the applications. Congratulations to the following teams who have been accepted into the program for the period of July 1, 2016-March 31, 2017: Team Tanner Horgan, Sudbury Team Kira Brunton, Sudbury Team Josh Leung, Whitby Team Mackenzie
Applications are now being accepted for the Ontario Curling Council`s 2016-2017 Next Generation Program. Check out all the details here. The application deadline for next season’s Next Generation program is June 20, 2016 at 12:00 pm EST.
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