CANADIAN SPORT INSTITUTE ONTARIO UNVEILS NEW PROMO VIDEO

Thursday, November 24, 2016

For Immediate Release

TORONTO (November 24, 2016) - Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is thrilled to unveil its brand new promotional video available on CSIO’s website and social media channels – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Showcasing its world-class sport institute facilities and state-of-the-art equipment, the video provides an in-depth look at CSIO’s main office and training facility at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre and its satellite office and training hub at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre.

The video features CSIO’s expert staff of sport science and sport medicine practitioners in action, working with and supporting our Canadian athletes as they strive to be “her strongest, his swiftest and their best.”

Highlights from some of the great Canadian performances at the Toronto 2015 Pan / Parapan Am Games can also be seen throughout the video.

A big thank you to all of the athletes, coaches and CSIO staff who took part and assisted with the filming. Thank you as well to our production company Gleam Media Inc. for their excellent work on this project.

A French language version of the video will be available in the coming weeks.

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About Canadian Sport Institute Ontario

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is a non-profit organization committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing world-class programs, services, and leadership to high performance athletes and coaches to enhance their ability to achieve international podium performances. CSIO offers athletes a range of sport science and sport medicine services including nutrition, physiology, biomechanics, strength & conditioning, mental performance, sport therapy and life services. CSIO also delivers programming and services to National and Provincial Sport Organizations and coaches to work towards building a stronger sport system in Ontario and Canada.

CSIO services approximately 700 high performance athletes and 250 coaches, at its main facility at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, its satellite location at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, and in daily training environments across Ontario. CSIO is part of a larger network of 4 institutes and 3 multi-sport centres across the country known as the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, working in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee. CSIO is further supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Sport Canada, Own the Podium, and the Coaching Association of Canada, along with the National and Provincial Sport Organizations within the sector.  www.csiontario.ca   

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Media Contact:
Laura Albright, Senior Communications Coordinator
Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
Tel: 416.596.1240 Ext. 238
Email: lalbright@csiontario.ca 
www.csiontario.ca    

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