CSIO Featured On Breakfast Television

Friday, November 14, 2014

CSIO was featured on Breakfast Television’s LiveEye segments with Jennifer Valentyne this morning (November 14) in conjunction with the CIBC Team Next program. All 67 CIBC Team Next athletes from across Canada were invited to Toronto this weekend for their annual CIBC Team Next Forum which takes place at CSIO and our new home at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC).

Here is a list of what was included in the broadcast:

Segment #1 - TPASC Field House: WATCH NOW!
Kick off with CIBC Team Next mentor in the TPASC Field House explaining how venues like the CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Aquatics Centre and Field House (to be called TPASC post-Games) will help keep Canadian kids engaged in sport.

Segment #2 - CSIO Strength & Conditioning Area: WATCH NOW!
CSIO CEO Debbie Low will give a brief overview of the new CSIO facilities. CIBC Team Next athletes will showcase some of the strength and conditioning equipment in the background while CSIO’s Sport Lab Manager Elton Fernandes operates the Woodway Blade treadmill, explaining how it works while para-athletes demonstrate.

Segment #3 - CSIO Track/TPASC Track: WATCH NOW!
CIBC Team Next will showcase how to get a quick start with a starting blocks demo and CSIO Sport Scientist Devon Frayne will explain the use and importance of force plates.

Segment #4 - TPASC Pool Deck/Dive Tank: WATCH NOW!
CIBC Team Next diving athletes will showcase some of their dives and chat about competing in Canada and what it feels like to be in the pool they will be diving in during TO2015.

Segment #5 - CSIO Sport Performance Kitchen: WATCH NOW!
CSIO Sport Nutritionist Nicole Springle will talk about the importance of nutrition for athletes and prepare a recovery snack recipe for the CIBC Team Next Athletes to sample.

Click here for the Granola Bar Recipe from today’s broadcast.

Click here to view Photos from behind the scenes of the Breakfast Television broadcast.

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