CSIO Has Moved!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario has moved into its new home at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC)!

Our new state-of-the-art sport institute is over 23,000 sqft of dedicated space to better support and service Ontario’s high performance athletes and coaches!

NEW CSIO CONTACT INFORMATION:
Please note, the TPASC facility will be closed during the month of August and will open to the public on September 2nd, 2014.

During the month of August, we will have limited access to phone and internet. We appreciate your patience with us as we work to have IT set-up and restored to normal service as quickly as possible.

Our new address is:
Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
875 Morningside Avenue, Suite 100
Toronto, ON M1C 0C7

As well, CSIO will have a new main phone number: 416-596-1240 with staff-specific telephone extensions and our fax number to follow. CSIO email addresses will remain the same.

WHAT DOES CSIO’S NEW WORLD-CLASS SPORT INSTITUTE INCLUDE?

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  • A fully-equipped Sport Performance Lab
  • 5000 sqft Strength & Conditioning Training Area
  • Biomechanics Suite, complete with a 3 lane x 35m track which opens up to an additional 50m track
  • Multi-Directional Training Area featuring an oversized treadmill embedded in the floor for easy accessibility for para-athletes
  • Altitude Chamber
  • Recovery & Regeneration Centre, including a HydroWorx 2000 pool with movable floor, treadmill and resistance jets, and full biomechanical video analysis
  • Sport Nutrition Kitchen with instructional and training cooking stations
  • Athlete Lounge and Recovery Kitchen
  • CSIO Administrative Offices, including meeting rooms, boardrooms and education centre

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WHAT OTHER FEATURES ARE AVAILABLE AT TPASC?

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Aquatics Centre:
  • Competition Pool - 52m x 25m, 10 lanes, 3m depth
  • Training Pool - 52m x 25m, 10 lanes, 2.5m depth, moveable floor
  • Diving Tank - 25m x 21m, 3, 5, 7.5, 10 springboardsli>
  • Swim Warm Up/Training Area - 2,000 sqft
  • Dive Dryland Training area - 4,000 sqft

Field House:

  • 2 x FIBA sprung wood floors
  • 2 x All-purpose courts
  • 200m Jogging track with Mondo surface

Other Features:

  • Club Offices
  • Sport Medicine Clinic
  • 2 Teaching/Fitness Studios
  • Weight and Conditioning Centre
  • Climbing Wall

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For further details on our new world-class sport institute and the state-of-the-art equipment and services that are available, check out our CSIO Pamphlet:

CSIO Pamphlet - ENGLISH | CSIO Pamphlet- FRENCH

We look forward to welcoming you to our new home over the coming months!

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