Performance Coaching Joins the CSIO Team

Thursday, November 14, 2013

The Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) and Performance Coaching Inc. (PCI) are joining together to provide Canadian athletes and coaches with the tools they need to win against the best in the world. PCI will bring more than 25 years of expertise in sports psychology services to CSIO athletes.

“At the CSIO we are committed to giving Canadian athletes and coaches an edge,” said Debbie Low, President and CEO CSIO. “This new partnership with Performance Coaching Inc. will provide our coaches and athletes with world-class sport psychology and leadership development services that position them for podium finishes.”

Elements of the partnership will include tailored one-on-one mental preparation support for CSIO carded athletes, Coach Development programs and workshops targeted to CIBC Team Next athletes.

“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with the CSIO - the centre of gravity for enabling exceptional Canadian sport performances on the world stage”, said Dane Jensen, COO, Performance Coaching.

“Over 25 years, we have supported more than 70 Canadian athletes and coaches achieve Olympic podium performances by getting their best out under pressure, and we look forward to combining our expertise with CSIO’s leading edge approach to athlete and coach development.”

Learn more on Performance Coaching - visit http://www.performancecoaching.ca/.

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