Reminder: Athlete Services Program Change - Effective April 1st!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

As of April 1, 2014 there will be several changes to the current Athlete Services Program which supports Ontario’s Sport Canada carded athletes. We will no longer be providing the 12 credit allowance for sport medicine services and as such will no longer maintain a network of dedicated service providers. Instead, we will offer a Bronze CAIP (Canadian Athlete Insurance Program) Insurance Package which will allow athletes to utilize any service provider they prefer. There are a few other minor alterations to the program including access to the new CSIO Strength Training Area at the Toronto Pan Am Sport Centre beginning Fall of 2014.

For more information please see the Athlete Services Program Guide and FAQ below.
Athlete Services Program Guide - ENGLISH | Athlete Services Program Guide - FRENCH

Click here to view the Athlete Services Program Changes FAQ..

Questions? Please contact Jennifer Stairs - Coordinator, Performance Services by email at jstairs@csiontario.ca or by phone at 416.426.7046.

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