Marc Schryburt is named Vice-President, Performance Services at the INS Québec
Institut national du sport du Québec – Marc Schryburt’s contagious passion for sport and for the research in excellence is palpable and greatly compatible with the INS Québec values.
Montreal, April 1, 2016 – With a diversified 30 years of experience in the field of sport in Québec, Canada, and internationally, Mr. Marc Schryburt will become the new Vice-President, Performance Services of the Institut national du sport du Québec (INS Québec). Starting in his new position on May 2nd, he will be called to collaborate with all key partners in the federal and provincial sport systems in order to contribute effectively to the performance objectives established within the different programs and projects.
“Marc Schryburt’s contagious passion for sport and for the search for excellence is palpable and greatly compatible with the INS Québec values”, states Marc Gelinas, President and CEO of the INS Québec. “His proactive approach is focused on results, collaboration, planning, and project management will contribute to the continued growth and transformation of our organization. He possesses a diversified ‘field’ experience thanks to a direct involvement in different sport disciplines and to his experience in the training of coaches.”
“To be able to devote my time to high performance athletes and coaches in their search for excellence is a great privilege and I am happy to join the INS Québec team,” commented Marc Schryburt. “To this organization and its partners, I hope to bring a uniting and respectful approach to the existing expertise. My most important task will be to allow all our specialists, working in the different athlete services, to shine and to put forward their expertise to the benefit of our athletes and coaches.”
A Graduate from Université de Montreal with a Degree in physical education, holder of a Level 4 in the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) and a diploma from the INS Québec completed in 2008, Marc Schryburt started his career in the education system for a twenty-year period as a Teacher, then as Director in a high school. He also coached in six different sports, including football where he coached for 21 years (six of those were full-time in university football). He was also associated with the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) and its programs for 15 years, especially as a Learning Facilitator, as a Master Learning Facilitator, as the Director of finance and administration, as the Chief Operating Officer and the Director of International Programs.
The creation of the Vice-President, Performance Services, became necessary because of the growth and diversification of performance services sectors dedicated to the needs of athletes, coaches and service providers. This will allow INS Québec to continue adjustments aimed at increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of its services to high performance athletes and coaches as well as to the sport community. INS Québec to increase its focus on implementing an integrated multidisciplinary approach, centred on high performance athletes’ and coaches’ needs.
À propos de l’Institut national du sport du Québec
INSPIRING EXCELLENCE! Headquartered at its new complex in the heart of the Olympic Park in Montréal, the Institut national du sport du Québec (INS Québec) is a private organization whose vision is to provide all Québec’s high-performance athletes and coaches with world class resources. As a key partner in the sport systems of both Québec and Canada, INS Québec serves nearly 500 high-performance athletes and over 900 coaches; it is part of a national network of four institutes and three multi-sport centres and of a provincial network that currently includes seven regional multi-sport training centres and 17 single-sport training centres. The Institute is supported by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport, Sport Canada, Own the Podium, the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Olympic Foundation, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and the Coaching Association of Canada, and by private-sector partners such as CISCO, Bell, AQUAM, Mondo, Teknion | Roy & Breton, Côté Fleury and Inaxsys.
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