Opportunity for media to meet CSI Calgary Olympians: What’s next?
Canadian Sport Institute Calgary
Media opportunity to meet and interview CSI Calgary Rio Olympic athletes including medalists Allison Beveridge and Erica Wiebe.
Wednesday August 31, 2016 10:00am
Canadian Sport Institute Calgary, Markin MacPhail Centre #250, 151 Canada Olympic Road SW Calgary, Alberta.
About the Event:
In the days following the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, the Game Plan program is more important than ever. It is Canada’s total athlete wellness program supporting national team athletes during and after their sport careers. Post Games is often a time of celebration but for many athletes it is also a period of uncertainty. “After the Games, there is always a lot of attention on ‘what’s next’ for athletes,” says Cara Button, CSI Calgary’s Game Plan Advisor. “Many athletes retire at this point in their career, others are often undecided. Game Plan aims to support athletes in this transition by providing tools and support athletes need to be successful in and out of sport.”
Game Plan is supported by the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee, Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, Sport Canada and powered by Deloitte. For more information visit www.mygameplan.ca.
About the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary
The Canadian Sport Institute Calgary provides world-class training environments in Alberta. With the support of our partners, we deliver leading sport science and medicine, coaching education and life services to help Canada’s high performance athletes achieve Olympic and Paralympic podium performances. Please visit: www.csicalgary.ca
For more information contact Cara Button at email@example.com, C 403.830.4101