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Windsorite to Lead Team Canada to Nationals and World Championships

St. Clair College Sport Management Students to Enable Tournament’s Success

Windsor, ON. Dodgeball Canada is pleased to announce that Windsorite Jeremy Renaud has been appointed to the role of General Manager. As part of Renaud’s role, he will be responsible for
overseeing Team Canada’s participation at Nationals (
June 16-19, 2022) and World’s (August 28 to September 4, 2022), which will take place at the Saville Community Sports Centre (The University of Alberta).

“We are thrilled to welcome Jeremy to Dodgeball Canada,” says President Duane Wysynski. “Jeremy has already been playing a dual role on both the national team side and tournament one as Canada prepares to host both events in Edmonton this Summer.”

For Renaud who comes from a very extensive background in sport at the regional, provincial, national and international level; both as a past multi-sport athlete and current sports administrator, notes that this is a dream come true.

 “I am very honoured and excited to lead Team Canada to the highest apex of the medals podium in collaboration with our 6 nationals teams’ coaches and athletes,” says Renaud.

Renaud is currently a Professor of Sport and Recreation Management within the Zekelman School of Business & Information Technology at St. Clair College, the Esports Coordinator under Student Success & Leadership Centre at the University of Windsor and General Manager for Canada’s National Sports Card & Memorabilia Expo. In his spare time, he volunteers in the local area sports community through to the MLSE Foundation.

Renaud will also be joined by two local area students, Eric Dominguez and Christian Oomen, both of whom are students within Renaud’s sport and recreation management classes at St. Clair College.
Dominguez will be interning at Dodgeball Canada as a marketing and operations coordinator to support National and World events while Oomen will be the Assistant to the General Manager with direct involvement in Team’s Canada participation at both competitions.

“It is very exciting for us to provide unique opportunities for these students to gain experience in their fields toward their pursuit of securing meaningful career opportunities as future sports’ administrators”, says Wysynski who also doubles as President of the World Dodgeball Federation.

Dodgeball Canada is the national governing body for the sport throughout the nation.  As a member-based organization, it strives to foster participation and excellence at all levels of governance from playground to podium while engaging new and existing members from diverse backgrounds across Canada. For more information, visit www.dodgeballcanada.org  

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