Curl Manitoba Youth Program

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Junior Learn to Curl Program
This is an introductory instructional program for boys and girls between the ages 11 and 18 years of age who have little or no curling experience. Instruction will teach the proper technique of brushing and the flat foot, no-lift delivery, as well as the basic rules, terminology, etiquette and strategy.
The program is in-season and will consist of fifteen 90-minutes on-ice training sessions on Fridays from 5:30 pm to 7:00 p.m. at the Rossmere Curling Club. Focus is primarily on learning the proper delivery and brushing technique through on-ice demonstrations and repetition of specific drills/exercises that enhance balance, timing and line of delivery, including the appropriate use of the broom or sliding device during the delivery. Training materials and resources in the area of delivery and brushing technique will be provided. Participants will receive instruction from qualified instructors. The participant numbers will depend on the number of instructors, keeping the ratio of participants to instructors at 6:1.

Junior Development Curling Program
The Junior Development Curling Program is for young curlers between the ages 11 and 18 years of age who are interested in developing their curling skills through a structured instructional program. It is an in-season program, which provides on-ice training in the area of line of delivery, weight control, judging, and communication. Training segments and materials in the areas of delivery and brushing technique is provided. The program runs for 90-minutes for 18 weeks during the season. This program will be offered on Mondays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Rossmere CC OR Tuesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Elmwood Curling Club. The participant numbers will depend on the number of instructors, keeping the ratio of participants to instructors at 6:1.

Westman Junior Development Curling Program
This will be a “NEW” program offered in the Westman area based out of Brandon. The program is for young curlers between the ages 11 and 18 years of age who are interested in developing their curling skills through a structured instructional program. This program is an alternative program for those curlers who did not advance to the Junior High Performance Program. It is an in-season program, which provides on-ice training in the area of line of delivery, weight control, judging, and communication. Training segments and materials in the areas of delivery and brushing technique is provided. The program runs for 90-minutes for 18 weeks during the season. The program will run the same day and time as the Junior HP Program on Mondays. The participant numbers will depend on the number of instructors, keeping the ratio of participants to instructors to 6:1.

The Junior Advanced Curling Program is a “stepping stone” to the Junior High Performance Program. It is an individual program for junior curlers wanting to train in a competitive and fun environment with the focus on developing skills, training and networking with other curlers at or above their skill level. This program is identical to the Jr. High Performance Program but with a less skill set/level. Most of the training will be on ice; however there will be some classroom instruction. Participants will receive sport science sessions in mental training, nutrition, and fitness and conditioning throughout the year. Athletes will receive instruction from qualified and certified instructors, coaches and consultants. “State of the art” technical equipment such as video analysis equipment, SMART broom and wireless speed traps will be used. During the curling season, the training sessions will be held at the Rossmere Curling Club on Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Curlers involved in this program were selected from Junior ID Camps.

Jr. High Performance Program, Winnipeg
The Junior High Performance Program is dedicated to young curlers wanting to train in a competitive and fun environment with the focus on developing curling skills, training and networking with other curlers at or above their skill level. The program provides a pathway for young curlers who aspire to reach the elite level and who dream to one day represent Canada. Most of the training will be on ice, however there will be some classroom instruction. Athletes will receive instruction from qualified and certified instructors, coaches and consultants. “State of the art” technical equipment such as video analysis equipment and wireless speed traps will be used. Participants will receive sport science sessions in mental training, nutrition, and fitness and conditioning throughout the year. During the curling season, the training sessions will be held at the Rossmere Curling Club on Tuesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Curlers involved in this program were selected from Junior ID camps.

Jr. High Performance Program, Parkland (based in Dauphin)
The Junior High Performance Program is dedicated to young curlers wanting to train in a competitive and fun environment with the focus on developing curling skills, training and networking with other curlers at or above their skill level. The program provides a pathway for young curlers who aspire to reach the elite level and who dream to one day represent Canada. Most of the training will be on ice, however there will be some classroom instruction. Athletes will receive instruction from qualified and certified instructors, coaches and consultants. “State of the art” technical equipment such as video analysis equipment and wireless speed traps will be used. Participants will receive sport science sessions in mental training, nutrition, and fitness and conditioning throughout the year. During the curling season, the training sessions will be held at the Dauphin Curling Club on Tuesday evenings. Curlers involved in this program were selected from Junior ID camps.

Jr. High Performance Program, Westman (based in Brandon)
The Junior High Performance Program is dedicated to young curlers wanting to train in a competitive and fun environment with the focus on developing curling skills, training and networking with other curlers at or above their skill level. The program provides a pathway for young curlers who aspire to reach the elite level and who dream to one day represent Canada. Most of the training will be on ice, however there will be some classroom instruction. Athletes will receive instruction from qualified and certified instructors, coaches and consultants. “State of the art” technical equipment such as video analysis equipment and wireless speed traps will be used. Participants will receive sport science sessions in mental training, nutrition, and fitness and conditioning throughout the year. During the curling season, the training sessions will be held at the Brandon Curling Club on Mondays from 5:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Curlers involved in this program were selected from Junior ID camps.

Junior Identification Curling Camps
Junior Identification Curling Camps will be held each spring in Winnipeg, Brandon and Dauphin. The camps are open to female and male curlers who are between the ages of 11 and 18 years of age. The purpose is to evaluate and identify upcoming junior curlers for the selection of CurlManitoba’s High Performance Programs.

 
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