I can’t believe it’s almost been a week since the closing ceremonies of the 15U Boy’s and Girl’s National Championships in Regina, Saskatchewan. Since I’ve been back I have had some time to reflect on the week and put into words everything I have learned.
With Canada’s first ever victory at the FIBA U19World Cup, the addition of 3×3 to the Olympics, the success of our 3×3 Canada Quest, it is only fitting to discuss the growth and increase in popularity of our favourite sport – BASKETBALL!
The Canada Basketball NCCP Super Clinic was like none other! What a time to learn, grow, and connect with coaches from all over the country. Now that I have had some time to gather my thoughts, here are the top 5 things I learned over the May long weekend!
Pivoting: where small steps can create big advantages.
Put it in your Calendars, Canada Basketball’s NCCP Super Clinic: May 19-21.
Really, the timing couldn’t be better. After a summer of hard work on and off the court, the Canadian Senior Women’s Basketball Team is ready for Rio 2016. A run of success has proven these women are more than ready to compete at the Olympic level, and they promise to bring their EH-game against the best in the world!