Player / Athlete Development (LTAD)

Athlete Development Committee & Mandate

Athlete Development Committee Terms of Reference

Athlete / Player Development camps Summer 2018

Development Camp Calgary

Development Camps Edmonton

Development Camps Southern AB

Camps are limited to the first 12 registrants so REGISTER today by emailing the office at office@BowlsAlberta.com

If unable to attend a camp you may arrange a coaching session for your club members or personally with Head Coach, Derek Dillon on a first request first served basis. Email your request to:  coach@BowlsAlberta.com

Athlete Ranking Points System

The Athlete Ranking Points System is being reviewed and updated to align with our LTAD plan and with our new Championship structure and restrictions on events.

Athlete Provincial Points Rankings 

Learn About LTAD / Player Development

Sport for Life is a movement that began in 2005, to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. A key feature of Sport for Life is Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD), a developmental pathway and training guide not only for developing top-rank athletes but also for increasing overall participation in a sport. The vision behind Sport for Life is to reshape how we support sport and train athletes at all levels in Canada – from children to adults, from grassroots sports through to the National level. In realizing this vision, the aim is to keep more Canadians active for life with recreational sport and physical activity, and at the same time help Canadians in all sports win more medals internationally.

BCB LTAD Bowls A Sport for Life Bowls Canada Boulingrin, in partnership with Sport Canada, has developed a bowls specific LTAD framework that lays out the development stages that a player will go through as they learn the sport regardless of the age they begin playing. The LTAD guide called, “Bowls, A Sport for Life” can be found on the Bowls Canada Athlete Development page.

The guide outlines the key factors that influence athlete development and long term quality participation. It includes descriptions of the various stages of learning and charts skills performance indicators for a coach or individual to use and evaluate one’s ability, knowledge and readiness to compete competitively.

For further information on LTAD from BCB see the presentation entitled LTAD Overview by BCB.

For further general information on LTAD visit the Canada Sport for Life website.

 

LTAD Stages and Resources