Programme de haute performance

Le Programme de haute performance (PHP) de CEC est fixé pour le cycle olympique 2021-2024.

Le PHP est distinct des sélections d’équipes d’événement pour les compétitions internationales et continentales.

Voici un aperçu du programme et de quelques éléments clés. Pour plus de détails, veuillez cliquer sur les liens ci-dessous.

HPP Overview

Climbing Escalade Canada’s High Performance Program (HPP) enhances athlete development and performance through support from CEC Coaching Staff, invitations to Training Camps and access to Canadian Sport System resources.  

The objective of the HPP is to increase the number of Canadian athletes achieving top 15 results at World Cup, World Championships and Olympic Games competitions.

CEC High Performance Program identifies athletes in Train to Compete, Learning to Win, and Winning for a Living stages of CEC’s Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) framework. The HPP is aligned with CEC’s high-performance strategies and funding partners, such as Sport Canada and Own the Podium (OTP).

Key Components

Selection

There are 2 entry points to the HPP each calendar year:

  1. In or around February 15th
  2. Following the HP Competition for each discipline.

The Top 6 athletes in the Continuous National Ranking (CNR) at the time of each entry point will be selected to the HPP. There are a maximum of 12 spots per discipline and per gender available each calendar year.

Continuous National Ranking (CNR)

The Continuous National Ranking (CNR) calculates rankings based on athlete results across multiple levels of relevant competitions. The framework of CNR will remain consistent from season to season and is the basis for athlete selections to both the HPP and Event Teams for International and Continental Competitions. Details of the CNR can be found here.

Coaching Structure

The HPP is supported by a dedicated team of coaches under the direction of the High Performance Director. Appointment of the coaching team will be completed and announced in January of each year of the program.

HPP Events

Athletes selected to the HPP benefit from invitations to the following HP Events:

  1. HP Competitions – These are full competitions with smaller/stronger fields and utilizing international routesetters (when possible). They offer the opportunity to collect valuable CNR points and compete on more intense and demanding boulders and routes.
  2. HP Training Camps – These are for the purpose of learning, development and progress assessments only (No CNR points). Only available to HPP athletes; may be regional (all HPP athletes from a region) or national (all HPP athletes from all regions). These are not mandatory.

HPP Speed Qualification Times

To be selected for the Speed HPP, athletes may have to achieve minimum qualification times. Information of which will be posted every year.

Event Teams

The selection process for Events Teams (World Cups, World Championships and Continental Events) is separate from HPP Selection. See details here.

 

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Lead qualifying today at WCH in Moscow.
The McNamee twins in action.

Unfortunately, no Canadians on to semis but good showing from both.
@kindarmcnamee 53rd
@guymcnamee  59th

Congrats to all Canadians who represented in Russia.

Lead qualifying today at WCH in Moscow.
The McNamee twins in action.

Unfortunately, no Canadians on to semis but good showing from both.
@kindarmcnamee 53rd
@guymcnamee 59th

Congrats to all Canadians who represented in Russia.
...

Day 2 of Workd champs today

Boulderers center stage today.

@rileyclimbs and Madison Fischer in Women's and @zach_richardson_ and @guymcnamee in Men's.

Maddie grabbed 2 tops and 3 zones to post 25th, her best IFSC Senior result to date and just outside semis. Riley managed to find 1 zone in her first ever IFSC Senior Competition to finish 71st. She will undoubtedly learn from the experience and be back stronger in the future.

Guy snagged 51st place in the men's with 1 top and 3 zones. A decent result for his IFSC Senior event. Zach couldn't find his usual form and finished 65th with 2 Zones. We know he'll be back 🙂

So nice to see the Maple Leaf on the World Stage!!

Video of Maddie by @liborhroza

On to Lead starting on the 20th.

Day 2 of Workd champs today

Boulderers center stage today.

@rileyclimbs and Madison Fischer in Women's and @zach_richardson_ and @guymcnamee in Men's.

Maddie grabbed 2 tops and 3 zones to post 25th, her best IFSC Senior result to date and just outside semis. Riley managed to find 1 zone in her first ever IFSC Senior Competition to finish 71st. She will undoubtedly learn from the experience and be back stronger in the future.

Guy snagged 51st place in the men's with 1 top and 3 zones. A decent result for his IFSC Senior event. Zach couldn't find his usual form and finished 65th with 2 Zones. We know he'll be back 🙂

So nice to see the Maple Leaf on the World Stage!!

Video of Maddie by @liborhroza

On to Lead starting on the 20th.
...

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