National Championships

Canadian BMX Championships

Canadian Cyclo Cross Championships
Canadian MTB Championships Canadian Road Championships
Canadian Track Championships
 
 


Canadian Team competing at:

MTB


31/08-04/09/2011
www.bikepark.ch

 
 

PARA-CYCLING

Sept 8th to 11th 2011
Official Website

 
 

BMX

Copenhagen - Denmark
28-31.07.2011
Official Website

 
 

ROAD

19-25/09/2011
www.copenhagen2011.dk

 
 

CYCLO-CROSS

Koksijde - Belgium
28-29 January 2012
www.koksijde2012.be

 
  TRACK


Melbourne - Australia
04-08 April 2012
Website

 
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Cycling LTAD's

LTAD is more than a model - it is a system and philosophy of sport development. LTAD is athlete centered, coach-driven, and administration-supported. Since athlete and participant development is at the core of the CCA’s mission, LTAD is key to everything we do, whatever our role or level within the cycling system.

Long Term Athlete Development Model [PDF - 12 MB]

Para-Cycling specific LTAD
This document is focused on the particular needs of athletes with a impairment in cycling. It is intended to be used alongside the CCA’s LTAD Guide, as well as the LTAD publication No Accidental Champions. It is a guide for coaches, athletes, parents and sport leaders to welcoming Para-cyclists to the sport and to providing LTAD-based programs from entry to Active for Life stages. Our goal is not simply to help Canadian Para-cyclists to be the best in the world, but to ensure that every athlete with an impairment can enjoy participation in cycling for a lifetime.

Para-Cycling specific Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) (PDF 2 MB)

Para-Cycling Event Integration document
Integrating athletes with a disability into an event at the provincial or club level requires a little forethought and planning. This document complements the Para-cycling LTAD.

Para-Cycling Event Integration (1MB)

BMX specific LTAD
BMX is really two sports. For young riders, up to about 12 years old, BMX racing is fun, fast and competitive. Winning races may seem important, but what really counts is fun, friendship, developing skills, and learning the lessons of sport. By participating in BMX as one of many sports, the rider develops physical literacy, the basic movement and sport skills which are the foundation of athleticism. Winning in this BMX means building great skills, remaining physically active, and developing a life-long love of cycling and sport. We call this “BMX for Fun and Skill”

BMX specific Long Term Athlete Development Model (2.5 MB)
BMX specific LTAD -Brochure (5 MB)

Track specific LTAD
-In development


 
















 

 

 

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