PARENT/ATHLETE INFORMATION MEETING: NOVEMBER 5, 2015, AT 6:30 PM AT THE RCC
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2015 AT 8:00 PM via RCC WEBSITE
*Coaches will be sending invitations to select athletes with suggested length of stay.
PLEASE CHECK WITH THE HEAD COACH BEFORE BOOKING YOUR FLIGHTS!
There are specific times and dates that you need to arrive in and depart from Orlando:
Arrive: Orlando Airport, before 8:00 pm, March 10, 2016
Depart Camp 1: Orlando Airport, after 11:30 am, March 29, 2016
Depart Camp 2: Orlando Airport, after 11:30 am, April 8, 2016
Outlined below is the basic information for the 2016 Florida Spring Training Camp. The camp will take place at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Camp on Lake Griffin, Fruitland Park near Leesburg, FL. There will be no Rideau Canoe Club camp in Melbourne this year; senior athletes who are invited to the National Team camp should consult with their coach about booking their own accommodation. Any arrangements to attend Junior National Team camps will be coordinated between National Team coaches and your club coaches.
Florida Camp Options for Rideau Athletes this year:
Camp 1- 19 days - Depart: March 10, 2016, Return: March 29, 2016, (7 school days missed)
Camp 2- 30 days - Depart: March 10, 2016, Return: April 8, 2016, (15 school days missed)
Senior Carded Athletes - As determined by the athlete, coach, and National Team requirements
Thursday, November 5, 2015 - Florida Information Parent/ Athlete Meeting
Monday, November 23, 2015 - Initial payment and Athlete Registration Forms Due (forms included in info package below)
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - Confirm airline reservation with the office
Thursday, March 3, 2016 - Final Payment Due (online)
Saturday, March 5, 2016 - Trailer loading
Sunday, March 6, 2016 - Trailer leaves for Leesburg
Thursday, March 10, 2016 - Athletes arrive in Orlando airport and are transported to Leesburg
Sunday, March 27, 2016 - Universal Studios/ Beach Day
Tuesday, March 29, 2016 - Camp 1 ends
Friday, April 8, 2016 - Camp 2 ends
Monday, April 11, 2016 - Trailer returns
PLEASE REVIEW THE FULL 2016 FLORIDA PACKAGE ATTACHED BELOW. INCLUDED IN THE INFO PACKAGE ARE THE ATHLETE FORMS TO BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO THE ADMIN OFFICE ON NOVEMBER 23, 2015.
The Eastern Ontario Division will be hosting a Level I/II Officials course for all those who are interested in learning more about officiating and helping the division host safe and efficient regattas. This course includes an introduction to each position, describes roles and responsibilities of each position, and gives an overview of the rules governing the sport. It will provide participants with the necessary training to help at local and divisional regattas.
Training will be held at the Carleton Place Canoe Club on May 23rd in conjunction with the OCSRA Spring Camp and OCup 1 long distance race. The course will begin at 10:00 a.m. so please arrive at 9:45 a.m. to register. It is expected that the course will be completed around 2:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend and will be invited to help out at the OCup long distance race on Sunday – paired with an experienced official.
Please contact Kim Houston at email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
This 2 day course is standard first aid and it covers handling emergency situations regarding medical emergencies such as diabetes, cardiovascular emergencies, seizures, asthma, anaphylaxis, poisoning and environmental emergencies.
Candidates will also learn how to handle traumatic emergencies such as bleeding, sprains, strains, fractures and eye injuries. There is a multiple choice exam at the end of the course.
CPR level C will also be included such will cover adult, child, infant CPR and obstructed airway treatments.
Candidates who finish the 2 day course will be able to qualify for the NLS course to become a lifeguard.
All RCC employees need to provide proof of Standard First Aid & CPR C to fulfill their contracts. Any employee who only needs a re-certification must provide proof of First Aid & CPR C and email firstname.lastname@example.org Recertification will be the Sunday session.
Click here First Aid Training registration
This past weekend two Rideau paddlers, Jenn Cross and Courtney Spratt, competed in the High Water Run Canoe Race in northern Ontario near Kirkland Lake. This annual race, in its 25th year, is organized by the Northern Prospectors Association and the Local Services Board, and covers 16 km from lake Sesekinika to Kenogami Lake, along the Blanche River, an ancient route of the Voyageurs. The Rideau paddlers came second in the women’s category even with a spill in the chilly water (the ice had been gone less than a week!)
The water level is rising and it is time to make the RCC look its best! All members are requested to join us in getting our clubhouse and grounds in great condition to start the paddling season. We will be holding our annual spring clean-up on Saturday May 2nd from 10:00 am until we are clean!
Many hands make light work. Even if you can't spend the whole morning, please come out for however long you are able to help out. We will need people to bring some gardening tools to help us out.
Some jobs we will be doing:
Look for Commodore Ron Sibthorpe, he will tell you what you can do!
The Rideau Canoe Club had a great representation at the Jock River canoeing race.
Here are the Rideau results:
To see more great pictures visit Max Finkelstein's flicker page.
Canoe Competitive Men:
Canoe Recreational Men:
Canoe recreational mixed:
Join the RCC on Saturday, May 9, for our annual Open House from 10 am to 2 pm. Bring a friend or family member to learn about the club, the paddling programs and meet the coaches/instructors.
New members are always welcome!
For returning members, this is a great opportunity to get reacquainted after a long winter!
There will be board members and staff to explain to you how membership and programs work. Don't miss the opportunity!
CanoeKids Online Registration is now open click here to register.
Mark your calendars!
Sustainable Communities – Healthy Futures
The Rideau Roundtable and the City of Ottawa invites you to attend a special public presentation by one of Canada’s most renowned canoeists; author and adventurer Max Finkelstein. Adventure Mississippi, retraces part of the 1673 expedition by Canadian explorers Marquette and Joliet down the river which flows through the heartland of modern day America.
This presentation will take place on January 25th from 2-3 pm at the Chamber room in Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa. There is no charge for attendance or parking. All are welcome.
Please click here for more details.
As a part of our Adult Winter Training Program, canoers are now welcome to access additional training opportunities on Friday evenings from 6-7:30PM. Off-site training will take place in a member's private pool - further information to be disclosed upon registration. For more details and to see registration options, CLICK HERE
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