Pan Am Pool, Winnipeg, Manitoba
and Registration Form
May 18, 2017
to 9pm - Coaches Session
May 19, 2017
to 9pm – Athlete Session
May 20, 2017
to 5pm – Athlete Session
May 21, 2017
to 12 noon – Athlete Session
Camp is geared towards Club 12U, 14U,
16U and 19U athletes as well as MWPA School League athletes
- $150 (includes all pool and dry-land sessions on May 19,
20 and 21)
- $50 (includes May 18, 2017 Coaching Session and opportunity
to shadow/audit Athlete sessions)
Camp Highlights include:
instruction from Canadian Senior Water Polo Coach
instruction from Canadian Senior Dry-land Coach
instruction from WPC High Performance Director
hours of water polo instruction and 2+ hours of dry-land
specific training as well as fundamental movements, perimeter
shooting, driving and centre play
Session Highlights include:
Coaches are encouraged to attend this Thursday evening session
with Justin Oliveira, Robin Randall and Alain Delorme. Here
is your opportunity to learn from 3 senior level coaches
from Water Polo Canada. Current coaching trends and best
practices will be shared. This session will also provide
you with the opportunity to ask questions and share your
passion and concerns not only for water polo in Manitoba
but also at a National level.
the Camp Coaches:
Oliveira – Justin Oliveira is Water Polo Canada's
High Performance Director. In 2010, he became a part time
assistant coach at the National Training Centre, while head
coaching the women's youth National Team. By the end of
2010, he quickly moved up the ranks becoming a full time
assistant coach with the women's National Team. In 2015,
he was named as the Lead Coach & Team Leader for the
final year of the Olympic Quadrennial. He has participated
as an assistant in 2 silver medal winning Pan Am Games teams,
three World Aquatic Championships, along with numerous international
Randall - Robin Randall has been around the men's
national team program longer than anyone. He joined the
youth national team in 1995 before advancing to the junior
national team in 1997. He was part of the senior national
team for the first time from 1999 to 2003 before leaving
for two years to teach English in South Korea. While there,
he went to see former teammates competing at the Universiade,
reigniting his passion for the game. With a new head coach
in place, he returned to the national team in 2005 and never
looked back. He was a key figure in Canada qualifying for
Beijing 2008, the first time the men's water polo team had
officially qualified for the Olympic Games after being substitutes
at the boycotted Los Angeles 1984 and being given host nation
entry at Montreal 1976. Robin is also a three-time Pan American
Games medallist from Rio 2007, Guadalajara 2011, and Toronto
2015. Robin is currently the Team Manager/Assistant Coach
for the Senior Men's National Team.
Delorme – Alain Delorme is currently the Strength
& Conditioning Coach for the Women's National Team.
Delorme is the co-owner of Actiforme Consultants and has
provided strength and conditioning advice to Canadian athletes
competing in boxing, diving, handball, rowing, short-track
speed skating, swimming, synchronized swimming, taekwondo
and water polo.
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to all of the athletes!
thanks to Bushido Water Polo Club for their help in organizing
this year's Championships.
- It takes a community to run programs like this and without
the help of so many volunteers, parents and athletes we
would not be able to make these types of events happen.
were so many excellent games and all of the athletes stepped
up to the challenge.
proud of everyone,
Water Polo Association
year of winter league kicks off February 26, 2017 at Pan
games will take place at Pan Am Pool.
Winter League Champions
Co-ed NWPC & BWPC
Co-ed NWPC Team 1
Male NWPC Team 1 & Team 2
Super League Champions
Women Bushido 1
Water Polo High School & Middle Years League (MWPHSL)
to the 2016 season of High School/Middle Years
will be held on December 11, 2016 at Pan Am Pool
of Conduct - Athlete
of Conduct - Coach
16, 23 and 30
6, 13 and 20
Water Polo operates a School League from October to December
each year. This year MWPA will continue with the Middle
Years division for students in grades 6—8, as well as the
High School Varsity division for students in grades 9—12.
makes every effort to reach out to schools and help them
start teams in one or more divisions . However, the best
success occurs when YOU—the students and parents
—get involved! Schools support programs that matter
to YOU .
get a team started at your school:
Find some teammates—encourage your classmates to
give our great sport a try through this recreational opportunity.
Note that all divisions are coed, so be sure to talk to
both boys and girls at your school.
Find a teacher or administrator to support your
Talk to MWPA about hosting an informational meeting
at your school. MWPA can also support you and the school
administrator with posters/pamphlets/information and registration.
Find a coach—Ask your parent, older sibling, teacher—anyone
can coach. If you are having trouble finding a coach,
just ask, MWPA can help!
Register your school team with MWPA by September
Book practice time—limited times are available
through MWPA—you can also book your own at your closest
Have a blast playing water polo with your school
starting Sunday October 16.
more information about starting a team at your school contact:
the 2016 season of school water polo, MWPA will be implementing
the following import protocol:
- All “Request for Placement”
forms must be received by September 19, 2016 attention
MWPA office (contact details noted below). Any forms received
after this date will not be considered
- A list of imports will be
circulated to all participating water polo school teams
to ensure transparency
- Import list will be discussed
at the September 29 th water polo school league kick off
meeting and athletes will be assigned to schools looking
- Any school requesting imports
will need to provide their school roster in advance of
the September 29 th meeting
- Any school requesting imports
will only receive a maximum of 2 athletes from the import
- No placements will be made
the first week of game play (October 16 th )
- Imports will be notified
after October 16 th with their school placement via email
- All placements will be completed
no later than the third week of games – October 30 th
- The completion of this form
does not guarantee a spot on a school team
athlete wishing to play on a MSWPL team, but attending a
school that does not have a team must complete this
form and submit it to the MWPA School Director
by September 19th . Upon approval of the
request, the MWPA School Director may place the
athlete on a team if space is available. In completing and
signing this form, you are aware of the above mentioned
import protocol for 2016.
send you completed form to fax: 204.925.5703 or via email
Final results and standings
7, 2014 Final Standings
HSL/MY Certificate Winners
MY/HSL All Stars and MVPs
MY/HSL All Stars
HSL/MY All Stars
year of winter league kicks off March 6, 2016
round robin games will take place at Seven Oaks Pool.
6, 2016 game results and standings
13, 2016 game results and standings
20, 2016 game results and standings
3, 2016 game results and standings
10, 2016 game results and standings
17, 2016 FINALS
to declining participation the MWPA Provincial Team program
has been discontinued for 2016/2017.
Board and Staff would like to thank Head Coach - Mike Reid
for all of his hardwork and passion since 2011.
– So ALL Kids Can Play!
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