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Attention young athletes! The Alberta Sport Development Centre is back with new and flexible program options

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Have you checked out our new and flexible programming options? Or do you want to know what we are all about? Watch our videos below to hear from athletes who have used our programs.

Our AEP program is open to serious athletes, 15 years and older, striving to be achieve their best performances. This 12 month program will include strength training and winning edge seminars.

  • Each athlete who signs on for AEP receives a full one (1) year membership at the RDC Fitness Centre at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre. Athletes also have the option to train in a coach-led/supervised session a minimum of 2x per week.
  • A personalized strength and conditioning program that is delivered to the athlete via the  App – TrainHeroic
  • Regularly scheduled Mental Skills (MS) training sessions. MS program is a tiered program (Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum). Bronze & Silver MS consists of 3 sessions of group learning delivered in-person or online. Gold MS is only open to athletes who have completed Bronze and Silver levels and consists of monthly small group sessions with an MS facilitator either in-person or online. Platinum MS is only open to athletes competing/training at a National Team or international level but are not considered ‘carded’ athletes by their National Sport organization. Platinum athletes receive personalized 1 on 1 learning opportunities and training.
  • Access to regularly scheduled Nutrition sessions. The Nutrition program follows the same basic format as MS.
  • Access to regularly scheduled learning sessions on other topics each year. Topics may include such topics as – rest & regeneration; media training; sleep; concussion awareness, guest speakers and others.

Enrollment to this program is continuous and the 12-months period will start on the month you enroll.
Cost: $525
Follow link to apply – AEP Application

The main purpose of the ASDC network is to coordinate and enhance services available to Alberta's emerging athletes and coaches. These regional centres provide services to athletes and coaches residing in rural and urban areas allowing athletes to develop and train at a high level without leaving home.

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RCMP release surveillance photos of suspects in Sylvan Lake shooting

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News release from Sylvan Lake RCMP

Sylvan Lake RCMP investigate shooting 

Sylvan Lake RCMP continue to investigate a shooting that occurred on Lake Shore Drive in Sylvan Lake on June 16, 2022, that left a 37-year old male with injuries. The RCMP is now at stage where they are able to release surveillance photos of the suspects and are asking for the public assistance. One of the suspects are believed to go by the nickname Louis.

Suspect 1 is described as:

  • Male
  • 6 feet tall
  • Dark skin
  • Slim build
  • Dreadlock style hair
  • Grey hat

Suspect 2 is described as:

  • Male
  • 6 feet tall
  • Dark skin
  • Beard
  • Short hair
  • Grey clothing.

If you have information about this incident or those responsible please contact the Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-887-3333 If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the Apple App or Google Play Store.

sSylvan Lake RCMP are asking for witnesses to this incident, or those that might have cell phone, dashcam, or surveillance to come forward. If you have any information about this occurrence or those responsible, please contact the Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-887-3333 If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the Apple App or Google Play Store.

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With hail storms this size it’s a miracle no one was killed

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Monday, August 1st will be a day hundreds of Albertans will never forget.  The hail storm that devastated an area of Central Alberta resulted in a series of terrifying experiences for motorists on the QE II, especially around Antler Hill, just north of Innisfail. This is a map of the area most affected by the largest hail stones most have seen in their lifetimes.

Yes we’ve all heard people talk about “baseball” or “tennis ball” sized hail in the past.  In this case, those comparisons are simply too small!

Now you can imagine how terrifying it must have been to be caught driving on the QE II south of Red Deer and north of Innisfail during this storm on Monday, August 1st.  Here’s what that felt like, courtesy of Gibran Marquez as posted on the Facebook Page Alberta Storm Reports

This couple was remarkably calm considering the battering they were experiencing!

 

The immediate aftermath.

 

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