The Ringette Ontario High Performance (AAA) Program focus is on elite level development and creation of a competitive program that provides players with exposure to high level development opportunities as well as top coaches in Ontario. The HP Program allows Ringette Ontario selected Coaches, to identify, and develop Ontario’s most gifted young ringette players and to provide them with the opportunities to participate in new competitions. Competitions include the Ontario Winter Games (U20 for 2023 event only) as well as potential opportunities at Ringette Canada La Releve camps, the National Ringette League, the Junior National Team, and Senior National Team Programs.
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Program Coordinator Stephanie Rheaume will lead Ringette Ontario’s High-Performance Program.
RO High Performance Program is open to athletes from across Ontario who are in the following standards:
Application and Selection
To be considered in the High-Performance Program
*Athletes MUST attend one of the two selection camps to be considered for the program.
All Selected Athletes will receive
* Locations will be finalized as soon as possible.
Please note that Ringette’s participation in the Ontario Winter Games is female only, so only athletes registered as female are permitted to be part of the 2022-23 High-Performance program.
Once teams are created, coaches and athletes will be introduced virtually, and coaches will have access to zoom platform to start team meetings and team bonding opportunities on a regular basis.
Ringette Ontario is excited to welcome back many of our 2022 cycle coaches as well as new coaches into the program for this year’s HP cycle. If you are interested in being a High-Performance coach for the 2022-2023 cycle, please review the Coach Application Information and submit your application by Friday June 3rd at 5pm to email@example.com.
Questions regarding the High-Performance AAA Program can be directed to Ringette Ontario’s Program Coordinator Stephanie Rheaume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring 19 sports, including ringette, the 2023 Canada Winter Games will welcome up to 3,600 athletes, managers and coaches and more than 20,000 visitors. Forecasted to generate a significant economic impact, the 2023 Games will provide a stage for Canada’s next generation of national, international and Olympic champions to compete.
The Canadian Ringette Championships (CRC) were first held in 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Along with the Canada Winter Games, the CRC event is the very best that the sport has to offer nationally and it serves as a dynamic forum of competition for athletes, coaches and officials from across the country. The tournament is designed to determine the Canadian champions in the U16, U19 and National Ringette League categories.
As well as determining champions, the tournament provides the athletes with the opportunity to compete at the elite level, encourages sportsmanship and interprovincial goodwill, and increases the visibility of the sport across the country.
Ringette Canada’s annual national championships typically take place in late March or early April.
Date: April 5th - 11th, 2020
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
*Our Teams: U16 Team Ontario (1) | U16 Team Ontario (2) | U16 Team Ontario (3)
U19 Team Ontario (1) | U19 Team Ontario (2) | U19 Team Ontario (3)
*Please note that in 2020, Ontario will send three U16AA and three U19AA teams to CRC’s.
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On a regular basis, Ringette Canada selects and prepares national teams to participate in the World Ringette Championship. While a World Ringette Championship was not held in 1998, teams from Canada and Finland toured Europe in a promotional Summit Series. In Colmar, France, Team Finland beat Canada 10-8 in the 5th and deciding game to win the Summit Series 3-2.
This series between the two best teams in the world displayed ringette at its best and sparked great interest at stops in Germany, France, Sweden and France. In 2013, the format of the event changed to include competition in the U19 and senior age divisions.
Date: Nov 25th - Dec 2nd, 2019
Location: Burnaby, British Columbia
The Ontario Winter Games have been held since 1970 and take place every two years. They are the largest multi-sport event in the province and feature over 3,500 athletes, coaches, managers, and major officials. There are over 25 different sporting events, including ringette, which highlight the province’s top athletes involved in winter sports. The games also provide development and competitive opportunities for these young athletes and help to prepare them for national and international competitions.
Date: February 24th - 26th & March 3rd - 6th, 2022
Location: Renfrew County, Ontario
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Ringette Ontario is seeking coaches and trainers to be a part of the Ringette Ontario AAA High Performance Program for the upcoming season.
The Ringette Ontario AAA HP Program focus is on development and creation of a competitive program that provides players with exposure to high level development opportunities as well as the best high-performance coaching in Ontario. The AAA HP Program allows Ringette Ontario selected Coaches, including the Team Ontario bench staff to identify and develop Ontario’s most gifted young ringette players, to encourage and motivate them to play for their province, and to provide them with the opportunities to measure and refine their skills at the top-level competitions. These competitions may include the Ontario Winter Games (U19) and Canada Winter Games (U20), as well as possible future opportunities within the NRL, the Junior National Team, and Senior National Team Programs.
For additional details such as program benefits, responsibilities, and schedules, please review the complete Team Staff Application package.
Coaches must have the following qualifications to be considered:
Trainers must have the following qualifications: