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SHSAA Presents the January 2017 Saskatchewan Sport Medicine & Science Council Newsletter

January 14, 2017 by  
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Sport Medicine & Science Council Newsletter – January 2017 01/13/2017, 4:30pm CST  By SHSAA Office To view a copy of the Sport Medicine & Science Council Newsletter for January 2017 please click here.

NFHS: Injury Rates Higher for Athletes Who Specialize in One Sport

January 14, 2017 by  
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Injury Rates Higher for Athletes Who Specialize in One Sport By Bruce Howard on December 20, 2016hst Share The issue of whether high school student-athletes should specialize in one sport or play multiple sports continues to be debated across the country. How prevalent is the practice of specialization and what are the potential drawbacks for […]

Are You A Hockey Mom?

January 11, 2017 by  
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You Might Be a Hockey Mom If JANUARY 9, 2017 BY KATY 28 COMMENTS It is highly ironic that I’ve grown up to be a Hockey Mom. That’s because I grew up in southern California in the 70s and have never played a game of ice hockey in my life. Yet both of my kids, […]

SIAAA Winters LTP Courses Announced

January 11, 2017 by  
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  SIAAA Winter 2017 LTP Courses 01/09/2017, 9:30am CST By SHSAA office SIAAA Offering Online Courses During January Exam Break The Saskatchewan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association is excited to announce they will be hosting the following Leadership Training Program courses for it’s Athletic Directors during the January exam break: 501c: Philosophy, Organizational Structure and Professional […]

Nutrition for Cold Weather Sports

January 11, 2017 by  
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Nutrition for Cold Weather Sports from Coaching Association of Canada Special Considerations Special attention to adequate fuel and fluids is imperative in cold weather sports. Some of the issues that are unique to these sports include: Cold temperatures increase the risk of hypothermia and can reduce the desire to eat and drink; Shivering increases energy expenditure through […]

Governor General’s “We Can Do Better” Conference Part 1

December 23, 2016 by  
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WE CAN DO BETTER … Part 1 of a 2 part article on concussions By: John Paton, President of School Sport Canada & Execut ive Direct or of t he Albert a Schools’ Athletic Association On December 6, 2016, I had the privilege of attending a one-day concussion conference titled “We Can Do Better” at […]

Where Does Time Go?

December 21, 2016 by  
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High School Provincial Championships along with being a student athlete competing for your school makes memories for a life time.  Thanks to Josh Blackwood for sharing his memory of the SSNL Volleyball Championship for 15 years ago. Follow Josh Blackwood‏@JMrBlackwood 15 years ago today @TATwolves claimed its first ever @schsportsnl provincial banner. #wheredoestimego? #lovevballmorethanever #nevergetsold

Why High School Sports Matter

December 21, 2016 by  
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Why OFSAA Track Was Life In High School   Ian Warner, Helping Athletes to Endure, and Succeed #Olympian | #Entrepreneur | #Author | #Speaker | Helping others with digital media marketing Growing up in Ontario as a track athlete (and in some cases, other sports) was all about ending the year with OFSAA track and field! […]

OFSAA Assistant Director Position Announcement

December 21, 2016 by  
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Wednesday, December, 21, 2016 It is with mixed emotions that we announce that Lexy Fogel will be moving on after nine years with the OFSAA family to work as Program Consultant with the Games Unit at the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Lexy will be greatly missed by OFSAA but we wish her all […]

ISF Magazine – NOV/DEC 2016 – JAN 2017

December 15, 2016 by  
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Dear Friends, We invite you to discover the new edition of the ISF Magazine. You can also click here to see the latest news. Best regards,  ISF Communication Team    

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