PROJECTS & ACTIVITY
With a focus on high performance sport organizations and elite amateur athletes, 94 FORWARD provides financial support, leadership and direction to all it's collaborations.
94Forward investment pays early dividends
On Thursday, April 5, 2018, Joanna Brown won Canada's first medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, finishing third in the women's triathlon.
Brown originally, of Carp, Ont., relocated to Victoria last summer to work with coach Jono Hall at Triathlon Canada's National Performance Centre.
Canada's six member 2018 Commonwealth Games Triathlon team, included Brown, Desirae Ridenour, Dominika Jamnicky, Matt Sharpe, Tyler Mizlawchuk and Alexis Lapage. Four of the six member team currently train with the National Performance Centre.
Celebration of Sport
Nov 2017: Over 100 athletes, coaches and sport administrators representing dozens of sports, came together Saturday night to celebrate the unique culture of high performance sport in Victoria. Hosted by 94Forward, the evening was an opportunity to share cross sport experiences and inspire the next generation of runners training with Athletics Canada. Keynote speakers included Gary Reed, Canada's greatest 800-metre runner, and Julianne Zussman, 2014 Rugby World Cup silver medalist and current Western High Performance Hub Manger of Athletics Canada. Special guest and iconic sport builder Ken Shields, 94Foward’s first President (Canadian Centre for Sport Development 1994-1998), and current board members Chris Trumpy, Chair, and Peter Lockie, Secretary and Treasurer, were also in attendance.
New Project announcement - Collaboration to rebuild
94Forward embarks on a new project: a collaboration with Triathlon Canada to rebuild their organization and training centre.
The first review will be in 6 months with Triathlon Canada attendance at the 94Forward Director’s meeting on October 16th, 2017.
triathlon Canada's National Performance Centre (NPC)
The NPC in Victoria, BC, is an elite-level training facility for Canadian triathletes. It gives athletes access to facilities and sport science staff and presents opportunities for training alongside the nation’s best swimmers, rowers, cyclists and track and field athletes. It is located in the Victoria Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre and established in partnership with the Government of Canada, City of Victoria, 94 Forward, Canadian Sport Institute Pacific, Saanich Commonwealth Place and Pacific Institute of Sport Excellence.
ROWING CANADA 2016 PARAlympic TEAM
The Victoria-based Para Rowing Team competed in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro. The LTAMixed4+ crew (shown left) of Curtis Halladay, Meghan Montgomery, Victoria Nolan, Andrew Todd and Kristen Kitrowed to a bronze medal - the first ever para-rowing medal for Canada.
PISE Track PROJECT
Completed in 2016, the PISE Track Project represents the next major step forward for this outstanding facility. With the addition of a running track that encircles the existing playing field, the PISE experience is further enhanced not just for high performance athletes, but for students and the whole community.
Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence (PISE)
We were a Founding Collaborator partnering with Camosun College and the Canadian Sport Institute. The PISE building and infrastructure opened in 2009 as an innovation hub, research facility and training centre for sport & physical performance.