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1 Guy Thibault, Ph.D. Research advisor MAMSL

2 High Performance Sport Development Policy (1984) Sport Policy (1987) Government Recreation and Sport Framework (1997) Minister’s High Performance Sport Action Plan (2001) Sport and Physical Activy Action Plan ( )

3 JEAN-MARC FOURNIER Action Plan: A Sport culture Facilities, events, NTC

4 Community participation Weekly athlete visits Professional athletes Supporters:

5 Canadian Sport Policy Hosting of sporting events Canada’s antidoping policy

6 Direct Support to Athletes

7 “ Excellence ” (413, including 274 carded) “ Élite ” (772) “ Relève ” (1,057) 25,000 “Espoirs”

8 In addition to Sport Canada carding: Refundable tax credit for top level athletes (2,600 x 1,000 to $4,000 = 5 M$) Équipe Québec (500 x $6,000 = 3 M$)

9 $228,000 High school sports/study programs: 1,415 student athletes, 21 schools in 24 disciplines $72,000 École Sport-Études program — 550 college students, 21 CÉGEPS, 6 universities $500,000 National Multisport Center – Montréal $150,000 Conseil du sport de haut niveau de Québec $120,000 to SportCom

10 Other Forms of Athlete Support

11 Main stakeholders, partners Leader in High Performance Sport Development

12 Support for Plan Implementation $4 million, 53 sports competitions training camps activities focussing on athlete development

13 $2.8 million for PSDE through sport organizations (350 coaches) $2.5 million through Équipe Québec (125 x $20,000) Training and development activities with Sports-Québec + National Coaching Institute (NCI)

14 Primarily at the Provincial Finals First step toward excellence Reaches athletes, coaches, officials, organizers, and volunteers $2.1 million Sports-Québec, provincial organizations, regional sport and recreation branches

15 Canadian and International Levels $302,000 for 154 events in 2003–2004 (yearly) Single support for large-scale events: –IAFF 2003 ($6.2 million) –FINA 2005 ($14.4 million)

16 With the Federal Government Massif Petite Rivière Saint-François ($10.2 million) Jarry Stadium ($14.4 million) Université de Sherbrooke stadium ($6.2 million) Georges Vézina Centre ($1.8 million) Myriam Bédard Centre ($45,000) Alone Université Laval stadium ($2.1 million) Bromont Velodrome ($1.9 million) Lac Beauport water ramp ($990,000)

17 Salt Lake City – 29.5% Sydney – 21.4% Manchester – 24.6% Dominican Republic Pan Am – 20.9% 2003 Canada Games Development of a sport culture

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19 Guy Thibault, Ph.D. Research advisor MAMSL


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