Bob Noble

 

Noble is on the CAMPA executive as the high performance director and is currently a full-time critical care transport paramedic with the infant transport team working out of the BC Children’s Hospital and BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre.

Jane Rusconi

 

Rusconi has coached Canadian Pentathletes at the Youth Olympic Games, World Cup competitions, NORCECA Championships, Pan American Championships, World Championships and World Biathle-Triathle Championships.

John Hawes

Alumni

Hawes has been involved in Pentathlon as an athlete, instructor, coach, and administrator for over 45 years and brings a wide range of professional and educational skills to the system. He has twice represented Canada at the Olympic Games as an athlete: 1972 (swimming) and in 1976 (Pentathlon).

Become a Coach

Interested in coaching pentathletes? Download an overview of the Pentathlon Coaching pathway.

For more information visit the Coaching Association of Canada National Coach Certification Program (NCCP).

To find out how to become a certified coach in the different pentathlon disciplines please visit the sport specific websites.

Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM) Coaching Certification Program

The UIPM offers 4 levels of certification:

  • Level 1 (Development Coach)
  • Level 2 (Coach)
  • Level 3 (Senior Coach)
  • Level 4 (Elite Coach)

For more information, visit www.uipmworld.org/coaches-certification-program

Pentathlon Canada offers UIPM Certification clinics. If you are interested in becoming UIPM coach, please contact Shaun LaGrange at: president@pentathloncanada.ca

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