OWG Camp 4
2022 ONTARIO WINTER GAMES
With the announcement that Kickboxing has been fully accepted into the International Olympic Committee (IOC) the stage has been set for our sports inclusion into the Olympic Games. Part of the Canadian Olympic Team pathway is the Ontario Games program. Organized by the Ministry of Sport the Ontario Winter Games is the largest multi-sport event in Canada and is the first step for all athletes in their Olympic Games journey.
The Ontario Winter Games is an incredible experience involving …
- 3,500 participants
- 500 officials/coaches
- 27 sports
- 4 days
- Athletes aged 9-18 years
The next OWG will be held in Renfrew County from March 3-6 2022.
Participants have an amazing sport experience including –
- stay in an Olympic Style Athlete Village;
- participate in a televised Opening Ceremonies;
- visiting other OWG sport competitions;
- and truly feel part of a major sporting event similar to a PANAMs or Olympic Games!
WAKO Canada will be selecting 200 youth in two age-categories – Younger Youth (aged 9-13) and Older Youth (aged 14-18). Supporting the athletes will be 20 Coaches selected to be part of Team Ontario. There will be two parent meetings at the first camp parents/guardians for both age groups of athletes.
The cost of the accommodations, meals and participation is subsidized by the Ministry of Sport and Kickboxing Ontario.
We are expecting a large number of participant to apply for a 2022 OWG position to apply early!
Participants will be selected based on their participation at 4 provincial training camps; homework assigned at the camps; and results of the National Championship to be held in early 2022.
The Training Camps are designed by Provincial Team Coaches and focus on technical skill building and cooperative team building. Team Ontario Coaches come from many different clubs from across Ontario and are dedicated to making each training camp an amazing experience for the young athletes involved!
The application for Camp #4 is below: