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2011 COACH OF THE YEAR


JON HAYDUK THE NOMINEES ARE: BRUNO CHARLAND, JON HAYDUK, ROB MCLEOD, ANTOINE TURGEON


NOMINATED BY: ALEX DAVIS


ACHIEVEMENTS: • 1st place - CUC2011 (Juniors) • Many of the players coached by Jon have gone on to play for Team Canada (20 or so over the past 4 years), University Ultimate across Canada and the US, and/or have given back by coaching at the high school level


• BC Provincial Champions with Saints/ York (aka Tight): 2008, 2009, 2010 (Finalist in 2007, 2011)


• Spring Reign Champions with Saints/ York (aka Tight): 2011 (Largest mixed juniors tournament in the US.)


• Coached the UBC Men’s 2nd Varsity: 2008, 09


• Coached UBC Women’s Varsity: 2010


Jon Hayduk has


coached one of BC’s strongest high school Ultimate programmes (St. George’s / York House) for the last six years. He has acted as either assistant or head coach for the CUC champions in the last three years, in addition to directly supporting all the Vancouver-area junior teams in the last four years as a coach, administrator, and manager. Jon Hayduk, as the Juniors Director of


the British Columbia Disc Sports Society (BCDSS), has ushered in an era of unprecedented expansion in the breadth and scope of BC competitive juniors Ultimate. Since his tenure began, BC has fielded more than twice as many touring juniors teams. In 2011, the BC Ultimate Championships saw 8 teams competing, of which 6 were vying for bids to the Canadian Ultimate Championships, making the BC Region one of the most competitive juniors division in the country. Of those 8 teams, 7 fall under Hayduk’s direct or indirect supervision. Hayduk tirelessly promotes, recruits


talent, engages assistant coaches for, administers tryouts for, manages funds for, and coaches the entire corps of Vancouver-based juniors teams and development camps. Moreover, interested juniors now practice the sport all year long under his personal direction.


In addition to these contributions, the BC juniors programme has also unarguably the most successful in results in the country. At CUC 2011,


8 Ultimate Canada Magazine — www.canadianultimate.com


BC based juniors teams captured 1st, 3rd and 4th place, respectively. Even then, Vancouver’s second-strongest team (4th) only suffered only a universe-point loss in


the semi-final. (BC also had the same top 4 finish at the 2010 CUC in Sherbrooke. Don’t know how best to phrase that, but it is notable.) He has also finally received his dream position as a coach for Team Canada Juniors 2012.


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