|Lyne Piché joins coaching staff at Synchro Canada’s Centre of Excellence|
Synchro Canada is pleased to announce the addition of Lyne Piché to its coaching staff at the Centre of Excellence.
As an assistant coach, Lyne Piché of Boisbriand, Que., will work with the current coaching staff. She begins her functions on October 1.
Lyne Piché has coached synchronized swimming for 30 years. She worked with Dollard Synchro, Aquana and Alliance and has achieved level 3 with the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). She also has international experience. Lyne Piché was the national junior team assistant coach at the 2008 and 2010 FINA World Junior Championships as well as head coach of the under-15 national team in 2006 and co-head coach of the same squad in 2007. She was an assistant coach with the national B team at three international events. She was also Team Quebec’s head coach in synchronized swimming at the 1991 and 1995 Canada Games and an assistant coach in 2007.
“Synchro Canada is very pleased to add Lyne Piché to its coaching staff at the Centre of Excellence,” said Catherine Gosselin-Després, Synchro Canada’s CEO. “Her experience, knowledge, aptitudes and her personality will make her a great addition to our staff.”
“It’s a great honour for me to join Synchro Canada’s Centre of Excellence coaching staff,” said Piché. “Obviously I will miss the staff and athletes at Dollard Synchro. I would like to thank them for giving me this opportunity and wish them all the best. I’m sure they understand this position is very important for me in my personal development. Now I hope that my experience and knowledge will help this already internationally recognized coaching staff be even stronger. I’m very proud to join a team and a program that has shown it is back on the international stage.”
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