Canada Games team AB Identification, Selection, and Training processes and programs are currently being reviewed. Information regarding the 2025 Canada Games will be updated by Dec. 20th, 2023
The Canada Games, held every two years, alternating between summer and winter, are the largest multi-sport event in the country and represent the pinnacle of interprovincial/territorial sport competition. As the best in their age group, these young competitors come to the Games having trained long and hard to be among those chosen to represent their respective province or territory. Since 1967, nearly 100,000 athletes have participated in the Games with hundreds of thousands having engaged in try-outs and qualifying events. Add to that the over 100,000 coaches, officials and volunteers that have been directly involved in the planning and staging of the Games and you have some idea as to the enormous reach of the Canada Games over a proud history.
Indoor volleyball has been on the Canada Games program since the very first Canada Games in 1967 in Quebec City, QC, and is one of the few sports that has been featured on both Winter and Summer Games programs. Indoor volleyball was on the Winter program from 1969-1987, and transitioned to the Summer program at the 1985 Games in Saint John, NB.
Beach Volleyball made its debut in both Men’s and Women’s categories at the 2001 Canada Summer Games in London, ON. Beach volleyball returned to the program in 2009, and has been on every summer program since.
For more information on the Canada Games program, contact Ben Saxton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780-415-1703 ext.8
Key Info and Dates for 2025 Canada Games:
Canada Games team AB Identification, Selection, and Training processes and programs are currently being reviewed. Information regarding the 2025 Canada Games will be updated by Dec. 1st, 2023
Athlete Identification/Program Pathway
To Be Announced!
Volleyball Alberta will be offering a Team Alberta Beach program for interested athletes.
Volleyball Canada will be offering a Youth & Selects Men’s National team.
The Development of a Physical Profile
Our High Performance Committee has researched and evaluated physical testing results from numerous sources to understand the base physical performance levels that athletes should possess for continued success in our sport.
18U Male Team Alberta Athlete- Physical Profile (with recommended standards)
Standards updated by the High Performance Committee in 2019
Please note: These standards are not the sole factor in athlete identification or selection. Athletes also need to demonstrate potential to be an elite athlete, a willingness to learn, a great attitude, decision making and leadership skills.
Previous Canada Games Team AB Rosters and Results
2022 Canada Games – 19U Team Alberta
Results: Canada Cup, Tier 1 Championship Silver Medal
Results: Canada Summer Games Silver Medal
|19U Team Alberta Men
|1 – Zach Van Geel
|2 – Marek Edwards
|3 – Logan Greves
|4 – Luke Weddell
|5 – Renn Petryk
|6 – Tate Howell
|7 – Victor Secches Reis
|8 – Mason Greves
|9 – Reeve Gingera
|10 – Max Penner
|11 – Aaron Elser
|12 – Ethan Czepuryk
|13 – Jacob Sargent
|14 – Ashton South
|15 – Jacob Breton
|Head Coach – Greg Barthel
|Assistant Coach – Sam Tuivai
2017 Canada Games – 18U Team AB Roster
|Griffin Butler (alternate)
|Jordan Krause (alternate)
Financial Assistance Program
Athletes in financial need can apply to Volleyball Alberta for assistance via the Hugh Hoyles Scholarship Fund.
Below is a list of other scholarships, grants, and programs that athletes may apply for:
- Kid Sport Alberta: KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under
- JumpStart: Jumpstart funding helps families that need a financial hand with registration, equipment and/or transportation costs.
For more information on the Team Alberta Indoor program, contact Ben Saxton at email@example.com or call 780-415-1703 ext.8