Victoria, B.C. – When Danièle Sauvageau coached the Canadian Women’s National Hockey Team to a gold medal at the 2002 Olympic Games, she helped end a 50-year Olympic gold medal drought for Canadian hockey. As a coach, general manager and coaching consultant, Danièle took part in seven Olympic Games, and she played an integral role in the women’s team winning seven consecutive world championships. You can hear her discuss on her experiences at the 2017 Sport for Life Canadian Summit, which takes place in Gatineau, Quebec on January 25 and 26.
Sport for Life Society is recognized as the national expert on Canadian Sport for Life, Long-Term Athlete Development, and Physical Literacy development. Sport for Life is a movement to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada through the promotion and delivery of Long-Term Athlete Development and Physical Literacy development.