Biathlon Canada is thrilled to announce that Tyson Wellock has accepted the position of Director of Development and High Performance (DDHP).
Wellock, who resides in Chelsea, QC, recently completed his Masters of High Performance Coaching and Technical Leadership at UBC and is currently pursuing a Sport Analytics Certificate through the University of Michigan.
Tyson’s time in sport has been spent both in the pool and on the pool deck as a swimming athlete, coach, and club administrator. He has 20 years of coaching experience and has been successful in developing international level athletes for Team USA. Additionally, as an administrator, Tyson has played a leading role in securing funding for and building successful, sustainable development systems.
“We are so excited for Tyson to join the Biathlon Canada team. He has an ambitious vision for our future, is always learning, and is athlete-centred,” commented Heather Ambery, General Manager. “We will lean on Tyson's valuable experience and leadership style to continue to build momentum for Biathlon Canada’s future.”
"I am so happy to join Biathlon Canada! I have been a long-time fan and I am excited about the challenge ahead. I look forward to working with the athletes and coaches to help Canada become a consistent top performer on the world stage. I believe that Canada has all of the pieces needed to achieve this goal; we need to work together to put the puzzle together,” Tyson commented.
Tyson will work remotely, starting July 4, based in Chelsea, QC where he enjoys skiing in the Gatineau Hills with his partner and two dogs.