The Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) and Team Ontario proudly announce the appointment of Laura Condotta (Womens division) and Kelly McGuire (Mens division) as the head coaches for the 2025 Canada Games Beach Volleyball.
The duo of Condotta and McGuire is set to lead the charge for Ontario as Canada’s top young athletes descend upon St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, for the highly anticipated Canada Summer Games in 2025.
The Canada Games, renowned as the largest multi-sport event in the country, represent the pinnacle of athletic competition for over 5,000 athletes participating in more than 20 different sports. Held biennially, alternating between summer and winter editions, these Games are a celebration of athletic prowess, camaraderie, and the pursuit of excellence.
In the most recent Canada Summer Games held in 2022 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, the beach volleyball competition witnessed thrilling performances. Steven Abrams and Jonny Pickett emerged victorious, claiming the gold medal for the men’s team. On the women’s side, the duo of Emma Braticevic and Sophia Hladyniuk displayed exceptional resilience in a hard-fought match against Quebec, ultimately securing the silver medal for their remarkable performance.
Both coaches bring a wealth of experience, dedication, and a passion for the sport, promising to elevate the performance of Ontario’s beach volleyball teams. As the countdown begins for the next chapter in Canadian sports history, all eyes will be on St. John’s, where the future of beach volleyball is set to unfold in an exciting display of skill, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
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