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Dean Oldershaw

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Mississauga Canoe Club

HQ Phone:  (905) 274-2127

Email: d***@***.ca

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Mississauga Canoe Club

31 Front Street North

Mississauga, Ontario,L5H 2E1

Canada

Company Description

Since 1958, the Mississauga Canoe Club has helped athletes of every skill level reach personal goals and celebrate amazing achievements! With a knowledgeable coaching staff, rigorous training and positive attitudes, we're dedicated to producing high performanc...more

Background Information

Employment History

Youth Program Coordinator

Mississauga Canoe Club


Affiliations

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

Member


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News | Canoe Kayak Ontario

canoeontario.org [cached]

Dean Oldershaw, a kayaker who's currently a coach at the Mississauga Canoe Club, trained with Wood prior to the 1972 and 1976 Olympics.
"He wasn't a natural athlete but he was the hardest worker I've ever seen," said Oldershaw. "I thought I was a hard worker but when we would train I'd see his back most of the time when we were running or cross-country skiing. mHe was an inspiration to be around and I know he made me train harder," he continued. "It was my honour to have known him and not just on race day," said Oldershaw.


www.mississauga.com

Dean Oldershaw, a kayaker who's currently a coach at the Mississauga Canoe Club, trained with Wood prior to the 1972 and 1976 Olympics.
"He wasn't a natural athlete but he was the hardest worker I've ever seen," said Oldershaw. "I thought I was a hard worker but when we would train I'd see his back most of the time when we were running or cross-country skiing." "He was an inspiration to be around and I know he made me train harder," he continued. Oldershaw, meanwhile, credited Wood with being a role model for other Canadian Olympics canoeists such as Larry Cain and Steve Giles. "It was my honour to have known him and not just on race day," said Oldershaw.


OCSRA High Performance Committee - Ontario Canoe Kayak Sprint Racing Affiliation

www.ocsra.ca [cached]

Dean Oldershaw
 Coaches Representative  doldershaw@cogeco.ca


Coaching Staff

www.mississaugacanoeclub.ca [cached]

Kayak Coach - Dean Oldershaw
Dean's father, Bert, was our founder. Dean began paddling at the age of nine and has not stopped since. He was a member of the Canadian Olympic team in both 1972 and 1976 and has represented Canada in many World Championships. At N. Americans and Pan-Ams, Dean is the only paddler to win gold in C-1, C-2, C-4, K-1, K-2, K-4 and W.C.. Nationally, he holds the record of 74 CCA wins - 26 as a W.C. cox. Dean has written and instructed Level 3 coaching certification courses. Since 1963, Dean has coached at many different canoe clubs, including 16 years at Missy; as well as coaching many national team athletes. His 1963 team of Missy Bantams won WOD's and were CCA champions in C4. In 1990, Missy was awarded the City of Mississauga's Team of the Year award while Dean was Head Coach. He is also an inductee of the Mississauga Hall of Fame and a recipient of the O.F.F.S.A. Pete Beach Award in 2000 as well as the Canadian Canoeing Association's R.E. Gilbert Award in 1990. Dean has had an enjoyable career as a Health and Physical Education high school teacher and is looking forward to coming back to his original paddling home and lending his extensive knowledge and expertise to our High Performance athletes.


Club History | Mississauga Canoe Club

mississaugacanoeclub.com [cached]

1990 Former member Mary Jane Yeo Abbott elected Commodore C.C.A. and Dean Oldershaw received Edgar Gilbert Award, Coach category at C.C.A. Annual Meeting.
Dean Older'shaw wins 60th gold at Nationals and Missy wins 12th burgee. 1978 C.C.A. Champions, Montreal; paddlers to World Championships, in Belgium; Dean Oldershaw, Reed Oldershaw, Scott Oldershaw, Gregg Smith, and Jeremy Abbott at the worlds. Also on World Championship team; Dean Oldershaw, Reed Oldershaw, Scott Oldershaw and Jeremy Abbott. World Championships saw Dean Oldershaw, John Wood, Scott Lee. First C.C.A. victory for Missy - Juvenile C-2 (Dean Oldershaw, Mac Hickox) followed that day by Juvenile C-4, Juvenile War Canoe, and Ladies War Canoe ("snowballs" were awarded).


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