Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hardest Working Canadians at the World's

Here are a few of the hard working Canadians helping to provide timely reports and photos to the folks back home, arbiter expertise, Canadian Team support and organization, coaching, and help to the WYCC Organizing Committee.  -- Victoria Jung-Doknjas

Andrew Giblon, Photographer and Journalist Extraordinaire!
We have all seen the amazing photos from the Olympic Tournament Hall that Andrew has captured round after each round.  What you don't know is that Andrew only has literally 10 to 15 minutes to RUN around and take pictures of all our U12, U14, U16, and U18 Boys and Girls before play is underway; and often time he waits to get the picture perfect photo op with our players' opponents to be included in the photo!

Maureen & Teresa - two of the hardest working Canadian Women on our Team!
Recognizing that the U10 Boys and Girls need to use the washroom on a separate floor, Maureen and Teresa volunteered their time to help escort and oversee the players to ensure that they safely return to the U10 playing hall without interaction with parents/coaches/other players.  Each round these two hard-working women are on their feet for several hours and on vigilant watch so that fair play is achieved. 

Aris Marghetis is the arbiter in the U18 section

Oleksandr (Alex) Kalaydin is the arbiter of the U8 Girls section

Parmjit Sohal is an arbiter in the U12 Boys Section

Head of Delegation, Andrei Botez, among many other things, continues to rally our Canadian Team -- all hands in...

Coach Vladimir Birarov continues to review games and prep our Canadian Team.
GO Canada GO!!!

1 comment:

  1. Don't miss out our kids, I mean... your kids.

    Michael Lo