C.A.N.I.

343 333 2677

815 St Laurent Blvd
Ottawa, K1K 3A7
Canada

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LYNDON GEORGE

Track & Field Director

Founder of C.A.N.I. Athletics a sports performance company, which offers training in a positive, safe, and professional environment. With training systems designed by Mr George, and his team of expert coaches, C.A.N.I. Athletics offers programs that athletes can't find anywhere else. The company services athletes in every sport, at all ages and all skill levels. Athletes have the opportunity to improve speed, agility, mobility and flexibility, and energy systems, while reducing the risk of sports-related injuries. C.A.N.I. Athletics proven training, elite curriculum and professional equipment have been able to create Olympians, NCAA Champions, All Americans, Canadian National champions and team members. He has been heavily involved in:


  • Scouting for promising new talent to select and nurture to help them reach the highest level possible as quickly as possible


  • Coaching and support developing custom programs for each individual utilizing exercise science, modern testing, continual monitoring and fine tuning, drawing upon years of professional experience and competition.


  • Assist in getting proper medical care, and health related services by specialists attuned to issues specific to competitive athletes.


In 2007, Mr. George was named to the USA’s “Who’s Who List of Educators.” He was also named Coach of the Year in the CUNYAC Conference three times while the Head Track and Field Coach of the City College of New York(CCNY) from 2004 - 2007. His teams placed in the top four of the NCAA championships four times, placing second twice. In his six years as Assistant and Head Coach in the NCAA he cultivated an astounding 2 Olympians, 12 Individual NCAA Champions and over 60 All Americans. As an athlete he competed in the 1987 IAAF World Athletic Championships in Rome and was named to his native St Lucia’s 1996 Olympic Team. He was a runner up in the 400m at the 1997 Canadian National Championships.