Ultimate NL is pleased to introduce Annika Bieger, who will run ultimate clinics this summer for kids and community groups.
Annika began playing ultimate at St. Paul’s Junior High and Holy Heart of Mary, and says she has “loved and continued to play ever since!” She’s played on a variety of school teams and participated in after-school ultimate programs and adult scrimmages and continues to play recreationally.
“I often helped coached my high school team and now I look forward to sharing my skills and experience!” she says.
Last summer, Ultimate NL led 38 clinics involving over 600 kids of all ages in communities around St. John’s.
Community groups and sports organizations interested in offering clinics to youth participants may contact Annika at email@example.com.
Congratulations to Luke Dyer for being named one of the province’s top athletes at the 15th annual Premier’s Athletic Awards ceremony on June 26.
The awards program recognizes athletic excellence and provides financial support to offset the costs of training and competition. Dyer was among the 125 athletes recognized at the ceremony.
“I’m thankful to have received this award, and that the province recognizes the talents of all our athletes and is willing to support us so we can keep following our dreams,” said Dyer.
Dyer is a member of the Canadian U24 open team that will compete in Germany this summer. He’s also responsible for Ultimate NL’s junior Storm competition program as our youth performance and development co-ordinator.
Ultimate NL also extends congratulations to Shae LeDevehat who received the Premier’s Award for athletics. LeDevehat regularly plays in several high school and adult ultimate leagues.