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Kylah Cawley appointed to the role of High Performance Manager

August 23, 2023
Kylah Cawley appointed to the role of High Performance Manager

Archery Canada is pleased to announce a significant change in our high-performance initiatives with the selection of Kylah Cawley as the newly appointed High Performance Manager. This strategic move marks a transition from the part-time High Performance Director role and highlights our commitment to continuously improve our organizational capacity.

Following a rigorous search and selection process, we are confident that Kylah Cawley’s expertise and passion will propel us towards greater heights. We extend our gratitude to all the candidates who expressed their interest in this pivotal role.

As the High Performance Manager, Ms. Cawley will play a pivotal role in shaping and executing Archery Canada’s High-Performance vision and strategies. Collaborating closely with Archery Canada’s leadership and stakeholders, she will lead the charge in advancing our National Team programs across Olympic, Compound, and Paralympic target archery disciplines. Kylah will work closely with a dedicated team of coaches, advisory groups, and sport science & medical experts to orchestrate seamless program delivery.

Moreover, Ms. Cawley will take charge as Archery Canada’s high performance lead, actively engaging with the Athlete Assistance Program (AAP), Own the Podium, the Coaching Association of Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Canadian Paralympic Committee solidifying our presence and influence within the high-performance landscape.

Kylah Cawley’s leadership will be complemented by a dedicated support team, including a Program Coordinator, Barebow/Field Coordinator and Compound Coordinator, working in harmony with the National Team Advisor, Recurve Jr National Coach, and integrated support personnel.

As we embark on this exciting chapter, we also wish to acknowledge the remarkable contributions of Alan Brahmst during his tenure with Archery Canada. His invaluable insights and dedicated efforts have been instrumental in shaping our National Team program and forging connections with diverse sporting bodies, a legacy that will continue to resonate.