Canadian Tenpin Federation hires Tyrel Rose as full-time head coach



    2013BWCTyRose.jpgThe Canadian Tenpin Federation has announced that it has hired Tyrel Rose (pictured) as its head coach.

    Following board approval in July, the CTF has redefined its definition of their head coach position. For the first time, this becomes a full-time position with expanded responsibilities that includes not only the National Teams, but coach training and development as well as organizing local clinics and lessons for bowlers across the country.

    Rose, born and raised in Pointe-Claire, a suburb of Montreal, was the 2004 CFT National Champion and competed four times internationally for Team Canada in 2004 and 2005, earning a silver and bronze medal, before retiring from high performance competition in 2008 in favor of pursuing a career in coaching.

    Starting as an assistant coach with Team Canada in 2009, Rose was the men's head coach for 2013 and 2014. Integral to this new role, he is also a National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) trained Master Learning Facilitator, and evaluator for both competition-level coaching courses, which allows him to fulfill the coach development portion of this new role.

    "This is just another step in the process of revamping our High Performance Program", High Performance Manager Catherine Innes stated.