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ACHIEVEMENTS

SUMMARY OF STORM's 2015-16 SEASON

It has been a busy year for Storm, with many “firsts” this season. In particular, we had 10U category, gender specific 12U teams and our first 14U Western Championship! We qualified 4 out of 4 teams in the 14U Western Finals and 3 out of 4 Teams in 16 & 19U Finals in Montreal. All exciting developments for our club and our athletes! From 10U all the way to 19U, our teams represented us well with your dedication and commitment to the sport. Not that success should be measured solely on the hardware our teams brought home but this year our teams certainly delivered in that area too!

NCL Western Championships held in Surrey BC

19U Boys Gold

19U Girls Silver

16U Boys Silver

14U Girls Gold 

14U Boys Silver 

Diba Pieravani and Connor Macmillan - MVPs 

Sam Donoghue - Most Valuable Coach 

NCL National Championships held in Montreal QC

16U Boys Bronze 

Toni Maric - MVG 

19U Girls Bronze 

19U Boys Gold

Bear Fraser - MVP 

John Kaukenin - Most Valuable Coach 

SUMMARY OF STORM's NATIONAL TEAM VICTORIES

Men's - National Club Championships (22 Championships) -

  • 14U 2011, 2012 (Evergreen Championships)

  • 16U 2001-2002, 2005, 2011, 2012

  • Mini-NDPL 2013

  • NDPL 2013

  • 18U Men  1998-1999, 2005

  • 22U Men's 1995, 2000-2001, 2005

  • Sr Men's 1999-2004

 Women - National Club Championships (14 Championships)

  • 14U 2010 (Evergreen Championships)

  • 16U Women 1999, 2004-2005, 2007, 2011

  • 18U Women 2006-2008

  • 22U Women 1996-1997, 1999-2000

  • Sr Women 2003

Individual Storm Member Achievements:

Junior Women

  • 1995- Worlds- Heather Jackson, Kaliya Young

  • 1997- Worlds- Prague, Czch- Karin Umemura, Susan Gardiner

  • 1999- Worlds- Italy- Susan Gardiner, Angela Johnson, Anne Harris

  • 2001- Worlds- Rebecca Webb

  • 2003- Worlds- Calgary, Canada- Rachel Riddell, Cecily Morgan Jonker Senior Women

  • 1998 World's Perth, Australia - Kaliya Young

  • 1999 Pan Am Games - Kaliya Young

  • 2000 Olympic Games- Sydney, Australia- Susan Gardiner

  • 2001 World's Fukuoka, Japan - Susan Gardiner

  • 2002 Commonwealth Games- Manchester, England- Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell

  • 2003 Worlds Barcelona, Spain - Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell

  • 2003 Pan Am Games - Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell

  • 2004 Olympic Games- Athens, Greece- Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell

  • 2005 Worlds Montreal - Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell

  • 2006 Commonwealth Games- Australia- Susan Gardiner, Rachel Riddell Senior Men

  • 1984 Olympics- Rick Zayonc , Gord Vantol, Rene Bol

  • 1990 World's Perth, Australia-  Mike Wilmink, Darren MacMillan, Al MacMillan, Rick Zayonc

  • 1998 World's Perth, Australia - Adam Sidky, Mark Block,

  • 1999 Pan Am Games - Adam Sidky, Thomas Marks, Mark Block

  • 2001 World's Fukuoka, Japan  - Adam Sidky, Mark Block, Thomas Marks.

  • 2003 Worlds Barcelona, Spain - Thomas Marks

  • 2003 Pan Am Games - Thomas Marks

  • 2005 Worlds Montreal - Thomas Marks, Brandon Jung, Dan Stein, Kevin Mitchell, Iain Lark

  • 2006 Commonwealth Championships (Perth, Australia) - Thomas Marks, Constantine Kudaba, Dan Stein, Kevin Mitchell, Iain Lark

  • 2007 Worlds Melbourne - Thomas Marks, Constantine Kudaba, Brandon Jung, Kevin Mitchell, Dan Stein

  • 2007 Pan Am Games - Thomas Marks, Constantine Kudaba, Brandon Jung, Dan Stein, Kevin Mitchell

  • 2008 Olympic Games Beijing - Thomas Marks, Constantine Kudaba, Brandon Jung and Kevin Mitchell

  • 2009 Worlds Rome - Thomas Marks, Brandon Jung, and Constantine Kudaba

  • 2011 Pan Am Games - Constantine Kudaba

  • 2011 Worlds Shanghai - Constantine Kudaba

  • FINA World League Super Final 2007 in Berlin (GER), August 7-12 - Thomas Marks, Brandon Jung, Constantine Kudaba, Kevin Mitchell, and Dan Stein

  • FINA World League Super Final 2008 in Genova (ITA), June 16-21 - Brandon Jung, Thomas Marks, Constantine Kudaba, Kevin Mitchell.

  • FINA World League Super Final 2011 in Florence (ITA), June 21-26 - Constantine Kudaba