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NL Sports Centre COVID-19 Plan

The NL Sports Centre strives to provide safe and welcoming high quality athletic facilities for use by Newfoundland Labradors Provincial Sports Organizations, member clubs, athletes and private sports organizations.

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Facilities

The Newfoundland and Labrador Sports Centre (NLSC) is a world-class, state-of-the-art athlete training facility, and was officially opened in July 2008. It serves as a venue for athlete training and for hosting provincial, national and international competitions for more than 70,000 athletes, coaches and administrators that make up Sport
Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Active Start Program

Introduction

Participating in physical activity is essential for the growth and development for children in the first 6 years of their life. Recent research has shown that getting sufficient physical activity in this age range enhances the child’s brain function, imagination, gross motor skills, coordination and social skills. The hope is that having opportunities to experience the basic movements of many sports at a very young age children will acquire the confidence and skills that will carry them into lifetime of participation in sport and activity.

Who and Where?

Recognizing the need for physical activity at this age the NL Sports Center, in partnership with Sport NL and Rugby NL is offering the Active Start Program for children up to 6 years of age at their facility at 100 Crosbie Road. The program will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on a “drop in” basis and is completely FREE!

Facilities, Equipment and Benefits

Utilizing the huge gymnasium located in the NL Sport Center as well as the large range of equipment stored in the facility children will have the opportunity to learn the following fundamental movement skills that are identified under Canada’s new Long Term Athlete Development Plan:

- Crawling        - Climbing         - Balancing
- Walking          - Jumping         - Swerving
- Running         - Kicking            - Throwing
- Skipping        - Tumbling        - Catching

 

Hours of Operation

Dr. Noel Browne High Performance Centre

Office Hours

Mon - Fri    9am -5pm
 

Riley's Room (Strength and Conditioning Area)

Mon - Fri    3pm - 9pm
Sat - Sun    10am - 6pm

 

Powerplex Gymnasium

All Areas

Mon - Fri    7am - 11pm
Sat - Sun    9am - 10pm