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Christy Hering, USA Curling Development Associate
Tel. 888-287-5377 Ext. 209

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2018-19 HPP Application


2018 - 19 U.S. Curling Association High Performance Program  (HPP) Application

Deadline:  CLOSED Wednesday, May 9, 2018 

U.S. Curling Association High Performance Program 2018-19 Application Form (Deadline: Wednesday, May 9th 2018) The U.S. Curling Association (USCA) 2018-2019 High Performance Program is aimed at identifying and developing the USA’s best talent for international competitive success. Athletes will be selected for the High Performance Program (HPP) on an individual basis.  The USCA HPP National Coaching Team led by Derek Brown, Director of High Performance will review all applicants and select participants. Applicants should be aware that the HPP is aimed at the elite athlete population who have already excelled at the highest levels of National and International competition in Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles. If you are not already achieving these performance levels then you will not be considered for the HPP. The deadline to submit applications for the 2018-19 HPP is Wednesday May 9th, 2018. Applicants will be informed of the USCA HPP National Coaching Team’s decision on whether they have been accepted by Wednesday, May 23, 2018. The HPP expectations, opportunities, and full selection criteria can be found in Appendix I, below.


1.  All applicants must be paid up members in good standing of the USCA and a member of a USCA-member club or alternatively, a one-time payment of a $100-per-athlete administrative fee must be paid.

2.  Each applicant must meet the USCA's eligibility criteria for the National Championships (Men's, Women's or Mixed Doubles) as per the current USCA rules book, which can be found at
3.  One application form per person.

4.  Please fill in all details requested on the attached form, which includes a section asking why you would like to be considered for the High Performance Program.

5.  Selected athletes will be required to sign and adhere to the USA Curling Athlete Agreement.  The 2017-18 Agreement can be found at:

6.  The High Performance Program is committed to achieving long-term, sustained competitive excellence.

APPENDIX I USA Curling High Performance Program (HPP) Selection Criteria

The aim of USA Curling’s High Performance Program (HPP) is to select and support the best available athletes to achieve sustained competitive excellence.  The expectation of the HPP is that all applicants should be at a current high level of performance and be realistically capable of representing the USA at the World Championship and Olympic levels. As a team sport, a variety of both objective and subjective selection criteria will be used. Team chemistry and coachability are also vital components of success and will be important elements of the selection process. The decision on who will be ultimately selected to the HPP will be made by USA Curling’s coaching staff.

Objective Criteria (in no particular order)
•     Previous results (International, National within the last 2 years)
•     Past performances (individual performance statistics where available within the last 2 years)

Subjective Criteria (in no particular order)
•     Coachability
•     Attitude
•     Playing position flexibility
•     Contribution to team chemistry
•     Future performance potential
Athletes will be selected based on the above criteria and also on the opinion of the USCA HPP coaches and staff as to who has the potential to achieve sustained competitive excellence.

USA Curling High Performance Program (HPP) Opportunities and Expectations   Athlete Opportunities
•     Consistent access to dedicated HPP Coaches throughout Training and Competition
•     Team USA gear package
•     USOC Olympic Training Center(s) access as coordinated by the USCA Director of High Performance
•     USOC programmatic support in the following areas:  Strength and Conditioning, Sports Psychology, Nutrition & Medical
•     National Training Center access
•     Logistical planning and financial support for Training and Competition budget

Athlete Expectations
•     Commitment to Team USA Training Program & Competition Schedule
•     Adherence to the HPP agreements & Team rules
•     Meet or exceed performance standards as set by HPP Coaches
•     Wherever possible athletes will train and travel as a team under the direction of HPP Coaches

Questions about the application process or information provided within should be directed to:   Derek Brown, Director of High Performance.


2018-19 HPP Application-CLOSED

Registration Dates: 04/25/2018 to 05/23/2018
Start and End Dates: 05/19/2018 to 06/01/2019
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