Paul has always been a sports club supporter. He is also a lawyer with business experience and many years of leadership in sports. He developed a sports training facility in Red Deer for indoor field sports from the ground up utilized by clubs from all over the province. Paul’s goal with TTC is to create a home environment for Edmonton’s top sports clubs.
Quintin has graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2019. He has participated in various athletics throughout his life, but his focus was lacrosse and has played for teams in Alberta and British Columbia where he’s made Team BC. In addition, he played in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he received a NCAA scholarship for lacrosse. Health and fitness are his passion, and he has had the opportunity to train alongside athletes at both the amateur and professional level.
Ryan comes to us with over 8 years of coaching and training experience as a NCCP certified coach. Ryan is the founder/director of the Peak School of Football and is on QB Collective’s Pro Canadian Staff. Growing up Ryan played soccer, hockey, lacrosse, basketball, volleyball, and ran track before focusing on football as he received a scholarship from the University of Alberta Golden Bears in 2012. Ryan’s believes in the long-term athletic development model for training athletes, and seeks to enhance their development through coaching, training, and neutral thinking. Ryan serves a wide range of clients, from youth soccer players, to university women’s rugby players and university/professional football players.
Rees recently graduated from York University after wrapping up a decorated football career, having the opportunity to play on multiple all-star teams, including Team Canada and Team World. Rees has gained valuable training experience running programs at PlaymakerU and being an assistant strength and conditioning coach at York University. Rees also currently works with athletes at the Peak School of Football and Bev Facey High School.
Jamie recently returned to Canada after capping off a successful season with the San Antonio Athenians, leading her club to a regional championship and receiving defensive player of the year and iron woman of the year awards. Jamie has been assisting TTC’s training staff with developmental camps since graduating from MacEwan University in 2020. At MacEwan, Jamie won Female Athlete of the Year twice, and was a two-time CanWest All Star. She also had the opportunity to represent Canada at the World University Games in 2019. Jamie will be running our Soccer-focused Developmental Academy and will be available for both team training and individualized training throughout the fall.
Karl brings practical experience from his many years of experience in the construction industry. He was also a large district president in the soccer community and is a former president of a major soccer club. Most importantly though, he’s the only one of us that can fix our tractor.