Ex-UBC coach leads volleyball camp

A veteran with four decades of volleyball experience, Dale Ohman takes the reins of the Gold Medal Volleyball Camp.

The sixth annual Gold Medal Volleyball Camp takes place July 21-25 in Chilliwack, with former University of British Columbia coach Dale Ohman taking the lead.

The camp will be held in the GW Graham gymnasium.

Ohman, the executive director Gold Medal Volleyball, retired to Chilliwack after a 25 year run with the T-Birds.

Ohman brings over 40 years of camp coaching and organizational experience to the gym, where he’ll be joined by Ross Ballard.

Ballard will serve as the camp’s head coach. He is a 10 year veteran of Team Canada Volleyball and a past recipient of the BC Girls Volleyball Coach Of The Year award for his work at Vancouver’s Little Flower Academy.

For more info, contact Dane Larson by email at dane_larson@sd33.bc.ca or call 604-858-8010.

Reach Ohman by email at dmohman@shaw.ca

The cost is between $140-160 (age dependent) which also gets participants a t-shirt and shoulder bag.

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