*The CAPP program replaces the old Enhanced Funding and NextGen programs and combines them into a single “pathway”*
Athletics Canada (AC) runs a high performance program whose purpose is: To systematically guide and support Canadian athletes along a sustainable pathway to Olympic and Paralympic medals.
A key part of the program is to identify and support named athletes who have the potential to contribute directly to our Olympic & Paralympic success. These athletes will be supported through Athletics Canada’s Canadian Athletics Performance Pathway (CAPP) program.
CAPP will supersede the current Enhanced Funding programs and the NextGen programs and combine them into a single program.
- 2018-2019 CAPP / AAP Consideration List
These lists show all athletes who were considered for the 2018-19 CAPP program.
These lists are shown in the order that athletes will be considered for AAP.
Below the main list is a list of athletes who declared for AAP but who were not eligible for consideration for CAPP.
- 2018-2019 CAPP Selection as of September 25, 2018
This list shows the athletes selected to CAPP and is correct as of September 25, 2018
2018 Interim CAPP Program
Athletics Canada’s (AC) High Performance Development Program’s goal is to maintain a National Sport Organization (NSO) led, systematic, high performance development program throughout the country which identifies and assists in the development of athletes who portray performance results trending towards potential top 8 performances at World Championships and Olympic/Paralympic Games. Aligned with the AC’s high performance strategies, our program provides opportunities for athletes and their coaches as they continue to develop their athletic aspirations to world success.