Updated July 1, 2020. A return to sport: Transitions Measures stage. Team Performance Volleyball Club is excited for the phased return of volleyball. We have put together a detailed "return to play" plan for this summer and fall, under the direction and guidance from the Provincial Health Authority, Volleyball Canada, Volleyball BC, and ViaSport BC. Our plan prioritizes the health and safety of our athletes while balancing modified activities. Read our detailed plan here.
Updated March 17, 2020. BC K-12 schools have been suspended until further notice.
Updated March 12, 2020. With the increasing severity of COVID-19 concerns, Team Performance Volleyball Club continues to monitor developments, assess, and implement an action plan on this fluid and evolving situation. With that, we will be following the lead of the Provincial Health Authority, as well our sport governing bodies. We will also be communicating related information as early as possible.
The Provincial Health Officer has stated:
BC residents are recommended against all non-essential travel outside of Canada, including to the USA.
Should any BC resident travel, they are to stay away from work or school for 14 days upon one's return.
Directing event organizers to cancel all gatherings larger than 250.
These measures have a direct impact on TPVC athletes, personnel, and families:
Surrey facility rentals have only been cancelled for any events over 50.
The Provincial Health authority has reported (as of March 12) that school closures after Spring Break is not advised at this time.
USA volleyball has eliminated the sanctioning of all USA Volleyball activities (including camps) through March 31.
Any TPVC athletes planning to attend a non-sanctioned local or travel camp are advised to check with the organizers.
No doubt, there will be more announcements regarding practices, tournaments, provincials, and nationals closer to the end of March. Your TPVC coaches will update you accordingly.
Updated March 5, 2020. Hello TPVC family,
This message is being sent out over an abundance of caution.
With the ‘normal’ cold and flu season in full swing, and with heightened awareness over the outbreak of COVID-19, TPVC has discussed the potential impact on our members. Though the current risk is still very low, this is an evolving situation, so our club plans to monitor and update accordingly, in the interest of preparedness. We feel this is necessary as some of our athletes will be travelling over Spring Break, and our teams will be soon be attending events away from home. Stay tuned for continued updates. It is possible that, after spring break, we may not be able to practice due to facilities shut down. We hope that is not the case, of course, but it is out of our hands. In the meantime, please commit the following practices and behaviours to help you combat cold and flu season, and to minimize risk of viral transmission:
Practice and reinforce habits to minimize risk of viral transmissions like influenza:
Wash hands frequently with soap and water; 30s rule.
Avoid touching one’s mouth, eyes or nose with one’s hands.
Consider carrying alcohol-based sanitizers to events.
Launder gear regularly.
Vitamin-rich diet to support immune system.
Keeping properly hydrated.
Avoid “communal drink jugs” or sharing of drink bottles.
Disinfecting surfaces such as team tables, etc.
Continue to apply good hygienic habits outside of volleyball (in school, public, etc.)
If experiencing any symptoms (coughing, fever, etc.), inform coaches and do not attend team events until evaluated or cleared by medical personnel.
We also encourage you to engage in “no-contact” practices:
Avoid handshakes, “high-fives” and team hugs.
No pre-game and post-game hand contact with opponents and officials.
Try other forms of no-contact gestures such as waves, the “air high-five”, etc.!
We want our TPVC family members safe and healthy! We’ll all work together to keep things that way! HAVE A WONDERFUL, RESTFUL SPRING BREAK!!
Team Performance Volleyball Club
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Team Performance Volleyball Club (TPVC) is a non-profit girls' volleyball club operating out of South Surrey / White Rock and Delta.
Pursuit. Passion. Pride. Power. Performance.
TPVC athletes lead their high school teams to success! Congratulations to all the TPVC athletes in their high school seasons! Here is just a sampling of the athletes' highlights:
2019 TPVC 15U - Lauren W. & Bryn P. - South Delta Jr. Girls South Fraser Champions 9th place, Provincial Championships 2019 TPVC 14U - Keira M.* & Sienna L. - Earl Marriott Grade 9 Girls Surrey Champions, Bronze in South Fraser Championships (* Tournament all-stars) 4th place, Provincial Championships 2019 TPVC 14U - Bianka F., Myah C.*, Anna T.*, Jade G. and Isabela J. - South Delta Grade 9 Girls Delta Champions, Silver in South Fraser Championships (* Tournament all-stars)
TPVC Tryouts Information
Tryouts for the 2020 season has now ended. We thank all applicants and wish everyone the best of luck in their respective seasons. Check out our team pages for rosters.
TPVC runs fall sessions (September to November) to prepare high performance athletes (Grades 5-8, 9-11) for the upcoming demands of club season. Sessions also compliment the high-school season. Register now, as spaces are limited in keeping with a strong coach-athlete ratio.
Training finishes the third week on November. New training resumes in 2020!
November, 2019: Congratulations to all our TPVC athletes on their high school seasons. Lauren and Bryn help SDSS Jr. Girls to a South Fraser championship. Myah, Bianka, and Anna lead SDSS Gr. 9 Girls to 2nd in South Fraser championships, while Keira and Sienna lead EMS Gr. 9 Girls to a Surrey championship and 3rd in South Fraser championships. Myah, Anna, and Kiera were selected as South Fraser tournament all-stars. August, 2019: Registration for our fall (Sept. - Nov.) training sessions is now LIVE!
June, 2019: Congratulations to our TPVC athletes who were selected to attend the Baden Cup 14U and 16U camps! Two 16U (Paige, Morgan) and four 14U (Anna, Myah, Bianka, and Keira) athletes were all selected to represent TPVC at Baden. Fantastic job, all!
June, 2019: Great job to TPVC 14U athlete Keira for winning the Grade 8 athlete of the year at EMS!