For the last decade Daryl Hurrie has helped engineer some of the world’s most awe-inspiring sport performances – right here in Winnipeg. Daryl was previously the Director of Sport Science at an Olympic/ Paralympic training centre for 10 years where he with a multidisciplinary team to deliver integrated services to gifted athletes. Daryl is trained as a sports and exercise scientist, a physiologist and strength coach.
Daryl’s curious disposition, attention to detail, and innovative ideas have made him a highly sought resource for high-performance individuals and organizations. Daryl has travelled as a performance staff member for Triathlon Canada, Soccer Canada, Volleyball Canada, and Wheelchair Basketball Canada to name a few. He has consulted for the Winnipeg Jets, and many National sports organizations resulting in work that led to Olympic performances in Road Cycling, Triathlon, Paratriathlon, Swimming, Rowing, Volleyball, Beach Volleyball, Archery, and Curling.
Daryl is now pleased to bring his vast knowledge and incredible passion to the public, where he helps his local community members accomplish their goals and live their dreams through coaching and presentations on Health, Wellness and Performance.
Daryl currently sits on the board for the National Strength and Conditioning Association of Manitoba (2014-present). He has served on the National Sport Science Sport Medicine Advisory Council (2007-2016), and was appointed an Instructor 1 positions for the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Manitoba (2008-2012) to lead the Exercise Physiology rounds for the Primary Care Sport Medicine Fellowship at Pan Am Clinic.