Frank Gaudet (Junior Advanced and Junior Elite)

Frank is a level 3 professional badminton Coach.  Frank is the coordinator of the Saskatchewan Junior Provincials as well as the Saskatchewan Winter Games for the last three games.  He has coached the Zone 2 badminton team at Saskatchewan Winter Games.  He was the manager of the Western Canada Summer Games in 1998 and has coached the Western Canada Summer Games twice. Frank was the coach for the Canada Winter Games in 2007 as well as 2011.  Frank has been the coordinator for the North American Indigenous Games for the past 3 games as well as the coordinator for the First Nations Winter Games for the past 12 years.  Frank was the Chairman of the 2007 Canadian Open held in Saskatchewan as well as the Chairman of the Junior Nationals held in Saskatchewan in 2004 and next year.



Laurie-Anne Ruecker (Junior Advanced and Junior Elite)

Laurie is a level 2 professional badminton Coach.   Laurie has attended 2 Canada Winter Games as an athlete and  two as a manager.  She has attended 2 North American Indigenous Games as well as coaching the badminton team in the 2006 North American Indigenous Games.  She has attended numerous Western Canada Summer Games, Badminton Nationals, and provincial tournaments.  As a player she travelled to India, Hong Kong, Singapore to train with the Olympic badminton teams.  She also went to Australia and New Zealand to play in tournaments where she won the ladies doubles event.  Laurie’s goal as a coach is to help the athletes improve and refine their skills.



Seng Cau (Intermediate) 

Seng has been playing badminton for 20 years.  He started coaching 3 years ago when his children joined our program.  Seng is a level 1 coach and is currently coaching our intermediate program