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Thank You

The Lowry family wishes to express its sincere gratitude to all who have supported the tournament over its 10 years, be that through sponsorship, donations, playing, purchasing raffle squares or auction items, donating auction items, or attending one or more dinners. The family is especially indebted to those who have volunteered their time as a member of the organizing committee, as helpers on tournament day, as athletes who have demonstrated their sport so passionately, and as Olympians and Paralympians who have come to support the day. You have been part of raising over $225,000 in Mark Lowry's name for a cause that he believed in – helping put more Canadian athletes on the podium.

Sport Excellence Fund Directs $16,200 to Gymnastics Canada

May 12, 2016 - Brendan and Jennifer Lowry are pleased to announce the most recent contribution of the Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund to support Canadian sport excellence. The Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund has contributed $16,200 to Gymnastics Canada to purchase technology that measures horizontal displacement of trampoline athletes.

The devices, which measure how far a gymnast travels away from the centre point of the trampoline on each of their ten skills (which results in score deductions), are cutting-edge technology which only three other countries in the world (Russia, China, and Canada), currently have at their disposal. Having an instant, visual representation of their skills will enable the athletes and coaches to make the required tweaks to their routines that will result in the maximum scores possible at competitions. Watch videos by coach Dave Ross and athletes Rosie MacLennan and Jason Burnett.

Funding for the devices, and the other projects that the Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund have been able to support over the years, were all made possible thanks to funds raised from the Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament which ran for 10 years in Ottawa. Funding decisions are made by the Lowry family based on recommendations from high performance sport technical experts from the Canadian Sport Review Panel and the Own the Podium program.

For the Lowry family, the ability to have a direct impact on Canada’s athletes, and to be able to see the funding in action is incredibly rewarding.
"As a family, we are strongly committed to fulfilling Mark's dream of helping Canadian athletes reach the podium at the Olympic Games,” says Jennifer Lowry, Mark’s wife. “This is what we hope to accomplish with the money raised over the years at the Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament”

Sports that have benefitted from the Sport Excellence Fund so far are:
Rowing Canada
Dive Calgary
Canoe-Kayak Canada
Canadian Curling Association
Cycling Canada
Swimming Natation Canada
Speed Skating Canada
Gymnastics Canada
Skate Canada

Skate Canada Biomechanics Lab

The Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund provided Skate Canada with a $20,000.00 investment towards the development of the Skate Canada Biomechanics Lab that will ensure Canada's figure skaters remain at the top of International podiums.

With this funding, Skate Canada purchased the XSENS - 3D Motion Tracking Technology. This system will enable skaters and coaches to analyse the minute details of their on-ice movements, leading to faster skill acquisition and consistent skill execution in competitive environments. This joint investment into the development of Canada's figure skaters ensures Canada continued dominance on the world stage.

“Skate Canada is very thankful for this generous gift from the Lowry Foundation. Mark Lowry was an exceptional leader in Canadian sport, and we are proud that this new technology which will help advance the performance of Canadian figure skaters will be part of his legacy of excellence.

2015 Drive for the Podium

Monday June 22nd saw over 175 people gather for a day of golf, dinner, and celebration of the legacy of Mark Lowry, the former Executive Director of Sport for the Canadian Olympic Committee. Through the generosity of sponsors, and attendees, over $26,000 was raised to support the Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund.

Over the past ten years, funds have been provided to a number of worthy sports to help aspiring athletes reach their athletic goals. The Lowry family will be considering the allocation of the remaining funds over the coming months. Information will be posted on this site and through press releases.


Mike Chambers, former COC President receives the $26,000 cheque
from Jennifer and Brendan Lowry.

Press release: July 6, 2015


“If we, as a country, wish to maintain a competitive edge in the world of amateur sport, we must do what it takes to allow our athletes to have the very best
in all aspects of their training.”
(Mark Lowry)


Final Mark Lowry Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament Raises $26,000
for Aspiring Olympians and Paralympians

(Ottawa, July 6, 2015) – An energetic and fun-filled group of 175 people made up of sport leaders, high performance coaches and athletes, sponsors, family and friends, as well as members of the Ottawa business community came together on Monday, June 22nd at the Stonebridge Golf Club to honour the late Mark Lowry and raise $26,000 for Olympic and Paralympic podium potential sports.

This was the tenth annual edition of the Mark Lowry Drive for the Podium golf tournament, which was first held in 2006 in an effort to raise funds for the Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund which was initiated in Lowry’s memory when he passed away on October 22, 2005 following a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. One of Lowry’s greatest legacies was the establishment of the Own the Podium program, designed to increase Canada’s medal haul at the winter and summer Olympic Games. The 2015 edition was the final tournament which has raised close to $250,000 over its lifespan.

CBC Sports veteran on-air announcer Scott Russell was the emcee for the evening which featured a welcome from Minister of State (Sport) Bal Gosal, on-course interviews with golfers, a final Oban scotch toast to Lowry and closing remarks from former COC president Mike Chambers. Olympians in attendance included Nancy Brawley (Diving 1968, 1972), Dan Thompson (swimming 1980), Bill Meyer (Water Polo 1984), Sue Holloway (canoe 1976, 1984, cross country skiing 1976) and Ole Sorensen (wrestling 1972). World silver and bronze curling medallist Lisa Weagle was also in attendance.

“Brendan and I are extremely grateful for the support that so many people have given to this tournament over the past 10 years”, commented Jennifer Lowry, Mark’s widow. “You have all contributed to a legacy that was Mark’s passion and for that we say thank you and merci.”

Since the beginning funds have been donated to various high performance sport projects or programs designed to give Canadian athletes and coaches a competitive edge over their competitors. These special projects include the Mark Lowry Ergometer Centre for Rowing in Victoria, the Mark Lowry Portable Dry-Land Training Area for diving at the Talisman Centre in Calgary, as well as a Dry Land High Performance Centre at the Rideau Canoe Club in Ottawa, the Mark Lowry Sweeping Broom for curling, the Mark Lowry Recovery Room for swimming and for specialized equipment for Paralympic cycling initiatives. In 2013, $20,000 was provided to Speed Skating Canada to help fund the Mark Lowry Speed Skating Tech Shop at the Calgary Olympic Oval and in 2015 a contribution was made to Skate Canada to help fund the VeriSkate Video Analysis tool.

The Lowry Family will be reviewing potential projects over the coming months to determine where the next contribution will be made.

A long-time contributor to Canadian sport at both the national and local levels, Mark Lowry was the Executive Director of Sport of the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) from 1997 to 2005 and was the Executive Director for Diving Canada (1979 to 1986), Rowing Canada (1986 to 1992), and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (1992 to 1997). During his 25-year career in sport, Mark worked tirelessly to advance the cause of athletes and coaches in Canada and was known for his tremendous passion and infectious enthusiasm. He envisioned and brought to life the Own the Podium program by fostering trust and communication between key stakeholders in Canadian sport.

For more information:
Bob Elliott
(613) 299-5542
or
Penny Joyce
(613) 784-0013


2014 Mark Lowry Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament Raises $23,000

An energetic and fun-filled group of 160 people made up of sport leaders, high performance coaches and athletes, sponsors, family and friends, as well as members of the Ottawa business community came together on June 23rd at the Stonebridge Golf and Country Club to honour the late Mark Lowry and raise $23,000 for Olympic podium potential sports. Read the full press release.

Thank you to all participants, sponsors and supporters!


COC Chief Sport Officer Caroline Assalian receives the $23,000 cheque
from Jennifer and Brendan Lowry

2014 Tournament Photo Gallery

Photos of the tournament and dinner are available online.

Sport Excellence Fund Directs $20,000 to Speed Skating Canada

During the post-tournament dinner, the Lowry Family was pleased to announce that $20,000 will be directed to Speed Skating Canada to help fund the Mark Lowry Speed Skating Tech Shop at the Calgary Olympic Oval. The project will include specialized equipment used in the rockering of skate blades that allows speed skaters to optimize performance through precise tuning of their blades leading to enhanced power, control and balance. A symbolic cheque was presented to Mark Mathies, Executive Director, Sport for Speed Skating Canada and to Ian Moss, CEO of Speed Skating Canada.


Mark Mathies and Ian Moss of Speed Skating Canada receive
the cheque to support the Mark Lowry Speed Skating Tech Shop
from the Lowry Family.

2013 Tournament Photo Gallery

Photos of the tournament and dinner are available online.

2012 DFTP Tournament raises $19,000

The 2012 Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament was a great success. In addition to raising $19,000 we also raised awareness for Olympic athletes and their need for additional funding. Thanks to our sponsors for their ongoing support but most of all thanks to all who attended and showed their generosity at the auction tables.


Mike Chambers, COC Past President receives the $19,000 cheque
from Jennifer and Brendan Lowry.

Visit our photo gallery of the 2012 Tournament.

Three Sports Are Beneficiaries of $63,900 from the Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund

Jennifer and Brendan Lowry are pleased to announce that the Lowry family has decided to make contributions totaling $63,900 to three separate sports in 2011. More...

2011 Drive for the Podium a Huge Success!

Thanks to everyone who took part in the 2011 Mark Lowry Drive for the Podium Golf Tournament held on June 20th at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club.

The weather was gorgeous and the 150+ attending had a great day. Your generosity was exceptional and we raised $21,000 this year, not easy in these challenging financial times. The proceeds of this tournament are used to assist current and aspiring Olympic athletes and coaches. Over the past six years that the tournament has been held over $150,000 has been raised.

We were honoured to have former Olympians Alex Baumann (swimming), Sue Holloway (cross country skiing, canoe/kayak), Alison Korn (rowing), Ole Sorensen (wrestling) and Scott Cranham (diving) take part in the day.

Emcee Scott Russell of CBC Sports did his usual wonderful job at keeping the evening program rolling and the Lowry family truly appreciates his continued support of the tournament.

Auctioneer Kent Browne also provided his services and helped raise a significant amount through the live auction.

Thanks go to our many sponsors (see below) and auction prize donors for their generosity as well. Without them this event would not be near the success that it is.

Watch this web site for news of where the next contribution will be made from the Mark Lowry Sport Excellence Fund.


Jennifer and Brendan Lowry present a cheque in the amount of $21,000
to Jean Dupré, CEO of the Canadian Olympic Committee

Donations:
The Mark Lowry Memorial Sport Excellence Fund was established as a tribute to Mark Lowry, the Canadian Olympic Committee's Executive Director of Sport, who passed away on October 22, 2005.
If you are unable to join us for the tournament and wish to support the fund, you can make a donation directly to the fund by cheque. Please email us for details.

 


 

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