Future Elites


Sport PEI hosts Future Elites - a Legacy Performance Event for athletes on PEI aspiring to be at a College, University, or National Team level.

Athletes, aged 13 to 17, striving to compete at the next level in their respective sport were welcome to apply to be part of the "Future Elites” Legacy Performance Event. The event is organized by Sport PEI and looks to join athletes together with common interests for learning and testing purposes.

Our last Future Elites event featured guest High Performance John Patrick Stevenson.  Jackson Slauenwhite spoke to the athletes on mental training, with testing and training sessions were led by Shannon MacAulay and Kris MacPhee from Synergy Fitness.

For more information, or to apply for an upcoming event, contact Lynn Boudreau, lboudreau@sportpei.pe.ca, or call (902) 368-6253.

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Our Mission: To give Island athletes an equal opportunity to discover and expose their athletic talent!

Future Elite events exist to support emerging athletes in achieving their sport related goals. They consist of physical, nutritional, and physiological learning sessions in order to help athletes develop the appropriate tools to take their game to the next level.

Future Elites hosts athletes in different sports from across the province for learning and testing in a supportive environment. We target those athletes, aged 13-17, looking to go to the next level, be it college, university or national team.

How long will the event take?

Athletes should expect to be at the event for approximately 2 hours after their registered start time. During this time, athletes will register, complete basic anthropometry measurements (height, weight, arm span) before the testing begins. Athletes will then be tested in pre-determined waves based on selected registration times

What are the performance benchmarks?

Each sport requires different skills and the performance benchmarks are dictated by our partner - Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic. Athletes that participate in the Future Elites Combine will receive a custom scorecard the week after they participate, which will help them compare their performance against the benchmarks.

Which sports are recruiting new athletes through the RBC Training Ground program?

There are 9 National sport organization (NSO) partners involved with the RBC Training Ground program for the 2020 season.


Thank you and congratulations to all of the athletes that competed in the 2021 Future Elites Combine. The level of athleticism in our province is extremely impressive, and we can’t wait to see what these athletes will accomplish next!
Our overall top 2 male and female athletes from the event were:
  • Female: Maiya Chaudhary, Claire Davis
  • Male: Carter Bruce, Joseph Bertram

We would like to congratulate the top 2 event finishers (male and female) in each event:

  • Vertical Jump: Carter Bruce, Claire Davis, Mathis Blais, Maiya Chaudhary
  • Sprints: Carter Bruce, Maiya Chaudhary, William Lyons, Annie-Pier Morency
  • Mid-thigh pull: Andre Boudreau, Jenna Cyr, Joseph Bertram, Lily Robichaud-MacLeod
  • Long jump: Mathis Blais, Lauryn Monkley, Daniel Wills, Claire Davis
  • Beep Test: Colby Munro, Jane Bruce, Reagan Mills, Maiya Chaudhary
And THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who spent their time with us, we couldn’t have done it without you!
Maiya Chaudhary winner
Claire Davis mask
Carter Bruce winner
Joseph Bertram winner

Check out a previous event