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Jennifer Cottin Joins INS Québec

October 12, 2021
Jennifer Cottin Joins INS Québec

JENNIFER COTTIN JOINS INS QUÉBEC AS MANAGER OF SPORTS MEDICINE SERVICES

Well-known in the Canadian high performance sports community, Jennifer Cottin will join the Institut national du sport du Québec (INS Québec) team as Manager of Sports Medicine Services as of November 1st. Associated with the National Short Track Speed Skating Team since 2010, Jennifer has held various roles including Director, High Performance since 2017.

“As Manager of Sports Medicine Services at INS Québec, Jennifer will ensure that our services meet the needs and expectations of our clientele. Her extensive experience in high-performance sport is a very important asset,” said Dr. Suzanne Leclerc, Director, Sport Medicine at INS Québec. “Her educational background in exercise science and in sport administration allows us to count on a combination of expertise that will contribute to a better understanding of the reality of the different actors in our environment, which is composed of health professionals, scientists, sport managers, coaches and athletes.”

“After many years of witnessing first-hand the excellent services provided to our athletes from the INS Québec, I am thrilled to join the organization and share my experience with the sports medicine team,” said Jennifer Cottin.

In her new role, Jennifer Cottin will be responsible for providing administrative and technical support in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation stages of the sports medicine sector’s activities. In addition to coordinating resources related to sport partners, she will coordinate the activities of the INS Québec medical clinic.

Jennifer Cottin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and a Graduate Diploma in Sport Administration and has over 10 years of experience in high-performance sport. In her role as Short Track Speed Skating’s High Performance Director, she led the 2018 Olympic team to earn five medals in PyeongChang, as well as numerous World Cup and World Championships medals.