To celebrate the game of basketball in Canada, BioSteel is hosting the 4th Annual BioSteel All Canadian High School Basketball Game!
The event will feature the top 24 male athletes born in 1999 or later who are either Canadian-born or enrolled in a Canadian institution. The top 24 will come to Toronto to work with Canadian coaches and trainers in a series of events, including: on-and-off court training, community outreach, skills competitions and the all-star game.
'BioSteel is committed to growing the game of basketball in Canada and we created this game as a platform to celebrate talent we have across our country,' said John Celenza, CEO of BioSteel Sports.
A truly Canadian event – all provinces and territories will be represented either with a seat on the selection committee or through athlete, coach and high performance staff participation.
The athletes will be chosen by an 8-person selection committee and divided into two teams. The committee is comprised of a cross-section of Canadian basketball stakeholders, including provincial/territorial representatives, clubs, coaches and scouts from across the country.
In it’s 4th year the BioSteel All Canadian Game is thrilled to announce the addition of the BioSteel All Canadian Women’s Showcase. The Women’s Game will be a part of the Nike Skills Challenge on Sunday, April 8th along with the BioSteel All Canadian Futures Game, Sport Chek 3-Point Shootout, and BMO Slam Dunk Competition.