Luba Sadovska

Luba Sadovska

Luba Sadovska is a passionate advocate for table tennis. She co-founded the North Shore Table Tennis Club, which quickly became the fastest-growing club in British Columbia. Luba also established the first Table Tennis Academy in partnership with West Vancouver Schools, allowing students to earn educational credits while learning new skills.

Coach Luba SadovskaUnder her guidance, numerous young athletes have progressed to compete at provincial and national levels, and several senior players have earned silver and gold medals in various competitions.

Luba is more than a coach; she is a mentor who fosters relationships with her athletes, focusing on continuous personal development and growth. She excels at coaching effectiveness, valuing feedback, and collaborating with peers and parents alike.

Her leadership extends beyond coaching. Luba conducts clinics across the province, encourages athletes to become certified coaches, and is a champion for women and girls in sports. She teaches Table Tennis in Schools Programs, actively engages in community outreach, and has developed a program to mentor future coaches, players, and potential Olympians from diverse backgrounds.
Luba has been honored with several awards and certificates, including the 2019 Table Tennis Canada’s Betty Tweedy Award as Contributor of the Year, and she has completed a High Performance Coaching Course in Halmstad, Sweden, from December 6-11, 2019. In 2020, she was recognized as the Via Sport Community Coach of the Year.

Among her notable achievements, Luba serves as a Master Coach Developer in Table Tennis Canada’s National Coaching Program. She holds the distinct honor of being the only North American coach selected for an elite coaching course in Sweden, where she was also the sole female participant among 24 international coaches.

Luba is in her third semester of the Advanced Coaching Diploma with the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary, marking her commitment to her own professional development.

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