SERG Alberta


Virtual Hall of Famers on Tour


Beyond the Win is a motivational education program allowing students across Canada the opportunity to connect with Hall of Famers who champion good in their communities and inspire character in our youth. Going “beyond the win” is characterized by Hall of Famers’ contributions to humanitarian causes and community service, leveraging their new status as Order of Sport champions to pass on sport’s shared values to Canadians.

This inspiring program creates a lasting educational impact by teaching youth that performance is more than strength, speed and agility, it is integrity, empathy and optimism. Each presentation is directly aligned with the curriculum, teaching students important values, such as perseverance, ethics and resiliency. All students can now engage with this vital education initiative since we are virtual!

That’s not all! We will also be utilizing state-of-the-art WebRotate 360® software to create 360-degree views of significant artefacts that will enhance this synchronous learning experience! Youth will feel like they are intimately engaging with unique artefacts and memorabilia relating to the Hall of Famer’s story and, as always, there will be lots of time for questions with the Hall of Famer!

For the most up to date information what which Hall of Famers are offering presentations please check the Beyond the Win webpage here.

This is a national education program. Curricular connections by province are available HERE.

Join the wait list! Click here to BOOK TODAY at absolutely NO COST to you and join the 8000+ youth to date who have been positively impacted by this uplifting program!

Program Components
  • Virtual synchronous learning
  • Engagement with videos and alternative media texts, such as Hall of Famer memorabilia and photos
  • Connect with Hall of Famers through a 15-20 minute presentation
  • Artefact session using a combination of physical and 360-degree views of digitized artefacts
  • Question and answer period with the Hall of Famer – students are required to create meaningful questions in advance of the program using downloadable pre-visit activities
Booking Contact

Book by contacting the Manager, Education and Programming at or call 403-776-1059.