2019 Head Coach (Canada Mens & Womens)

Victor Gravili (CDN)

Date of Birth: 1989-12-28
Age: 29
Birthplace: Cambridge, ON
Raised: Cambridge, ON
Residence: Etobicoke, ON
Height: 152.4 cm


Born and raised by an Italian mother and father… speaks English... current head coach of Humber College Lakeshore (OCR)... NCCP member since 2018… leads in wins, matches coached and medals won by a Canadian-born head coach within WDBF international play...


2011 - Humber Lakeshore Coach of the Year
2013 - Humber Lakeshore Coach of the Year
2015 - Humber Lakeshore Coach of the Year
2016 - WDBF Gold Medal (Canada Mens)
2016 - WDBF Silver Medal (Canada Womens)
2017 - WDBF Silver Medal (Canada Mens)
2018 - WDBF Bronze Medal (Canada Mens)
2019 - Humber Athletics Coach of the Decade

For Sport

One of the founding members of Dodgeball Canada… serving as Director of Sport and Player Development (2016 - present)… Developed several key sport and player development programs including, foundations skills training program and clinics, a national-wide Dodge In Schools program geared towards youth development within school curriculums… launched the Under 23 Player Development initiative focused on working with high-potential athletes across Canada…  former Team Canada General Manager (2018 )... architect of the current National Program model and vision ... implemented athlete contractual agreements and official Canada dodgeball policies.... developed National Program's values and ethics code of conduct...

Coaching Highlights
Former volleyball assistant coach at Monsignor Doyle Catholic Secondary School (2005-2007)


Serves (2008 to present) as head coach at Humber College Lakeshore… compiling a 132-15-1 win/loss record… guiding Humber to 19 OCR Championships and 23 OCR finals… Rewarded a lifetime achievement award as coach of the decade in 2019...

Serves as Canada Womens Head Coach (2015 – present) and Canada Mens Head Coach (2016 – present) … compiling a 47-20 WDBF win/loss coaching record in four World Championship appearances… has guided Canada Mens and Womens to playoffs berth in each World Championship during his tenure… has led Canada to four WDBF medals (2016 Canada Mens Gold, 2016 Canada Womens Silver, 2017 Canada Mens Silver, 2018 Canada Mens Bronze)

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