Mohamed Rezk

Mo began playing Water Polo in Gezira Sporting Club in Cairo, Egypt at the age of 12. He moved to Canada at the age of 20 and trained in Waterloo for 4 years under 2-time Olympian Paul Pottier. He then moved to Halifax ​and​ played with Dalhousie University for 3 years. There he won Nova Scotia Male Water Polo Athlete of the year award in 2012 and helped Dalhousie go undefeated for 3 years while also registering as top scorer in 6 tournaments. In 2015, Mo moved to Toronto to play and improve his game with 2-time Olympian George Gross’s Toronto Golden Jets. After his first season playing in the National League, Mo unexpectedly started coaching to help the club and developed a strong passion for it. This led him to commit to coaching the Toronto Golden Jets​’​ U14 & U16 teams.

Mo’s philosophy in coaching and accomplishing goals revolves around 4 main cornerstones​:​ “focus, intensity, purpose ​and​ passion”. His mentors throughout his life include his father, ​the Gezira Club coaches, Paul Pottier & George Gross Jr. His main objective ​for his players is to help them reach whatever healthy goal they have in mind, ​to ​develop a positive outlook on life and ​to ​become strong contributors to their society. Mo is a Registered Dietitian and when not coaching water polo, he runs his successful company Redirect Nutrition Consulting (RNC), a private practice that helps ​its clients develop a healthy lifestyle.