Glenn Normore has had a long and successful career as both an athlete and builder. Known as being a double threat on the court with one of the best long range shots combined with the defensive capability that opponents feared. He played junior high at Dawson before becoming an elite player at Booth Memorial High School.
In 1974 Glenn finished high school and went on to play for Acadia University from 1974-1976, placing 3rd in the CIS in 1975. In 1978, Glenn competed with the Newfoundland Team at the Junior Nationals and won a silver medal, where he was named the MVP, Top scorer and named to the tournament all-star team.
From 1980 to 1995 Glenn won 6 straight titles in the St. John’s Men’s Division 1 League and one with Memorial University. During this time, he also won several provincial championships and was named MVP in nearly every tournament.
Normore also had a long coaching career at various levels including junior high school, provincial, Canada Games and Varsity. In 1995, he coached the Provincial team that won the U15 Eastern Canadian Championships.
Glenn also served as president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association, President with the St. John’s Men’s Basketball League executive in addition to various other roles throughout his career. In addition, Glenn also served on the board of Canada Basketball and was Canada’s representative with the Federation International Basketball Association. Glenn Normore has had a successful career as an athlete, coach and administrator and is well respected in the basketball community.