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Teaching Athletes About Winning It All

August 25, 2016 by  
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Author: Dr. Wade Gilbert 08/18/2016 Back to Coach Doc archive To rerun this excerpt/article in a magazine, newspaper, website, or e-newsletter with permission from Human Kinetics, Inc., please contact the marketing department at 1-800-747-4457 or MarkA@hkusa.com. Teaching Athletes About Winning It All The amazing gold medal winning performances in the recent Olympic Games at Rio […]

Gay Athletes in Sport

August 25, 2016 by  
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‘These are walls that crumble over time’: Hockey executive Brian Burke at Edmonton panel on gay athletes in sport By Phil Heidenreich Online journalist Global News Brian Burke of the Calgary Flames spoke to Global News before taking part in a special panel discussion in Edmonton about the LGBTQ community’s experience in sport. He talked […]

ASAA Hiring: Assistant Director Provincial Championships

August 23, 2016 by  
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August 10, 2016 Category ASAA News and Information The ASAA is inviting applications for the position of Assistant Director, Provincial Championships &Student Initiatives. Reporting to the Executive Director, this is a full time position and will be located in Edmonton, Alberta and is intended to start mid to late September 2016. Click here for the full […]

National Coaches Week

July 30, 2016 by  
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Celebrating Coaches in Ontario For Over 10 years! September 17th– 25th, 2016 marks the second annual National Coaches Week (11th Coaches Week in Ontario) asking Canadians to join together to celebrate the tremendous positive impact coaches have on athletes and communities. This week is an opportunity to recognize YOU for the integral role you play by saying […]

The Brain Is Like A Muscle

July 22, 2016 by  
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How physical exercise makes your brain work better Thursday, June, 23, 2016 As OFSAA’s 2015-16 season runs to the finish line and summer looms on the horizon, we encourage you to spend #Summer16 staying active and living healthy. As proud proponents of Education Through School Sport we believe in the power of athletics to develop […]

KidSport So All Can Play!

July 22, 2016 by  
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Give a Little, Help a Lot with KidSport Wednesday, July, 20, 2016 OFSAA and ‘KidSport’ will partner once again in the coming school year to help high school students in Ontario overcome financial barriers that are restricting their participation in school sports. Applications will be available soon through the OFSAA website for the 2016-17 school […]

To My Female Colleagues leaving Coaching

July 22, 2016 by  
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To my Female Colleagues leaving Coaching | Becky Carlson | LinkedIn Becky Carlson D-I NCAA Women’s Rugby Coach, Quinnipiac University Jul 19, 2016 I saw your social media announcement today in my feed. I read that you are leaving your institution after so many years. I took note of your plans that you were “moving on”, […]

Fearless Coaching and Protecting Your Livelihood

July 22, 2016 by  
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  Becky Carlson D-I NCAA Women’s Rugby Coach, Quinnipiac University Follow Fearless Coaching and Protecting Your Livelihood Apr 11, 2016 From age 6 through high school I played baseball on all-male squads. Military bases did not have many options for young girls and even if they had, I would have chosen baseball. Because I had short […]

Did You Know About Special Olympics Ontario School Championships?

June 23, 2016 by  
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  What is the Special Olympics Ontario School Championships program? Special Olympics Ontario’s School Championships & Qualifiers program (previously known as Four Corners) uniquely promotes sport training and competition opportunities to high school student athletes with intellectual disabilities, providing them with opportunities to compete and advance to the Special Olympics Ontario School Championships.  The School […]

Happy Father’s Day: Stevenson High School grad beats dad’s record in 110 meter hurdles

June 23, 2016 by  
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Happy Father’s Day: Stevenson High School grad beats dad’s record in 110 meter hurdles Darrow Smith, left, with his son, Joshua, a freshman at Spring Arbor University and Stevenson High School graduate. Joshua beat his dad’s 34-year college record for the 110 meter hurdles. Submitted by the Smith family. Joshua Smith was bound to win […]

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