We bring you another brief, but important and informative video from the terrific series by NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children), this one on the topic of supervision levels in sports.
Earlier we told you about TrueSport, a great organization committed to encouraging fair and healthy athletic participation without the “win-at-all-costs” mentality. The True Sport application is a great resource for parents and young athletes to help increase the commitment positive ethical participation in sport.
You could say he embodies everything wrong about parent coaches. Or you could say he is trying to make boys into men. But the parents had their say, and Justin Byrne of the Chalfont St Peter’s Football Club, Buckinghamshire, UK won’t be coaching their boys anymore.
Geoff Thran is a full-time high school teacher and part-time Rose Bowl groundskeeper. He takes being a fan to a whole new level. Look at and read about what he does to his back yard in the amusing words of the L.A. Times’ Chris Erskine.
CoachDeck is proud to be an advocate for PHIT America. PHIT stands for Personal Health Investment Today. PHIT America is a cause and campaign dedicated to increasing physical activity and fitness to improve the health of America. We’ll be bringing you more information from and about PHIT in coming weeks.
Want to see over 25,000 stuffed animals rain from the sky and onto the ice of a hockey arena? In the Calgary Hitmen’s annual Teddy Bear Toss game fans, some carrying multiple stuffed animals, throw them onto the ice after the Hitmen’s first goal. The teddy’s, of course, go to local charities. More than 50 charities in the Calgary area partnered in this year’s 19th annual toss. See the epic video here.