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#London2017 – Sally Pearson and Why She Decided To Go It...

  Sally Pearson is one of the best 100m hurdlers the world has ever seen.  She has multiple World, Olympic and Commonwealth titles to her...

A GREAT weekend for female coaches worldwide!

The summer months if your in the Northern Hemisphere, or the winter months if you are in the Southern Hemisphere of 2017 are hotting...

Why are there so many New Zealand Head Coaches coaching at...

To give you an idea of the scope of people that play this game, Netball, throughout New Zealand, our population is 4.4 million and 3.14%...

Why are there so many New Zealand Head Coaches coaching at...

New Zealand born Melissa Hyndman is one of the world's most prominant high performance netball coaches.  Previously having been the Fiji (2007 - 2009) and...

Pan Am Games; training ends & the games begin!

As our third day of training draws to a close, our crew is now ready to launch the first real match, which will happen tomorrow.  I've been pretty focused on making sure that our timing, scoring and results procedures are all set to go and that I'm comfortable with my job at the main supervisor station. I did get a little chance to watch some beach volleyball yesterday and walk around the grounds at Pan Am Park.  There's lots of energy and lots of pin trading going on, loud music and concession

Pan Am Games; Brenda’s first day as a volunteer

  Brenda is the Head Coach to the Queen's University Mens Volleyball Team in Ontario, Canada.  Her career has spanned 40 years and in that time she has won many Championships, has an incredible win-loss record and was inducted into the Kingston & District Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.   Brenda is volunteering at the Pan Am Games 2015 which is being held in her home Country Canada.  She will be spending most her in the Exhibition Centre to support the Volleyball.     Below, Brenda shares with us

FIFA Women’s World Cup; The game that nobody wants to play

The game that nobody wants to play; the two losing semi-finalists go head-to-head to determine who finishes third in the World Cup.                 This years game was between Germany, the twice World Cup winners, and England who have reached the furthest they have ever done.   For the Germans it was a poignant game; the last that former world player of the year Nadine Angerer would play and also the last game Silvia Neid would be at the helm for.  For England, they were looking for their first
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