Your Role As A Coach

People canoe for a variety of reasons. As a coach you should consider why your athletes are participating and what you want out of coaching.

Click "Start Activity" below and you will see an activity display in a pop-up window. Explore why people engage in sport by dragging the slider (Fern) across. Once you've finished, simply close the pop-up window.

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This influences how you approach your coaching during training and competition and the goals you and your athletes will set for the season.

Think back to the coaches that you may have had when you were a paddler.

What sort of impact did they have on your life?

There may be one coach in particular who stands out more than the others in your memory.

What was it about that coach that set him or her apart from the others?

Click below for a quick activity on what makes an effective coach. 

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