[FLR] Coaching can Make or Break an Olympic Athlete

August 12, 2016 | The “Gold” Edition


Happy Friday,


True story, Hamish Carson, a 27-year-old ecologist Olympic athlete representing New Zealand in the 1500m track at Rio has a coach. Here’s the key – his coach is 94 years old. Arch Jelley’s first Olympic games as a coach was in 1956.


It really doesn’t matter what age you are, helping your team reach their potential is timeless.


Scientific American | Coaching Can Make or Break Olympic Athlete


QZ | What Sports Psychologists Do For Olympic Athletes


Forbes | From Tax Geek To World’s Fastest Triathlete


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CJ | How to have a beautiful career like Bill Cunningham


Ted | Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?


Leading, along the road with you,




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