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If an injury occurs that prevents the same outcomes of athletic success and attention, there needs to be a focus on other areas.....
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Podcasts

Courtside Podcast

Andy Burns, tennis parent extraordinaire, and founder of the organisation Courtside is in the process of producing a bank of Podcasts specifically for sporting parents.  We had the pleasure of recording one with him, click on the link to the left to listen to the HPP podcast.  If your child is into any sport from abseiling to athletics, rowing to rugby, tennis to taekwondo….there’s something at Courtside for you.

 

 

RowingChat with RowPerfect

Recently, I had the great honour and pleasure of being a guest on the RowPerfect RowingChat series.  It was lovely to spend an hour chatting all things rowing and parenting with RowPerfect’s Rebecca.  If you missed the live show, you can catch up on YouTube and hear lots of advice on the highs and lows of parenting a young rower.

Organisations We Recommend

These are some of the wonderful organisations we have worked with in the past.

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