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Sport Forum - Effective Approaches for Females In Sport


Sun 23 Jun 2019, 9:00am–3:00pm

Where: Trustpower Baypark Arena, 81 Truman Lane, Mt Maunganui, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $10.00
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Listed by: Sport Bay of Plenty

Join leading sports professionals at the BOP Sport Forum on Sunday 23 June to discuss ways to create a positive sporting environment that helps women and girls succeed.

Learn new and effective approaches to coaching, training, relationship building and female athlete wellbeing.

The forum is a unique opportunity to hear from industry leaders including Black Ferns Sevens assistant coach Cory Sweeney, high performance sports physiotherapist Jacinta Horan, international hockey official Kelly Hudson, sports psychologist Mariane Gray and Black Ferns Sevens development manager Belinda Muller as they discuss their experiences and approaches for ensuring women and girls in sport have the best opportunity to shine.

Coaches, athletes, officials, team managers and parents of all genders are encouraged to attend to discover and discuss new ways for building a positive sporting environment that attracts and retains females.

$10pp (50% of proceeds will go to a women's charity), lunch provided. Registrations required via the Sport Bay of Plenty website.

The BOP Sport Forum 2019 is proudly hosted by Sport Bay of Plenty and Bureta Physiotherapy.