First-Ever Conference for Women Rowing Coaches

    More than 50 women rowing coaches eager to improve their leadership skills and advance their careers are expected to attend the first-ever Women’s Coaching Conference (WCC), Nov. 30 to Dec. 2, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.  “There is a real need among female rowing coaches for...

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