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2018 Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards (Sept. 22)

Aug 28, 2018 | Uncategorized

Celebrate the dedication and commitment of exemplary men and women who coach in Ontario at the 2018 Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards on September 22. Innis Town Hall Theatre in Toronto will be the site as the coaching stars will be recognized. The Awards recognize the importance of leadership, performance and the value of human insight which are all integral to great coaching.

OFSAA is responsible for the selection of a male and a female coach in the School Sport category. This award is open to active teacher-coaches with a minimum of five years coaching experience. The nominated coach will have influenced the development of new coaches and have shown evidence of program building as well as encouraging athletes to give back to sports.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to celebrate coaching in Ontario!

Learn more about the event and get up to speed on how you can secure tickets by clicking here.

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