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It’s Here! Check Out The New OFSAA Podcast

Jan 9, 2020 | Uncategorized

OFSAA has joined the podcast craze!

The OFSAA “TIMEOUT” Podcast has a special guest to kick off the debut episode. Yes, episode one features 1980s former high school football great James Duthie.

Okay, so you probably know him better as the recognizable face of TSN. The versatile and longtime host of Molson Canadian Leafs Hockey and on-site anchor of the Super Bowl, the Grey Cup, the World Junior Championships and The Masters was on the other side of the Q & A this time around. We think you’ll enjoy the back and forth conversation about his high school athletic pursuits and his award-winning broadcasting career. 

•Listen to James sing a few bars of the Gloucester Gators’ fight song.
*Who’s the messiest member on the TSN Hockey Panel?
•Hear a passionate James Duthie talk about his own personal experiences coaching students. 

Be sure to check it out on your favourite platforms at https://anchor.fm/ofsaatimeout

As we move along with future monthly podcasts, look for more special guest interviews along with topical issues of interest to student-athletes, coaches, parents and educators. 

Please contact Pat Park ([email protected]) if you would like an important, or even a fun topic, discussed on a future episode of OFSAA “TIMEOUT”. It’s a great platform to promote the efforts of individuals and the initiatives in school sport around the province.

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