Sport, Ethics, Doping, Empowering Coaching & Burnout: WADC, Last Chance To Register

More than a drop of knowledge on offer in Lund next January - main image, Patrick B. Kraemer

Is swimming an ethical sport (sub-question: is it run on an ethical basis)? That is the question that folk will try to answer on January 7 when the World Aquatics Development Conference will devote the day to “Sport, Ethics and Doping”; registration open for another week – new to the roster; Marte Bentzen on “Burnout among high-performance coaches – is it a problem?”; and Prof. Joan Duda on progress in the realm of Empowering Coaching

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Is swimming an ethical sport (sub-question: is it run on an ethical basis)? That is the question that folk will try to answer on January 7 when the World Aquatics Development Conference will devote the day to “Sport, Ethics and Doping”; registration open for another week – new to the roster; Marte Bentzen on “Burnout among high-performance coaches – is it a problem?”; and Prof. Joan Duda on progress in the realm of Empowering Coaching

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