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Waterford Sports Partnership, Ireland.
Waterford Sports Partnership - 'Everyone Active'

Friday, November 30, 2012

Winter Walking Challenge - Update - Week 1

The Winter Walking Challenge is now in its second week and we have been getting fantastic reports back from the group co-ordinators.  The weather is no match for our enthusiastic steppers, they are putting on their jackets, their woolly hats and getting out there - well done! 

Monday, November 26, 2012

Winter Walking Challenge

Waterford Sports Partnership is currently running a Winter Walking Challenge programme which has been embraced by over sixty Waterford people. Over the next four weeks the twelve groups will be stepping it out every day, no matter what the weather, counting their steps (with the help of a step counter) and monitoring their progress. Their mission is to increase their number of steps every week. 

Monday, November 19, 2012

Games for Understanding - Coaching Seminar

Waterford Sports Partnership is hosting the third and final coaching seminar on Monday November 26th focusing on Games for Understanding.  This seminar will cover how coaches can get the most out of a game situation. This session will specifically look at adapting generic games to develop decision makers.
There will also be a number of practical games that can be used in any coaching session on the night.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Boxing Programme

A total of 10 students from St. Paul's Community College participated in a four week Boxing program in the newly designed Sports hall, facilitated by local Boxing coach Seamus Cowman.

River Rowers Programme

Waterford Sports Partnership secured Women in Sport funding from the Irish Sports Council to run a rowing programme for teenage girls. The River Rowers programme was run over six weeks in conjunction with Blackwater Community College and Cappoquin Rowing Club.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Training for Developing a Drug and Alcohol Policy

Are you a sports club that would like to develop a drugs and alcohol policy for young people in your club? What would you do if you found drugs/alcohol at a training session or a sporting event that your club organised? Or if your best young sporting athlete was involved with steroids?
 
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