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Youth & Coach Development: Comparing Malaysia & the United States PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Wednesday, 09 May 2007
Here is my latest article appearing in the May issue of Bowling This Month.  I collaborate with Dug Barker to compare the youth development and coach training models in the United States and Malaysia. 

Click below to go directly to the article.  It is also available in the article section of the web site.

Youth & Coach Development: Comparing Malaysia & the United States, Bowling This Month, May 2007, 34 - 37.  (880 KB)

 
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