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Curious Coaches' Club: Rising Phoenix: Implications for Coaches

In this session, Rikki Bingham, Lead Paralympic Coach for Archery GB and an ex-athlete, Jude Hamer, a 2-time wheelchair basketball Paralympian focusing on Tokyo, Frances Bateman, a wheelchair basketball, canoe and club coach, and UK Coaching's Head of Coaching Nick Levett unpick the implications for coaches of the Rising Phoenix Netflix documentary

In this session, Rikki Bingham, Lead Paralympic Coach for Archery GB and an ex-athlete, Jude Hamer, a 2-time wheelchair basketball Paralympian focusing on Tokyo, Frances Bateman, a wheelchair basketball, canoe and club coach, and UK Coaching's Head of Coaching Nick Levett unpick the implications for coaches of the Rising Phoenix Netflix documentary.

Rising Phoenix tells the extraordinary story of the Paralympic Games. From the rubble of World War II to the third biggest sporting event on the planet, the Paralympics sparked a global movement that continues to change the way the world thinks about disability, diversity and human potential.

Rising Phoenix celebrates the fortitude and determination of Paralympic athletes, while offering glimpses of their moving backstories.

What is the Curious Coaches' Club?

Each week, the Curious Coaches' Club brings experts together for a weekly coaching conversation

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