TSN 1200 Interviews Dean Holden of Sport IQ
Posted by Dean Holden at April 6th, 2015
by Dean Holden, 28 March 2015
Saturday mornings, Gregg Kennedy and Richard Bercuson are the hosts of ‘Grassroots’, a provocative look at the complex world of minor hockey and all the issues that surround it.
Richard and Gregg chat with Dean Holden about Sport IQ, his experience coaching Korea’s National Team, his international insights into some ideal characteristics for development of model associations across the world, and the challenge of adapting these to Canada – specifically out west in Calgary. The entire podcast can be found here.
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