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BC COACHES PERSPECTIVE is Coaches BC's quarterly publication which includes the latest coaching news in BC and an up-to-date list of resources and programs available to coaches. It includes articles on sport nutrition, legal issues in sport, sport psychology, sport medicine, financial management as well as information on upcoming events, seminars, and NCCP courses.

Coaches BC members receive a complimentary subscription to BC Coaches Perspective and have access to current and archived issues of the magazine through the Members Only area of the Coaches BC website.

Note: If you would like to quote or reprint from our publication, please  and use the following reference format for specific article:  

Author, I. N. (Year).  Title of the Article.  Coaches Association of BC, BC Coaches Perspective, Edition, pages.
Sample: Watson, L. J. (2012). Athlete Selection. Coaches Association of BCBC Coaches Perspective, Winter 2012, 6-7.

BC Coaches Perspective - Spring 2012

  • Recovering from Recovery: Recovery in Perspective ? Wayne Goldsmith
  • Are You an Inspirational Youth Coach? 10 Things to consider ? Michael Langlois
  • Coach Development ? Why BC Soccer is Doing it Right ? Laura Watson
  • Coaching a Difficult Child ? Melissa Lambert
  • Featured Coach Profiles ? BC Rugby?s Shane Thompson
  • Early Sports Specialization for Children Does Not Guarantee Results ? Stacy Irvine
  • Sport BC?s46th Athlete of the Year Awards ? Coach of the Year Finalists
  • Equal Playing Time Before Middle School ?Doug Abrams
  • Upcoming Membership Changes



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The publication is read by a wide variety of individuals interested in the field of coaching at all levels of sport in BC. It is distributed to all Coaches BC members and is also circulated to administrators involved at all levels of sport administration in addition to the smaller municipal centres, rural recreation offices and print media throughout BC.

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