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“From Athlete to Coach: Women in Coaching”

The ringette game had just ended. It was one of those closely contested affairs. I lost hair and fingernails – you may know the type. The coaching staff was huddled outside of the dressing room in a corner of the … Continue reading

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“Practice, Practice, Practice”

The air was cool and crisp. Voices were everywhere. Ringette players were chatting prior to practice. The “Zamboni” was just finishing its faithful duty of cleaning the ice. A blend of anticipation and excitement was in the air as players … Continue reading

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Kelsey Youldon Interview at the Canadian Ringette Championships           Kelsey Youldon leads our Waterloo office. On-ice workouts to improve individual skills and team tactics and common game-based patterns. Counseling of Ringette Athletes for motivation and to … Continue reading

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Our Ottawa office is led by Kaitlyn Youldon. Services offered include: Designing tactics that prevent goals and build momentum for your team. Off ice conditioning and fitness testing for Ringette players with a focus on core ringette fitness attributes such … Continue reading

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About Ringette

Ringette is a Canadian game first introduced in 1963 in North Bay, Ontario. Developed originally for girls, ringette is a fast-paced team sport on ice in which players use a straight stick to pass, carry, and shoot a rubber ring … Continue reading

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