Have you heard about the move to do away with scoreboards in youth sports?
Richard Way, the project lead for Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) with Canadian Sport for Life, says competitive sports do nothing to build self-esteem and positive sportsmanship. He feels that if we remove the focus on winning, players will stay engaged longer.
Read more of my thoughts on this agenda in the post I wrote this week at Coachup. What do you think?
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