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RowingChat – with John Faulkner

RowingChat June guest – John Faulkner John established himself as a coach back in the 1970s and is expert … read more

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RowingChat June guest – John Faulkner

John established himself as a coach back in the 1970s and is expert in coaching lightweights.  Notable achievements include: 17 medals at the World Championships, 2 medals at the European Games, 2 Medals at the U23 Games and 3 crews selected for the Olympic Games.

Some of his highlights include: coaching the Danish Men’s squad between 2003 – 2007, working as the Head Coach for Holland Lightweight Squad between 2008 – 2012, competing in 25 finals and accumulating numerous medals.

Over 70 of the athletes John has coached, have gone on to represent their country.

John brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to RowingChat this month, especially for lightweight rowers and their coaches. Hear about his experiences from coaching at national level, pick up some excellent training tips and utilise his vast experience and knowledge by asking your own questions!

We will be talking with John on:

UK (BST) – 24th of June 8pm
USA/Canada (EDT) – 24th of June 3PM
USA/Canada (PDT) – 24th of June 12PM
New Zealand (NZST) – 25th of June 7AM
Australia (Sydney/EST) – 25th of June 5AM

Register below to view the RowingChat or ask a question..

About Rebecca Caroe
Rebecca is the host of RowingChat podcast and is a masters athlete and coach. Passionate about helping others enjoy the sport as much as she does. View all posts from Rebecca Caroe

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