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mattynickels
Great article! There is no doubt in my mind that the relationships (athlete-coach/athlete-athlete), commitment and trust within a group are the backbone of success and effectiveness of the group. Having discussed success with European champions from previous generations, it was the camaraderie and cohesion outside of competition that was top of the list of reasons for the success.
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