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Relative Age Effects: Implications for Performer Participation and Development (16-18 years) | Coaching Youth (age 13-18) | ConnectedCoaches

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ABradshaw
For more information on RAE check out the following link:

http://www.sportscoachuk.org/coaches/resource-bank/talent-coaching/relative-age-effect

There are two videos:

1. A Talent in Five which explores some of the other effects linked to RAE
2. A Talking Talent in which Dr Jean Cote explains some of his recent research findings

Happy viewing!
30/07/15
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