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Ian Mitchell said:

I would agree with all three points raised above from my experience with coaching women. The girls I am lucky enough to work with are like sponges when it comes to taking in new information - they actively seek it out. I believe that their 'openness' with coaches is a huge positive and has certainly raised my aspirations and hopes for the group.

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