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Why can’t 'run like a girl' also mean win the race? | Inclusive Coaching

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DannielleLucy
I saw this video a few months ago and loved the message it was promoting! Nothing wrong with throwing like a girl!
01/06/16
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IanMahoney
Ian Mahoney said:

Girls up to the age of 14 are faster than boys. Numerous studies have proved that!

08/04/17
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