Better Citizens Through Sport with Jenn Heinrich-Ep.27

Episode 27 May 19, 2021 00:31:35
Better Citizens Through Sport with Jenn Heinrich-Ep.27
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Show Notes

Chris & Jason reverse roles—at least regarding cold-weather clothing, and Jason discusses how strict Australia’s travel restrictions are. Chris then reports some good news. Chris & Jason discuss the new premium on broadband when traveling, and Jason talks about the new shiny things he sees in the evening sky over Sydney. Chris then quizzes Jason on the worst 7 things parents can do to young athletes.

Then the two switches to their interview with Jenn Heinrich, CEO of Girls Rugby, Inc. and former Executive Director of Rugby Oregon from 2002-2019, developing America's first youth and High School State Rugby organization—a model that 46 other states have emulated.

Jenn talks about how she discovered Rugby and some of the benefits of youth Rugby, including some of its unique benefits in the sports community. The three then get into a deeper conversation about the success of Rugby Oregon, intentionally teaching life skills that make better citizens.

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