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Ramirez calls for more women coaches

Team Philippines’ Chef de Mission and Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William Ramirez graced the opening of the Women In Sports Leadership and Coaching Seminar yesterday at the Century Park Hotel, Manila and mentioned the need for more women coaches in the country in his speech.

Ramirez calls for more women coaches
PSC Chairman William Ramirez, PSC Commissioner Celia Kiram and Australia-based coach Patricia Puzon pose with the delegates of the Women In Sports Leadership and Coaching Seminar at the Century Park Hotel, Manila
“Women have the special ability to read the heart and mind of an athlete,” the agency chief said in his message to over 150 sports women leaders, coaches, and local government representatives all over the country, with PSC Commissioner Celia Kiram and Australia-based coach Patricia Puzon as resource speakers.

“Coaching is not always perfect, but it is leadership. I want to honor our Filipino women who truly exemplifies the self-awareness, ingenuity, love and heroism in honing the best in our athletes,” added Ramirez.

Puzon is the author of the book, ‘Becoming a Great Coach’ and the director, founder and head coach of MAC’s CrankIt Tennis Academy (MCTA) in New South Wales, Australia.

“I share the call of Chairman Ramirez to develop our Filipino women coaches,” added Puzon.

The four-day seminar was the agency’s successor event to last year’s Women’s Congress, with Ilocos Norte Governor Maria Imelda Josefa “Imee” Marcos attending the event.

The PSC continues to promote activities on women in sports, as mandated by law through Republic Act 9710, also called the “Magna Carta of Women.”

Topics: Team Philippines , Philippine Sports Commission , William Ramirez , Women In Sports Leadership and Coaching Seminar , Celia Kiram
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