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Congratulations to Gary Bredehoft on Being Selected to join the National Coaching Commission


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We would like to congratulate, Gary Bredehoft, Midwest Council member and CSCS of Tiger Coaching & Personal Training as he has been selected to join the National Coaching Commission, of the USA Triathlon organization. The role of the National Coaching Commission (NCC) includes establishing coaching certification’s and education programs for the advancement of USAT coaches. All NCC member coaches are USA Triathlon Certified Level II or Level III coaches, and have previous or current multisport coaching experience. 

From Gary: "I wish to be a part of the National Coaching Commission to help contribute to the betterment of the sport of Triathlon and its coaching. I want to continue to give back to the sport I have loved and supported for the last 20 years, and contribute with improving our athletes. I have displayed dedicated service to USAT over the last 12 years serving as an Athlete Development Coordinator, Midwest Council Member, and Certified Race Director and recently completing the Certification as a USAT Official. I have been a speaker for the Level I Coaching Clinics in the past and have coached over 500 athletes. I have demonstrated a dedication to many volunteer programs and boards over the last 25 years as my resume states. I love coaching and have a passion to continue to evolve as a coach and share my experiences with other young coaches."

Please join all of us from the Midwest council in congratulating Gary.

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