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The Globetrottin’ ADs – S2E17 – The Winning Way

The Globetrottin’ ADs – S2E17 – The Winning Way

Globetrottin' ADs
April 15,  2021

Matt and Nick join, yes join, The Winning Way podcast on this Globetrottin’ ADs episode. Zach Shank and Tommy Brown are two private school Athletic Directors in the US and recently started a podcast called The Winning Way. A few weeks ago Matt and Nick joined them as guests on their podcast to talk about international school athletics plus life overseas and the bulk of this episode is that interview.

Before becoming guests Matt and Nick give a recap of the 2021 CEESA Conference which was just held virtually. There were seven sessions in the athletics strand at the conference and Mark Hull of the 3D Institute was the keynote speaker. Mark was also a guest way back on episode 10 of the Globetrottin’ ADs right after the 2020 CEESA conference was canceled.

Here are links to everything mentioned in the episode and we encourage you to visit the 3D Institute and give The Winning Way a listen.

3D Institute:
GTAD Episode with Mark Hull: HERE
CEESA Conference 2021:

The Winning Way: @thewinningway
Zach Shank @zts33
Tommy Brown @bethethumb

Thank you to our podcast sponsors; Kukri Sports and Coach Evaluator 

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The Globetrottin' ADs is a global community of international school athletic directors, activity coordinators, coaches, teachers and friends. The podcast and website is hosted by Matt Fleming, AIS Budapest and Nick DeForest, AIS Vienna. The podcast was started in January of 2020, when the coronavirus was not even a blip on the radar, but expanded into online conferences and resources which brings community members from around the globe together to share, learn and grow.


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