Carol Capitani, Head Coach of Univ. of Texas talks about coaching a top team

by Katrina Radke 0

November 05th, 2012 College, News

Carol Capitani, Women’s Head Coach of University of Texas talks with Katrina Radke about being a female coach and having her college coach from Cal Berkeley, Karen Moe Thornton (only person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame as a swimmer and as a coach) as a mentor.

Carol has had many years of top college coaching experience. She spent fourteen years total at University of Georgia, where they won several NCAA Championship Titles. She also coached with the Singapore National Team while living there for two years.

She shares her excitement about leading a powerful team at University of Texas, and how other coaches have positively influenced her life. She also suggests tips for new coaches (male or female, as the gender should not matter).

Enjoy!

Katrina

Katrina Radke is an Olympic Swimmer, Sport Psychology Professor, and Bestselling Author of Be Your Best Without the Stress, where she shares her own Olympic story, and tools for you to realize your true potential.

To order her book:

http://www.katrinaradke.com/index.php/shop/quickcart (for a signed copy)

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About Katrina Radke

Katrina Radke, MFT, is an internationally recognized Olympian, therapist, college psychology instructor, and a peak performance and health coach for many fields, including business, sport psychology, fitness, wellness and nutrition. She is a motivational speaker for corporate, educational and public events, and works with top physicians and health professionals. She …

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