Paul Smith, Founder & Author, London t: +44 (0)20 8567 4659 e: paul@GreatSportsmanship.org
John McGrann, Middle East & Asia, Dubai m: +357 97 838 603 e: john@GreatSportsmanship.org
About The Great Sportsmanship Programme
mobilising communities into sportsmanship
GSP mobilises communities into sportsmanship values, sport & literacy. Based on true, 2 minute, inspirational sportsmanship stories, this innovative ‘edutainment programme’ also boosts self-esteem and global citizenship. Inspiring a new generation. Generating stunning reactions from youths, teachers, schools, clubs, sports bodies, sports celebrities & the media across the world. Delivered in workshops & webinars face-2-face & distance learning via social media, eBooks, books, workbooks, tutor guides and teacher training.
Partnering with CONCACAF (FIFA America), Sport Against Racism, Youth Sports Trust and many more. Anyone For Olympism – the real Olympic dream? ( 4 min video explains all)
The Great Sportsmanship Programme is dedicated to getting sportsmanship values back into sport and on the streets, parks and stadia across the world. Our Great Sportsmanship facebook page contains short snippets of sportsmanship stories – one new snippet every day. The Great Moments of Sportsmanship book is a small part of the programme and is a collection of true, two minute stories – tapping deep into our emotions. Additional stories are added by myself and readers of this blog. Discussions grow here too. There’s more. Video clips of many of the stories can be viewed in ‘Watch The Action‘ section. The stories can also be listened to via the radio interviews in the ‘Great Reviews‘ section. Our Code Of Conduct & posters are available in ‘Spread The Moment‘. The book, this blog, the facebook page, the twitter stream and youtube , ambassador programme and public speaking are part of this flexible educational programme – available free to schools. The goal is to mobilise whole communities into sportsmanship. Join us – become an ambassador. Tell us your story in ‘Share The Moment‘ -we’ll publish you on facebook, maybe the blog and possibly the next edition fo the book & we’ll always acknowledge you. Say ‘yes’ to Great Sportsmanship.
Dubliner PR Smith lives in London. He played rugby and football in St. Michael’s College, Dublin, Hurling in Collaiste na Rinne, Waterford, rugby, golf, tennis, gaelic football, football, table tennis, basketball and snooker in Rockwell College. He won a Gleeson Cup medal (All Ireland Vocational Colleges Rugby) playing for the College of Commerce. Two years later Paul captained the team to win a second Gleeson Cup.
He then played for Lansdowne RFC before moving to London Irish RFC where he played for the Nomads for twenty years. He also coached junior rugby for eight years.
Paul has written five other books on marketing (including his SOSTAC ® Planning Model). His books are translated into seven languages and his observations about business are often very humorous .
Right To Play
Right To Play is an humanitarian organization that uses sport and play programs to improve health, develop life skills, and foster peace for children and communities in disadvantaged areas. They train local community leaders as Coaches 20+ countries affected by war, poverty, and disease in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. www.RightToPlay.com
Clic Sargent Care for children and young people with cancer and their families in hospital and the community. When a child is diagnosed with cancer it can seem like normal life stops and a different journey begins. It’s a journey that tests families physically, emotionally, socially and financially. www.ClicSargent.org
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