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Whether you’re a coach, parent, a secondary school athlete, you love tramping or just dancing when nobody is watching, our video library has content to help support rangatahi (as well as those tamariki at primary and intermediate level) and adults, including parents, teachers, coaches and activity providers.

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#ItsMyMove uniform case study

Join the global movement on uniforms and hear how Kiwis are changing the game when it comes to turning their backs on white uniforms. From the It’s My Move campaign, this video showcases some of the work being undertaken by New Zealand Cricket to help girls stay in the game for longer.

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Webinar replay: Raising Sporty Daughters - Balance is Better

From the team at Balance is Better, Raising Sport Daughters covers four essential topics, including menstruation, the importance of proper fuel, recovery, load and rest and how to be an advocate for your teen if you suspect they might be overdoing it in the training realm.

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Flow on Effect menstruation series

In this series, hear from speakers from the HINE O TE KURA Youth Symposium on menstruation, to learn about ikura from a te ao Māori perspective, what to look for when trying to buy sustainable period products, and inclusive language to use round menstruation. Plus hear from a representative rower and former professional cricket player on their experiences menstruating and what they wish their younger selves knew.

This series is brought to you in partnership with Tātaki Auckland Unlimited. Stay tuned for more video resources coming soon.

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