Fellowship of Christian Athletes Invites Top Names in Sports Including Tony Dungy to Free Virtual Coaches Camp

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes Invites Top Names in Sports to Free Virtual Coaches Camp

Tony Dungy, Patty Gasso, Mark Richt and Jeff Scott Will Lead Online Morning and Evening Sessions Over Three Days: May 27-29

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA, www.fca.org) is planning an exciting virtual Coaches Camp featuring some of the top names in sports.

The event will have over 1,200 coaches representing 24 different states who will not only be part of morning and evening virtual sessions over three days, but they will also lead huddle breakout sessions with online attendees.

Coaches will interact with the following keynote speakers:

 

  • Tony Dungy, former NFL player and head coach
  • Patty Gasso, Head Softball Coach, University of Oklahoma
  • Mark Richt, former head coach, University of Georgia and University of Miami
  • Jeff Scott, Head Football Coach, University of South Florida

 

WHO:      Fellowship of Christian Athletes and top-name sports figures

WHAT:    Virtual Coaches Camp

WHERE: Online via Zoom (link provided after registration)

WHEN:    Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 27, 28 and 29: 7:30-8:45 a.m. ET each day and 7:30-8:45 p.m. ET each evening

WHY:       As coaches have been unable to gather in person, FCA has strived to bring coaches, athletes, teams, students and fans together virtually through FCA’s new #FCAvirtual initiative.

 

Dungy, Gasso and Scott will rotate as the morning speakers each day, while all three evening sessions will be led by Richt and his wife, Katharyn, whose presentations will focus on marriage, family and the pressures of the coaching schedule.

 

To learn more about #FCAvirtual, visit www.fca.org/virtual, or #FCAvirtual on Twitter and Instagram.

 

Read more about the Fellowship of Christian Athletes here, visit FCA’s website www.fca.org, or connect on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

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