Nor is the very real circumstance addressed that even though at the "D" team level the time commitment is professional athlete grade, they are still paid on a scale akin to the NCAA's disproportionate system. Correction. . . they aren't paid at all. How many other jobs do you risk your health on a daily basis without any reasonable or proportionate compensation.I just read it, no subscription.
Basically they don’t give a crap unless you’re winning or on the podium. So that means Mikaela as the only one left. People have been saying that for years. Maybe having a 3rd party tell them that makes a difference? Who knows. The myopic Olympic obsession doesn’t seem to have been addressed.
Yea, those types of terms are tough to understand and indicative of time spent on the (new) reportIs this consultants report separate from the one that was released a couple of years ago making essentially the same points? Or merely a rehash? I know I’m a curmudgeon but when I read jargon like “points of pain” and “on boarding”, I know that no real thought has gone into this or into the solutions.