Last Updated on April 20, 2013 by Jimson Lee
This monster 425 page manual was written by Edward Derse and Skip Stolley, the AAF/CIF Coaching Program Coordinator.
Who is the AMATEUR ATHLETIC FOUNDATION?
The Amateur Athletic Foundation is the organization created to manage Southern California’s endowment from the Olympic Games. Located in the historic Britt House since 1985, the AAF has committed more than $60 million to create, support and expand existing youth sports programs, and to develop the Paul Ziffen Sports Resource Center.
The Sports Resource Center is a state-of-the-art learning and cultural center for sports, and includes the Helms collection of sport books, films, videos, photographs and memorabilia. To date, hundreds of thousands of boys and girls and more than 600 youth sports organizations throughout Southern California have benefited from our endowment, and will be joined by many more in the years ahead.
Their Board of Directors includes Gold medal Olympians Evelyn Ashford and Rafer Johnson, as well as Peter Ueberroth.
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Greetings from SoCal. I really enjoyed your site this evening and I will be back.
Thank-you for your well thought out approach to the “Purest Sport on the Planet”
at least I think so. Everyone in m y family husband me and daughter are track and field athletes. I ran in my first masters meet last season and it was a blast.
I tell mysel if I can do my daughters times I am okay : )
Is there a way I can e-mail you with a question?
Have a great evening!!
Dr. Lorraine Joihnson Williams