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Anna Stodter

Anna Stodter

Lecturer in Sports Coaching and Physical Education, Anglia Ruskin University

With a PhD in sport coaches' learning and education and an MSc in the psychology of sport and exercise from Loughborough University, Anna has worked as a lecturer in sports coaching and physical education since 2015. Involved in a number of evaluation projects for The FA, UK Sport and Sportscoach UK, Anna was also performance pathway coordinator for Archery GB.

Anna is a coach and athlete in rugby union, playing in the English Women's Premiership for Saracens, and is also a member of the Scotland Women's international squad.

Why the Six Nations rugby tournament should resist kicking Italy into touch

Mar 20, 2017 15:03 pm UTC| Sports

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