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Sergio Lara-Bercial, John Bales, Julian North, Ladislav Petrovic, and Guillermo Calvo

identity within a blended model” (p. 113). This identity, the statement noted, could manifest in different ways across sports and countries. Against this backdrop, the statement defined a series of indicative actions to guide the process of professionalization going forward. These actions included clear

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Jamie Blanchfield, Jean McArdle, and Tandy Haughey

( 1998 ), MacLean and Chelladurai ( 1995 ), d’Arripe-Longueville et al. ( 1998 ), and Côté and Gilbert ( 2009 ). The context in which ES coaches base their coaching process lends itself to a hybrid/blended model of learning whereby the coach may operate both in person and via online, remote, or distanced

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Nonlinear Pedagogy were the theoretical bases for the application of our last two values. Secondly, the course was designed to be delivered in a blended model including 36-h of in-person, 12-h of online courses, and 30-h of coaching practice associated with formative assessment. Finally, our future