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Coxswain = leadership opportunity
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And if your child is a big personality in a small body, he or she might consider becoming a coxswain (pronounced "cox'n"). One of the most unique jobs in sports, the "cox" is not equipped with an oar but is rather the captain of his or her boat, in charge of everything from getting it in and out of the water, executing the race plan, providing in-race tactical adjustments and coaching cues, as well as extracting maximum performance from the crew.
A great coxswain isn't simply someone who is 'bossy, A great coxswain knows when to motivate, when to push, when to praise, and when to demand more.
Coxes are a vital part of any crew's success, and coxing provides one of the best opportunities for a teen to develop leadership skills, while for many kids it opens up a whole new world of athletics where small stature is actually an advantage.
(To get a taste of what coxing a Championship junior race is like, this recording does a brilliant job.)