Olympic Medalists Coach Is Named SportsEdTV Senior Contributor

In third decade of track and field coaching, Rana Reider considered one of the world’s best

Miami, Aug 5, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - SportsEdTV's latest senior contributor, Rana Reider has led multiple collegiate teams to championships, and coached many elite track and field athletes to both World Championships and Olympic victories.

"We are thrilled to add Coach Reider to SportsEdTV and our audience will be, too, as he shares his coaching wisdoms with our FREE, unlimited, anytime, anywhere audience which have grown to well over a million users every month," said Robert Mazzucchelli, Founder and Chairman, SportsEdTV.

Reider has coached 9 Olympic medalists, and 25 athletes who have competed in major track and field events including the Olympics and World Championships, as well as over 15 years of coaching at the collegiate level.

"This elevates our elite coaching contributions even higher," added Victor Bergonzoli, SportsEdTV CEO.

Some highlights of his career include coaching athletes such as Christian Taylor, Andre De Grasse, Tianna Bartoletta, Dafne Schippers, and Nia Ali. Taylor is an American triple jumper with two Olympic gold medals, four World Championship gold medals, and a personal triple jump record of 18.21 meters, which ranks 2nd on the all-time list. De Grasse is a Canadian sprinter with one silver Olympic medal in the 200m, two bronze medals in the 100 m and 4x100m relay, as well as four medals from the World Championships. Bartoletta is an American track and field athlete who specializes in the long jump and short sprints. Her accolades include three gold Olympic medals in the long jump and 4x100m relay, as well as several gold medals from both the World and World Indoor Championships. Schippers is a Dutch track and field athlete who competes primarily in the sprints, and her achievements include a silver Olympic medal in the 200m and several medals at the World Championships in both the 100m and 200m. Ali is an American track and field athlete who specializes in the 100 meter hurdles. She is 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist and the 2019 Gold medalist for the 100m hurdles.

About SportsEdTV: SportsEdTV exists to help athletes, coaches and parents LEARN, WIN and CELEBRATE. We don't expect everyone who uses our learning tools to become a world champion - that's not our mission.

We do expect people who use our educational resources to become their own champion, by whatever definition they view success in their chosen sport. For some, success is making the varsity team, for others, it's becoming country champion, and for others still, it may simply be gaining proficiency at a sport that offers a lifetime of fun and fitness.

To us, no matter your aspirations in sport, if you are striving to improve, you are winning! As a leading sports education media company, we provide FREE video and blog content to anyone in the world with an internet connection.

We also offer a global online community, where athletes, parents and coaches can interact, connect, chat, share content and find new friends. SportsEdTV videos feature coaching from world-class coaches and athletes - many of whom are or have coached world-champions - and have been watched by viewers in every country in the world.

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