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RTP in Convo: Bianca Andreescu

RIGHT TO PLAY IN CONVERSATION: BACK TO SCHOOL X SPORT

WHO: Right To Play Ambassador and tennis champion, Bianca Andreescu

WHEN: August 11, 6-6:30pm

WHERE: LIVE on Right To Play's Facebook and Twitter channel (follow @righttoplaycan for the Live show)


The #RTPinConvo series continues with Right To Play Ambassador and tennis champion, Bianca Andreescu. Bianca is going to chat about how she has been preparing to return to sport in the midst of a global pandemic. Discover why Right To Play matters to this inspirational Canadian athlete and how play has helped her stay resilient during uncertain times.


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Sam Effah and Sarah Wells (Amazing Race Canada Season 7 runner ups, Team Canada track athletes and Right To Play Ambassadors) are joined by TSN’s Kayla Grey to chat candidly about #RESILIENCE. Discover why Right To Play matters to these inspirational athletes, and how they have developed the life skills to overcome the adversities they have faced, and why it’s necessary that we all help each other rise up.







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