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TORRANCE, Calif. -- Karch Kiraly knows a little something about bringing home Olympic gold. After all, hes done it three times, in the 1984, 1988 and 1996 Games.He was also the first player, male or female, to win Olympic gold in both indoor and outdoor volleyball. In short, Kiraly, 55, is one of the most decorated players in the sports history.Now, as head coach of the U.S. womens indoor volleyball team, he hopes to take Team USA to its first Olympic gold medal when the Rio Games start next week. In both 2008 and 2012, the team won silver -- and in 2012, Kiraly was an assistant coach for the squad.We caught up with him to find out how he switched his mindset from athlete to coach -- and get his best piece of advice for coaching Olympians.espnW: Youve been to the Olympic Games as an athlete. Whats it been like stepping into a coaching role for Team USA? Certainly I got some nice practice at it as assistant coach in London. I think theres a tendency in sports that people who have had a lot of success as players dont necessarily make the best coaches, the most effective teachers, the most effective leaders. So I know Im fighting against that and trying to break that norm.But the other thing I have going for me is that unlike many other coaches out there, Ive been on the Olympic court and know what thats like and all of the challenges that come along with that.I plan to leverage that and try to help our team perform at the level wed like to in Rio, which should be the most amazing Olympic Games for volleyball when you combine how popular both sides of the sport are in that country.Is there an experience you remember from being at the Olympics that you draw on when you are coaching? I dont know that there is a single experience, but certainly its a bigger tournament by virtue of the fact that lots of people get to see volleyball that otherwise dont get to see it the other three years, 11 months and two? weeks [between the Games].And also because teams have been striving to try to do something special. You only get one chance every four years, and if it doesnt go your way, youve got to work hard another four years. Its not like losing a Super Bowl and coming back the next year. In a sense, there are some unique challenges there, and its not just in volleyball: Its every sport at the Olympics.Speaking to that a little bit, the stakes are so different when youre doing it every four years. How does it change how you approach things as an athlete and as a coach? We essentially work in four-year cycles because of the Olympics. People call them quads or quadrennia. There are big events each year that we focus on. Last year, it was the World Cup. Two years ago, it was the world championships. Those are major tournaments and in some ways tougher to win than the Olympics themselves and more challenging.But the Olympics is the tournament that gets a lot more attention in and outside our country. Its just a different beast and so we have to be able to approach it with a level of psychological flexibility. Theres gonna be a lot of adversity.Nobody wins a major tournament like that without overcoming gnarly adversity, and the team that does, wins. Thats a big a part of our preparation, is how to respond to the adversity that will inevitably happen at a tournament like the Olympics. It could be injuries, could be the bus tire gets a flat and we arrive three minutes before the start of a game. Could be things that we cant even imagine right now that are our response to is really whats important.What advice do you have for other coaches, at any level?I havent been coaching that long. Im pretty young, in coaching years. Ive really only been coaching since about 2007. I might be a little presumptuous to give anybody knowledge, but one thing that has helped me a lot is to approach it like, Every day, there are things to learn.You can become a lot better, as a player or as a coach, if you are a really dedicated learner, if you are what [author Carol Dweck] says in her book Mindset, in a growth mindset and embrace -- as hard as it sometimes is -- mistakes. If were not making any mistakes, were not learning fast enough. Were actually holding ourselves back if were not operating at the edge of our abilities.So you have to be willing to be OK with looking foolish sometimes, with making stupid mistakes, sometimes as a coach, as a head coach even. I think if I can be OK with that, I can be a better model for the rest of our program. . Rob Manfred, baseballs chief operating officer, testified last week during the grievance filed by the players union to overturn Rodriguezs 211-game suspension. A person familiar with the hearing, speaking on condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press on Saturday that Manfred testified the sport wasnt concerned whether Bosch distributed performance-enhancing drugs to minors because MLBs interest was his relationship with players under investigation. . PETERSBURG, Fla. . Thousands of Southern California fans enveloped the Trojans to celebrate an improbable win secured by an interim coach, an inconsistent kicker and a thin defence that wouldnt break. . -- Ohio States Urban Meyer has never had any issue acclimating to the biggest stages in college football. . White came in fourth place in the event. He was the two-time defending gold medallist. The gold medal went to Swiss snowboarder Iouri Podladtchikov. At the introductory meeting for the local kids rec-league basketball season, we coaches of fifth-graders received a four-word message that would make Gregg Popovich cringe, let alone a bunch of volunteer moms and dads:Three-point shot: YES.For the past five seasons, we had avoided this most awkward of youth-sports topics -- Can I shoot a 3? The answer was always a reasonable No. The league doesnt have them.Now, all that work wed done over the past half-decade to encourage high-efficiency shots -- unguarded, balanced feet and above all in your range ... the quintessential Good Shot -- was threatened to be undermined by the gravitational pull of long-range mind-bogglers from the likes of Steph Curry, along with the kids confidence that the 3-point line was closer to derring-do than the universal plaintive wail of the youth coach: Dont!As coaches of 10-year-olds, how could we mitigate the siren song of the silly-long 3? The solution came in the form of what might be the only real competition with Curry-esque 3-jacking in a kids imagination:Chuck E. Cheese.Parents know the birthday party haven that ensures your kid will come out wired on pizza, attention-revving punch and fistfuls of tickets theyll flash your way when you come to pick them up, steering you toward a wall of prizes that probably cost 1/100th of the spending that went into earning those tickets.Its brilliant, really. The kids are obsessed with the acquisition of tickets and then trading them in for stuff that likely wont make it through the rest of the day without being broken or lost.ddddddddddddAnd so taking a page from the restaurant, I designed a youth-sports motivational system that can only be known as ... wait for it ...Chuck E. Threes.Heres how it works:For every play a kid makes that is actually one we as coaches want them to make -- a good shot, a solid screen, hustling after a loose ball, making a deflection, picking a teammate up off the floor -- they earn a point. Its just like a Chuck E. Cheese ticket, I told them.Amass enough points and you get the green light to take a 3.It is simple and it is something the kids innately understand because they all have Ph.D.s in Chuck E. Cheese Economics: Ive seen them master supply, demand, arbitrage, hedging -- all in the context of Skee Ball, Whack-a-Mole and the claw game.And so Im using the cacophony of Chuck E. Cheese to manage -- OK, thwart -- their compulsion to jack up 3-pointers in a game just because they now can, and replacing it with a familiar reward system that at least ensures that the team will see 20 smart hustle plays first.Hopefully by that point, the hustle plays translate into just enough winning basketball to offset the 3-point shots that no 10-year-old should be taking.But this is 3s?were talking about. There is no greater currency for a grade-school basketball player. Except maybe Chuck E. Cheese tickets.Dan Shanoff writes about parenting for espnW. ' ' '
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