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Confident in his new role, Rowan Barrett excited about Canada’s basketball chances

“I will manage the day-to-day operations, ensuring that the initiatives we come up with are executed,” said Rowan Barrett.

“I will also have a team working with me and I will be providing Steve Nash with weekly updates so that we are on the same page all the time. My second role as executive vice-president will involve building partnerships and fundraising on the corporate side.”

Barrett is confident that he and Nash can turn the program around. Canada has not won a basketball medal in the Olympics since 1936 when the country won silver in Berlin.

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