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About Winston Wing Hong To

Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Windsor; Master in Sports Management, Bond University
Winston is a Doctoral (PhD) Candidate in Cultural Studies of Sport and Exercise at Western University Canada, specializing in Comparative and International Sport and High Performance Sport. He is currently the Chair of Sport Development for Lifesaving/Sauvetage Canada, the Canadian National Sport Organization of Lifesaving Sport. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Windsor (Canada) and a Master in Sports Management from Bond University (Australia). He has had professional experiences working with sports organizations such as the Gold Coast Blaze (NBL), Surf Life Saving Australia, Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club, KooGa Australia, and Queensland Events Gold Coast.

Positions

Present Doctoral (PhD) Candidate, School of Kinesiology, Western University
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Curriculum Vitae




Honors and Awards

  • 2011-12 Graduate Student Conference Travel Award, The University of Western Ontario - Faculty of Health Sciences
  • 2010-11 Graduate Student Conference Travel Award, The University of Western Ontario - School of Kinesiology
  • 2010-11 Study Abroad Support Fund, The University of Western Ontario - Faculty of Health Sciences
  • 2010-11 The Earle Zeigler Scholarship in Kinesiology, The University of Western Ontario - School of Kinesiology
  • 2009 Semester 093 First in Class Prize - Sport Business Innovation (SPMT71-117), Bond University


Contact Information

Western University Canada
School of Kinesiology
Faculty of Health Sciences
London, Ontario CANADA N6A 3K7


Contributions to Books (1)

Presentations (7)