Yves Vanden Auweele is Professor (Em.) in Sport Psychology at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KULeuven, Belgium). Since 1980 he has taught psychology to physical education, psychology, and medicine students. He has published on stress and abuses in sport, on psychology for physical educators and on sport for development. He was coordinator of the European Masters Program for Exercise and Sport Psychology, President of the Belgian Society of Sport Psychology, and member of the Managing Council of the European Federation of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC). He was also involved in a sport and development project (2002-2014) with the University of the Western Cape (South Africa). He is still an active member of the Cultural and Scientific Committee of Panathlon International and was senior author of the Panathlon Declaration of Ethics in Youth Sport Elaine Cook is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto (Canada), and a member of the Panathlon Cultural and Scientific Committee (CSC). Her research explores coach behaviors, and interventions designed to influence coach behaviors in such a way that athletes flourish. Elaine is also a certified Solution-Focused Coach (CSFC). Jim Parry was Head of the Department of Philosophy, University of Leeds, UK, and is now Visiting Professor at the Faculty of PE and Sport, Charles University in Prague. He has been International Professor of Olympic Studies, Autonomous University of Barcelona 2003, University of Ghent 2009, Gresham College, London 2012, Russian International Olympic University, Sochi 2013-2015, and International Olympic Academy, Greece1986-2015. He is co-author of The Olympic Games Explained, 2005, Sport and Spirituality, 2007, and Olympic Ethics and Values in Contemporary Society, 2012; and co-editor of Ethics and Sport, 1999, Theology, Ethics and Transcendence in Sport, 2010, An Introduction to the Phenomenological Study of Sport, 2012, Olympic Ethics and Philosophy, 2012, and Fields of Vision - the Arts in Sport, 2014.