Raul Rebane

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Raul Rebane (born 6 October 1953 in Pärnu) is an Estonian journalist and communication consultant. Raul Rebane graduated from the University of Tartu in 1977 with a degree in journalism. 1977–1997 worked in ETV (Estonian Television) as a sports commentator, editor and program manager. Has worked 12 times in the Olympic Games as a commentator, team manager and member of the EBU's (European Broadcasting Union) Information Group.

Since 1999 has been working as a consultant, teacher and strategy adviser. From 2000-2012 he was discus thrower Gerd Kanter's team manager.

Raul Rebane is a candidate of master in chess.[citation needed]

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  • "Albertville and now Barcelona" (co-author), Vikertrükk 1992
  • "From Helsinki to Helsinki" (co-author), Eesti Päevalehe Kirjastus 2005, ISBN 9985-9565-8-3
  • "Gerd Kanter. 15 steps to winning" (co-author with Gerd Kanter), 2009, ISBN 978-9949-18-293-0

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