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Managing the performance athlete Session 7 Last week Performance pathways? British Athlete Commission (BAC)/ Clairefontaine (French Football Federation) Residential federation run approach? Player age? Objectives Introduce: English Institute of Sport British Olympic Association
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Dealing with the execution competitor Session 7

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Last week Performance pathways? English Athlete Commission (BAC)/Clairefontaine (French Football Federation) Residential league run approach? Player age?

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Objectives Introduce: English Institute of Sport British Olympic Association Review pre-move environment: UKSG BUGS WUGS EYOF

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0.545 Seconds speaking to the aggregate contrast between the 5 gold and 5 silver decorations won by Team GB at the Athens Olympics. Aggregate running time of occasions: 13.5 minutes. How would we judge achievement?

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English Institute of Sport 9 Regional center point locales. System of competitor bolster administrations. Games solution Physiotherapy Soft tissue treatment Nutrition Psychology Performance examination Talent Identification Strength and molding Performance Lifestyle Relationships NGB’s, Performance Directors, Coaches & Athletes

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All late spring Olympic games Except tennis & football Paralympic games Limited: Winter sports. Dominant part of competitors UKsport lottery subsidized. UKsport Research & Innovation group Maximize execution picks up Athlete gear & adornments Coaching systems Training science Medical administration Website: Athlete zone

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BOA competitor administrations Goal setting workshops Olympian tutoring Benefits: identification plan accomplices. International ID plan Established in 1996. Athlete’s named by NGB Potential Olympian/Paralympian Gold & Silver level Gold: Prospective Olympian (Beijing, 2008; Vancouver, 2010) Silver: Future Olympians? Advantages Recognition by BOA Access to: National game focuses. Nearby game focuses. OMI Planning for achievement program. Olympic preparing focus (Cyprus & Austria) Benefits from backers. BOA

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BOA competitor meeting November 2007 Multisports environment Village, staff & venues. Sport analyst: Opportunities/challenges. Chinese society Olympian experience Workshops Nutrition/Media/Acclimitisation.

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Olympic grants Financial and specialized help Specialized preparing Access to offices Coaching Medical and science observing Accommodation Financial help Financed: offer of the TV rights. Since Atlanta (1996) 3200 individual Olympic grants recompensed. 145 awards won by these competitors. Olympic solidarity

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A veritable chasm isolates the superior competitor getting a gold award on the platform from the competitor gived a shout out to by a kid in a little yard or in the midst of the desert sands. In any case, our optimal is the same: It ought to be workable for everybody, regardless of exceptionally troublesome beginnings, to have an equivalent chance when confronting the gauges of abnormal state universal rivalry, despite the fact that, actually, just a little division will get the chance to remain on the Olympic platform Lord Killanin, IOC president 1972-1980.

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Progression OLYMPICS/WORLDS/COMMONWEALTH SENIOR INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR INTERNATIONALS BRITISH UNI’S ENGLISH UNI’S BUSA 1 ST TEAM COUNTY REP AASE FUTURES

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Presentation opportunities? Anxiety testing? Consequences for move? OLYMPICS/WORLDS/COMMONWEALTH EIS UKsport SENIOR INTERNATIONAL EYOF JUNIOR INTERNATIONALS WUGS TASS BRITISH UNI’S ENGLISH UNI’S BUGS BUSA 1 ST TEAM COUNTY REP AASE UKSG YST FUTURES JAE

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UK School Games Multi-sport occasion Elite school age competitors 9 sports Athletics, Badminton, Fencing, Gymnastics, Judo, Swimming, Table-tennis, Volleyball & Hockey. 4 days Environment intended to duplicate significant occasions.

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UK School Games Vision Planning and conveyance of UK level games occasion. Change substance, structure and presentation of focused game open doors. Raise the profile of school age rivalries. Incorporate Olympic & Paralympic topics. Make open doors for youngsters to end up occupied with volunteering (specialized authorities and so on) Demonstrate tyke security & welfare frameworks.

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University part BUSA BUGS British University Games FISU (International University Sports Federation) World University Games Flexible learning choices.

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University part Read contextual investigations: Tennis experts breeze through tests on and off court. Not exactly graduation day. Does the University framework work? By what means would it be a good idea for us to judge achievement?

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European Youth Olympic Festival EYOF Founded in 1990. Winter & summer programs. Opportunity Multi-sport occasion Olympic environment

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10 15 20 25 30 35 AGE Perfection Initiation Develop-ment Disconti-nuation Academic/Occupational advancement Primary educa-tion Child-hood Secondary training Higher instruction Professional occupation Puberty Adolescence (Young)Adulthood Athletic improvement Parents Siblings Peers Coach Parents Family (Coach) Peers Partner Coach Individual advancement Psycho-social advancement 10 15 20 25 30 35 Requirements/issues that effect on an execution athlete’s way of life? Variables connected with alteration process? Bolster benefits at present on offer? Systems for development?

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