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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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last week
Last week
  • Performance pathways?
  • British Athlete Commission (BAC)/
  • Clairefontaine (French Football Federation)
    • Residential federation run approach?
  • Player age?
objectives
Objectives
  • Introduce:
    • English Institute of Sport
    • British Olympic Association
  • Review pre-transition environment:
    • UKSG
    • BUGS
    • WUGS
    • EYOF
slide4
0.545
  • Seconds representing the collective difference between the 5 gold and 5 silver medals won by Team GB at the Athens Olympics.
  • Total running time of events: 13.5 minutes.
  • How do we judge success?
english institute of sport
English Institute of Sport
  • 9 Regional hub sites.
  • Network of athlete support services.
    • Sports medicine
    • Physiotherapy
    • Soft tissue therapy
    • Nutrition
    • Psychology
    • Performance analysis
    • Talent Identification
    • Strength and conditioning
    • Performance Lifestyle
  • Relationships
    • NGB’s, Performance Directors, Coaches & Athletes
slide6
All summer Olympic sports
    • Except tennis & football
  • Paralympic sports
  • Limited: Winter sports.
  • Majority of athletes UKsport lottery funded.
  • UKsport Research & Innovation team
    • Maximise performance gains
      • Athlete equipment & accessories
      • Coaching techniques
      • Training science
      • Medical management
  • Website: Athlete zone
slide7
BOA athlete services

Goal setting workshops

Olympian mentoring

Benefits: passport scheme partners.

Passport scheme

Established in 1996.

Athlete’s nominated by NGB

Potential Olympian / Paralympian

Gold & Silver level

Gold: Prospective Olympian (Beijing, 2008; Vancouver, 2010)

Silver: Future Olympians?

Benefits

Recognition by BOA

Access to:

National sport centres.

Local sport centres.

OMI

Planning for success programme.

Olympic training centre (Cyprus & Austria)

Benefits from sponsors.

BOA
boa athlete conference
BOA athlete conference
  • November 2007
  • Multisports environment
    • Village, staff & venues.
    • Sport psychologist: Opportunities / challenges.
    • Chinese culture
    • Olympian experience
    • Workshops
      • Nutrition / Media / Acclimitisation.
olympic solidarity
Olympic scholarships

Financial and technical assistance

Specialised training

Access to facilities

Coaching

Medical and science monitoring

Accommodation

Financial assistance

Financed: share of the television rights.

Since Atlanta (1996)

3200 individual Olympic scholarships awarded.

145 medals won by these athletes.

Olympic solidarity
slide10
A veritable abyss separates the high performance athlete receiving a gold medal on the podium from the athlete cheered on by a child in a small courtyard or amidst the desert sands. Nonetheless, our ideal is the same: It should be possible for everyone, in spite of very difficult beginnings, to have an equal chance when facing the standards of high level international competition, even though, naturally, only a small fraction will get to stand on the Olympic podium
  • Lord Killanin, IOC president 1972-1980.
progression
Progression

OLYMPICS / WORLDS / COMMONWEALTH

SENIOR INTERNATIONAL

JUNIOR INTERNATIONALS

BRITISH UNI’S

ENGLISH UNI’S

BUSA 1ST TEAM

COUNTY REP

AASE

FUTURES

presentation opportunities stress testing effects on transition
Presentation opportunities?Stress-testing?Effects on transition?

OLYMPICS / WORLDS / COMMONWEALTH

EIS

UKsport

SENIOR INTERNATIONAL

EYOF

JUNIOR INTERNATIONALS

WUGS

TASS

BRITISH UNI’S

ENGLISH UNI’S

BUGS

BUSA 1ST TEAM

COUNTY REP

AASE

UKSG

YST

FUTURES

JAE

uk school games
UK School Games
  • Multi-sport event
  • Elite school age athletes
  • 9 sports
    • Athletics, Badminton, Fencing, Gymnastics, Judo, Swimming, Table-tennis, Volleyball & Hockey.
  • 4 days
  • Environment designed to replicate major events.
uk school games14
UK School Games
  • Vision
    • Planning and delivery of UK level sports event.
    • Change content, structure and presentation of competitive sport opportunities.
    • Raise the profile of school age competitions.
    • Integrate Olympic & Paralympic themes.
    • Create opportunities for young people to become engaged in volunteering (technical officials etc)
    • Demonstrate child protection & welfare systems.
university role
University role
  • BUSA
  • BUGS
    • British University Games
  • FISU (International University Sports Federation)
    • World University Games
  • Flexible learning options.
university role16
University role
  • Read case studies:
    • Tennis professionals pass tests on and off court.
    • Not quite graduation day.
  • Does the University system work?
  • How should we judge success?
european youth olympic festival
European Youth Olympic Festival
  • EYOF
    • Founded in 1990.
  • Winter & summer programmes.
  • Opportunity
    • Multi-sport event
    • Olympic environment
slide18

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25

30

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AGE

Perfection

Initiation

Develop-

ment

Disconti-nuation

Academic/

Occupational

development

Primary

educa-tion

Child-hood

Secondary

education

Higher education

Professional occupation

Puberty

Adolescence

(Young)Adulthood

Athletic

development

Parents

Siblings

Peers

Peers

Coach

Parents

Family

(Coach)

Peers

Partner

Coach

Individual development

Psycho-social development

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15

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25

30

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Requirements / issues that impact on a performance athlete’s lifestyle?Factors associated with adjustment process?Support services currently on offer?Methods for improvement?

next week
Next week
  • Australian Sporting System