08:00 Tea and Coffee
We will provide Tea, Coffee and some Croissant for you to enjoy as you register for the day and catchup with other delegates
We will start the day with a brief introdcution setting out the themes for the day and explain how the day works.
09:05 Jonathan Males
How is coaching more than just teaching your sport to athletes?
09:55 - London Room Conny Draper
Is measureing the force on the gate misleading?
09:55 - Beijing Room Kieran Dews
Developing high performance behaviours in talented novice athletes.
09:55 - Sydney Room Mark Homer
The Good (and bad) science of Training & Recovery
10:45 - 11:05 Coffee Break
11:05 - London Room Steve Haake
How the use of technology has impacted sports performance
11:05 - Beijing Room Chris Shambrook
What if you were obsessed with building mental fitness first and endurance second?
11:05 - London Room Peter Wiersum
How to coach coxes
11:55 - Main Room Fireside Chat with Mike Spracklen and Martin Cross
How has my approach to coaching changed over my coaching career?
12:45 - 13:45 Lunch
13:45 - Sydney Room Annie Vernon
Interesting look into the book Mind Games that was written by Annie
13:45 - Beijing Room Derek Holland
Binding a community through a school rowing programme
13:45 - Sydney Room Nicola Brown and Esther Goldsmith
Female athlete considerations: breast health and the menstrual cycle
14:35 - London Room David Thomas
Modern rowing shell design, evolution and manufacturing technology
14:35 - Beijng Room Sam Wells
Building a winning culture from a losing one
14:35 - Sydney Room Ian Wynne
Closing the loop. An individualised approach to training effect, sleep and recover
15:45 - Main Room Paul Thompson
Three countries, different people, same problems… Yes or No?
16:35 - Main Room Closing remarks