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Our Sporting Future 2015 : Day 1 - 22 October 2015 : Key note - main headline speaker Michael Clarke / interviewer Francis Leach.

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Record Number 512766
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name OSF 2015. Conference (2015 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
Title Our Sporting Future 2015 : Day 1 - 22 October 2015 : Key note - main headline speaker Michael Clarke / interviewer Francis Leach.
Published 2015
Description 1 streaming video (approximately 55 minutes) : mp4 file.
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Notes Available for Clearinghouse for Sport member groups B & C and OSF delegates only.
Contents Conference program Day 1 - Thursday 22 October 2015 : Welcome address / Nicole Livingstone, Master of Ceremonies ; The Hon. Sussan Ley MP, Minister for Sport ; Simon Hollingsworth, CEO Australian Sports commission ; Pier De Carlo, Committee of Australian Sport and Recreation Officials (CASRO) -- Key note : Main headline speaker / Michael Clarke (interviewer - Francis Leach) -- Key note : Futurist - Setting the scene / Tim Longhurst (not filmed) -- Crackersports workshop : No bar too high / Mark Tonner-Joyce, Crackersports -- Key note : Market innovation / Tim Oberg, Parkrun Australia -- Key note : People and culture / Kitty Chiller, Chef De Mission, 2016 Australian Olympic Team and General Manager People and Culture, Athletics Australia -- Key note : Safeguarding sport / Janise Mitchell , Australian Childhood Foundation -- Panel : the modern sports management professional / Rosie King, Geelong Cats ; Jonathan Harris, Sports Recruitment International ; Rob McMurtrie, Sportspeople (facilitator - Andrew Ramsay).
Conference program Day 2 - Friday 23 October 2015 : Key note : Digital and technological trends / Stu Taggart, Sport Business Futurist, Relevant Innovation -- Breakout : Technology in sport, social media engagement / Sean Callaghan, Sports Geek -- Breakout : Facility planning and development / Paul Cammack, Tennis Australia ; Robin O'Neill, Strategy and Government Relations -- Breakout : Digital leadership and commercialization / Marina Go, Chair, Wests Tigers -- Panel : Product development - new formats of sport / Anne-Marie Phippard, Head of Community ; Tony Sherwill, Bowls Australia Ltd ; Tim Klar, Athletics Australia (facilitator - Kerry Turner, Manager Sport and Recreation NSW) -- Panel : Governance - reform in sport / Matt Caroll, Yachting Australia ; Steve Walker, Yachting Australia ; Michael Thomson, Australian Sports Commission (facilitator - Kerryn Newton, Directors Australia) -- Key note : Learning from the best / Russel Howcroft (not filmed).
Presenter Michael Clarke is the recently retired captain of the Australian cricket team. His domination since taking the reins of the Australian Test team set him amongst the game’s most prominent men as a highly regarded ambassador for his country and the sport of cricket. Since bursting onto the Australian cricket scene in 2003 at the age of 21, Michael made a name for himself as a prolific run scorer against the world’s best bowling attacks, a master tactician on the field and a leader of a young national cricket team rebuilding after a series of high profile retirements. In the test arena, Michael has notched up 28 centuries from only 115 matches – figures which only tell part of the story. It was his unforgettable, unbeaten 329* against India in Sydney in the 2011/12 season – and his four double centuries in a calendar year (2012) – that underlined his importance to Australian cricket. Those innings marked him as a batsman who is at his best when his back is against the wall, and will be a hallmark of his career as much as his aggressive attitude to run scoring. If the team is desperate he has also been known to throw his arm over – with best figures of 6 for 9 against India in 2004. In addition to being named the 43rd Test Captain of Australia, Michael names his career highlights being a part of the first series winning test team in India in over 30 years (2004), The Ashes winning team of 2006/7, and winning the World Cup in 2007 in the West Indies and 2015 in Australia. Michael won the prestigious Allan Border Medal in 2005 for his exploits in an incredible debut Test season, won it in 2009, 2012 and again for a record equaling fourth time in 2013. Michael also has his roots firmly grounded in suburban Sydney. Having grown up in Liverpool in the city’s south-western suburbs, Michael is a keen supporter of the West Tigers and still plays grade cricket for Western Suburbs.
Summary Michael Clarke was a run scoring machine over a sustained period of time. This session gives delegates the opportunity to hear about some of Michaels’ highs and lows and will be a chance to celebrate an illustrious career. The session explores some of the lesser known benefits that sport has had on one of Australia’s greatest ever batsman and the important role sport can play for all Australian’s.
Subjects Clarke, Michael, 1981-
Australian Sports Commission
Added Author Leach, Francis
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming video (this video is only available to member groups B and C and OSF delegates)
OSF 2015 Conference program (PDF)
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