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Winning Pathways Workshop : 13-14 December 2017.

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Field name Details
Record Number 514664
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name Winning pathways workshop. Conference (2017 : Canberra, ACT.)
Title Winning Pathways Workshop : 13-14 December 2017.
Published 2017
Description 13 streaming videos : mp4 file
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Series 2017 Conferences
Notes Available to all Clearinghouse members.
Contents Welcome and introduction / Dr Juanita Weissensteiner -- Keynote presentation / Gary Hall Jr -- Beyond the Black Line / Linley Frame -- My Sporting Journey questionnaire / Dr John Warmenhoven, Dr Juanita Weissensteiner -- Lighting fires in the TID athlete pathway / Elissa Morley -- Pathway consideration for supporting the Paralympic athlete / Angela Ballard, Kathryn Ross, Kathryn Periac, Tim Matthews -- Pathway considerations for supporting the Female athlete / Linley Frame, Debbie Fisher, Kristen Veal, Eddie Dennis -- Consilidation session / Don Cameron, Ashley Synnott, Dan Green -- University Sport pathways / Joshua Sear -- Supporting our Sideline Champions / Megan Fritsch, Daniel Josifovski -- Exploring new frontiers of Pathway Research / Simon Rogers, Erin Smyth, Claire Tompsett -- Consolidation session / Ashley Synnott, Daniel Green, Don Cameron -- Wrap up and close / Dr Juanita Weissensteiner.
Presenter Dr Juanita Weissensteiner, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport.
Gary Hall Jr.
Linley Frame, Australian Swimmers Association/Swimming Victoria.
Dr John Warmenhoven, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport.
Elissa Morley, International Sport Advisory Services.
Richard Nicholson, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport
Angela Ballard.
Kathryn Ross.
Kathryn Periac, Triathlon Australia.
Tim Matthews, Australian Paralympic Committee.
Debbie Fisher, Football Federation Australia.
Kristen Veal, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (COE).
Eddie Dennis, South Australian Institute of Sport.
Don Cameron, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport.
Ashley Synnott, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport.
Daniel Green, Athlete Pathways and Development, Australian Institute of Sport.
Joshua Sear, Australian University Sport.
Megan Fritsch, Personal Excellence, Australian Institute of Sport.
Daniel Josifovski, Athletes, Coaching and Leadership, Australian Institute of Sport.
Tim Kelly, Research and Innovation, Australian Institute of Sport.
Simon Rogers, Australian Institute of Sport/Southern Cross University.
Claire Tompsett, University of Sydney.
Summary The overarching theme of the final WinningPathways workshop for 2017 was ‘The Athlete’ with sub-themes exploring: • Utilising the ‘athlete’s voice’ to enhance current strategy and practice • The Paralympic developmental journey • The female athlete experience • The athlete and coach partnership. A feature of the workshop was our Keynote Speaker, former US swimmer and five time Olympic Gold medallist Gary Hall Jnr. who provided a unique insight into the journey and challenges that face athletes at the highest level. Encapsulating his theme he recounted the advice his father gave him: “Just have fun”. “My father never coached me,never pushed me,” said Gary. Remarkable advice from a father who had competed in swimming for the USA at three Olympic Games winning a medal on each occasion! Gary currently serves on a number of advisory boards including the Sanford Health International Board,Aspen Institute Project Play Advisory Group and National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute Leadership Board.
Subjects Australian Sports Commission
Elite athlete
People with disabilities
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming videos (Available to all Clearinghouse members)
Clearinghouse for Sport Client Services Model (access restrictions explained)
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