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Supporting Champions

With Dr Steve Ingham

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Steve Ingham, performance scientist, leader and author, explores the science, art, purpose and origins of high-performance. Steve interviews and discusses these concepts with the people who have been there and done it, whether it's achieving at the highest level, been the driving force in making remarkable performance happen or those who have explored and researched aspects of human performance in real-depth.

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079: Dan Cable on being exceptional

13 January 2021

  This week I spoke to Dan Cable. Dan is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School specialising in research and teaching focus on change, organisational culture, leadership…

078: Lizzy Yarnold on talent, ownership of performance and team

16 December 2020

This week I speak with Lizzy Yarnold. Lizzy is double Olympic Champion in that chilled out sporting event Bob Skeleton. Lizzy was spotted through a talent identification scheme, selected to…

077: Stuart Worden of the Brit School on performance environments

2 December 2020

This week’s guest is Stuart Worden, Principal of the Brit School. The BRIT (British Record Industry Trust) School is a performing arts and technology school in Croydon, South London and…

076: Mark Williams on how the best learn to be better

18 November 2020

This week’s guest is Professor Mark Williams who has spent his professional career understanding the neural and psychological aspects of acquiring skills and developing expertise. Mark has recently published a…

075: Mark Richardson and Marcus Smith on drumming performance

4 November 2020

This week we have two guests, Mark Richardson and Marcus Smith. Mark Richardson is the drummer for the band Skunk Anansie, a band that were figureheads of the Britrock explosion…

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074: Peter Vint on data, culture and athlete development

21 October 2020

This week’s guest is Peter Vint. I’d got in touch with Peter with the full intention of discussing analytics, and the trend towards data and to fully explore the wave…

073: Chris Rosimus on relationships

7 October 2020

This week’s guest is Chris Rosimus, Chris is the Head of Nutrition at the Football Association, leading all aspects of dietary provision to the England football teams. Prior to that…

072 Cath Bishop on The Long Win

23 September 2020

Dr Cath Bishop competed as a rower at three Olympic Games, Atlanta, Sydney and Athens (and I had the privilege of working with Cath throughout her career), with highlights including winning the World…

071 Mark Webber on racing in formula one

9 September 2020

This week’s guest former Formula One driver Mark Webber. During his career Mark won nine Formula one Grands Prix, finishing third on three occasions, while driving for Red Bull racing.…

070 Stephen Seiler on how the best train

26 August 2020

I would put this week’s guest into a very select place in the world of endurance, one that has combined four often distinct factors, first quality academic research, second in…

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