***Supporting Champions: The Conference***

***Supporting Champions: The Conference***
A specialist one day conference featuring some of the leading names in sport, sharing lessons from working with the world’s best athletes.
With the demand upon professionals going up and up and with current training and development options failing to enhance impact – we wanted to create a forum for us to share a truly honest account of ‘what it takes’ at the coal-face.
Supporting Champions: The Conference, will build upon the theme of Steve Ingham’s bestselling book ‘How to Support a Champion. It aims to offer invaluable insight, from some of the best practitioners and coaches, to help professionals perform at their best.
Who should attend?​
  • Heads of Science and Medicine
  • Lead coaches
  • Professional support staff
  • Aspiring sports scientists and trainee coaches
  • Academics wishing to learn more about the demands of high performance sport
  • Business professional wishing to learn from the successes in high performance spor
***Supporting Champions: The Conference***
Some quotes from previous events hosted by the ‘Supporting Champions’ team;
“Inspiring to hear about the real-life experiences of some of the most seasoned practitioners around. But more importantly to hear and discuss how breakthroughs were made.”
Fantastic content and honesty, I am certain to be reflecting on what I have learned for a long time”
“Fantastic, makes you question what you may have previously thought and really put an emphasis on clarity and confidence in everything we do
“It provided great insight, promoted self-reflection and intelligent thinking and answered lots of questions that I’ve been seeking answers for, for a long time”

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We utilise the lessons learned from the last 25 years of working in high performance sports and businesses to support and champion you, your teams and systems.

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