Having a robust understanding of athlete welfare and wellbeing is fundamental to an athlete’s progression. Information from National Governing Bodies and coaching qualifications go some way to addressing this, but there are gaps in the guidance, leaving many coaches and parents lacking in the knowledge and confidence to support their athletes in the safest way.
The Centre for Human Performance presents a Carnegie School of Sport Guest Lecture with Professor Kirsty Elliott-Sale from Manchester Metropolitan University. Monday, 5th June 2023 17:00 – 18:00 Ahead of the races at the next Leeds Beckett University Athletics Club BMC Meet, the Carnegie School of Sport is hosting a free guest lecture with Professor Kirsty Elliott-Sale: The
Guidance for parents around emotional, practical and nutritional support of their talented children. BOOK NOW Parents are fundamental to an athlete’s progression, yet there is little specific guidance targeted at them to help nurture their children. Often not from an elite sporting background themselves, they can feel somewhat in the dark when it comes knowing
The prestigious Emsley Carr Mile and Millicent Fawcett Mile races will be part of the BMC Grand Prix at Manchester Sport City on 27th May The iconic Emsley Carr Mile race has run annually in the UK since 1953 when it was first won by Olympic silver medallist Gordon Pirie. It was created to encourage
Glean insights into the highs and lows of the career of one of the UK’s top middle distance runners BOOK HERE Starting out her athletics career as a 400m runner, Jenny, the ‘pocket rocket’. successfully transitioned to the 800m in 2002. Boasting a total of 9 international medals over a span of 11 years, Jenny
Luke Gunn, ex International Steeplechaser and the current Head of Athletics at the University of Birmingham, will talk through his experiences of coaching the Steeplechase event. Book Now During the webinar you will learn all about: The steeplechase is an event that continues to offer huge opportunities to British Junior and Senior athletes. Coaches looking