Media

Home > Resources > Media

Tim Reddish OBE

Unable to display podcast. Please use an external player
Play video in an external player
Information
Date 07.01.2012
Length 4 Minutes 58 Seconds
Author Nottingham City Council
Description Nottingham born Tim Reddish was elected as Chairman of ParalympicsGB in November 2008. He has competed in swimming at three Paralympic Games - Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney - amassing five medals in the process. He was appointed Performance Director of British Disability Swimming in April 2003. Great Britain won more medals (52) than any other nation in the pool in Athens and Tim was shortlisted for the BBC's Coach of the Year Award in 2004 in recognition of his contribution to that success. In this interview, Tim talks about his career history and highlights as his reaction to the 2012 Games being hosted in London.
Filesize 0 Bytes
Played 613

Other podcasts

Talent Development Environment

Talent Development Environment

Sports Coach UK Talent in Five webinar on TDE
Differentiated model of giftedness and talent

Differentiated model of giftedness and talent

Sports Coach UK Talent in Five webinar on Gagne
Resilience

Resilience

Sports Coach UK Talent in Five webinar on Resilience
Mental Toughness

Mental Toughness

Sports Coach UK Talent in Five webinar on Mental Toughness
Relative Age Effect

Relative Age Effect

Sports Coach UK Talent in Five webinar on RAE.
Review of LTAD around the world Pt 2

Review of LTAD around the world Pt 2

Istvan Balyi, an architect and leader of the Sport for Life movement, updates the delegates of the 2012 World Long-Term Athlete Development Symposium about the progress of nations around the world as they implement LTAD.
Review of LTAD around the World Pt 1

Review of LTAD around the World Pt 1

Presentation by Dr Colin Higgs at the 2012 World Long-Term Athlete Development Symposium
5 reasons for an Athlete Development Support Pathway

5 reasons for an Athlete Development Support Pathway

Ian Freeman, discusses the benefits of an Athlete Development Support Pathway
Freelap Swimming Timing kit

Freelap Swimming Timing kit

Promotional video by Timing Ireland which offers a Wireless Swimming Timing Kit using the New Freelap Swim Coach. Time the laps of your athlete with a Wireless Controller & Transfer them to your Personal PC or Mac. Times can also be displayed on Display Board.
Being Frank: Coach Enrichment

Being Frank: Coach Enrichment

“Being Frank” is a web series featuring the insights of USA Swimming National Team Director Frank Busch.
Being Frank: Being Creative Outside the Pool

Being Frank: Being Creative Outside the Pool

“Being Frank” is a web series featuring the insights of USA Swimming National Team Director Frank Busch.
Strength in Numbers: Dryland Training in Large Groups

Strength in Numbers: Dryland Training in Large Groups

Mike Mejia takes a look at a few dryland exercises that work well for large groups
Pete Goss - Leadership insights Part 2

Pete Goss - Leadership insights Part 2

Listen to Pete Goss's inspirational talk on leadership at the Sport and Recreation Alliance Leadership Convention 2013. Pete Goss is a famed British sailor whose exploits which won him the Legion d'Honneur for saving fellow sailor Raphaël Dinelli in the 1996 Vendée Globe solo around the world yacht race. To see the slides from the Leadership Convention visit : http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/node/16961
Pete Goss - Leadership insights Part 1

Pete Goss - Leadership insights Part 1

Listen to Pete Goss's inspirational talk on leadership at the Sport and Recreation Alliance Leadership Convention 2013. Pete Goss is a famed British sailor whose exploits which won him the Legion d'Honneur for saving fellow sailor Raphaël Dinelli in the 1996 Vendée Globe solo around the world yacht race. To see the slides from the Leadership Convention visit : http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/node/16961
More children – more sports – more competition

More children – more sports – more competition

Film promoting best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
Increase the confidence and skills of all staff in teaching PE

Increase the confidence and skills of all staff in teaching PE

Film promoting best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
A tool for whole school improvement

A tool for whole school improvement

Film promoting best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Film promoting best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - the importance of teamwork

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - the importance of teamwork

Somerset Olympian and Commonwealth Champion Siobhan-Marie O'Connor discusses the value of Club networks and the support available to elite swimmers at Bath Intensive Training Centre. Interview recorded at Millfield on 28 Feb 2015 during Session 1 of the County Championships.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - Glasgow 2014

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - Glasgow 2014

We caught up with Commonwealth Champion Siobhan-Marie O'Connor during Session 1 of the County Championships at Millfield on 28 Feb 2015. Representing Team England, Siobhan-Marie brought back 1 gold, 4 silver and 1 bronze from Glasgow 2014
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - London 2012

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - London 2012

Somerset Olympian and Commonwealth Champion Siobhan-Marie O'Connor recalls the thrill of competing in a home Olympics. Interview recorded at Millfield on 28 Feb 2015 during Session 1 of the County Championships.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - from Learn to Swim to Podium

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor - from Learn to Swim to Podium

Somerset Olympian and Commonwealth Champion Siobhan-Marie O'Connor recalls her journey as a swimmer and being given a great start courtesy of Keynsham Swimming Club and Somerset ASA. Interview recorded at Millfield on 28 Feb 2015 during Session 1 of the County Championships.
Why choose Youth Sport Trust Membership?

Why choose Youth Sport Trust Membership?

Become part of a network committed to using the power of sport to transform the lives of young people - join the Membership scheme, designed especially for primary and secondary schools at http://www.youthsporttrust.org/membership
James Guy on Aspetar Training Camp

James Guy on Aspetar Training Camp

Millfield's James Guy, 2014 Commonwealth Bronze Medallist and World ranked 6th 400m Freestyle talks about his training in Aspetar the world-leading destination for elite sport training camps.
Dave McNulty on Aspetar Training Camp

Dave McNulty on Aspetar Training Camp

David McNulty, Head Coach of Bath Intensive Training Centrer, talks about the facilities at Aspetar during the British Swimming training programme ahead of the 2015 World Championships in Russia and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Chris Walker-Hebborn at BUCS Nationals 2015

Chris Walker-Hebborn at BUCS Nationals 2015

Team Bath swimmer Chris Walker-Hebborn believes he is training well ahead of the British Swimming Championships after posting some encouraging times as a guest swimmer at the BUCS Nationals.
Siobhan Marie O’Connor- British swimming training camp

Siobhan Marie O’Connor- British swimming training camp

Somerset swimmer Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, 2014 Commonwealth Champion and World ranked 2nd 200m IM at time of interview, talks about the British Swimming training camp experience at Aspetar.
Adolph Kiefer

Adolph Kiefer

Interview with swimming legend Adolph Kiefer at age 96. Kiefer is an Olympic champion, former world record-holder, and a successful entrepreneur, inventor and innovator of new aquatics products - the world's first nylon swimsuit, the kickboard, the world's first turbulence resistant racing lane and he was the first to distribute soft moulded swim goggle gasket. In over 2,000 races, Kiefer lost only twice and he was the first man to swim 100y backstroke in fewer than 60s. In the interview he recalls taking part in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, his friendship with Jesse Owens, his experience meeting Adolph Hitler and Herman Göring, and his time breaking records on the University of Texas swim team.
Building Successful Performance Service Teams

Building Successful Performance Service Teams

Presentation by Rohan Taylor (AUS) to the FINA Swimming Coaches Golden Clinic 2014, Doha (QAT) on 30/11/2014. In 2008, Taylor was employed at Nunawading Swimming Club to set up and manage a High Performance Programme that included: • 20 open-level athletes working towards national and international representation. • 20 national age athletes, 13-16 years old, developing towards national and international representation. • 24 x 12&U athletes who have been talent identified with the key characteristics to develop towards national age group then open-level performances. • Key performance service providers to enhance the development and performance of the athletes and coaches. The role required the set up of a number of key components within the performance pathway of the Nunawading programme that would ensure that the environment and coaches were focused on world’s best practice. Nunawading now has in place an overall system that allows all support service and coaches to drive innovation, resources and knowledge to coaches and athletes on a daily basis, ensuring that each athlete has in place the world's best coaching and support.
Skill Acquisition and Injury Prevention

Skill Acquisition and Injury Prevention

Presentation by Rod Havriluk (USA) to the FINA Swimming Coaches Golden Clinic 2014, Doha (QAT) on 1/12/2014. The technique elements that optimise performance are consistent with preventing injury. Unfortunately, most swimmers (over 95%) have harmful technique elements that stress their shoulders and also limit their performance. Fortunately, there are 'deliberate practice' strategies that can help swimmers master the skills that optimise performance and minimise shoulder stress. Research shows that deliberate practice (DP) strategies also accelerate the skill-learning process. DP strategies for swimming include: precise wording of specific cues; skill-isolation drills; short-distance swims at a slow rate; continual focus on select cues; reinforcement of positive technique elements; feedback about limiting factors; classroom and poolside instruction and analysis; solo practice with and without a coach; task designed to maintain focus in the cognitive and associative learning stages; and replication of superior performance. This presentation includes examples of DP strategies with an emphasis on technique adjustments to prevent shoulder injuries.
Media 1 to 30 from 394  [ <<  1 2 3 4  >> ]
 

responsive web design
Printable version  |   Sitemap  |     |   Search  |   Privacy  |    Legal  |   Contact  |