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Swim England Sports Science and Medicine Conference 2019

10 March 2019 (9.30am to 4.15pm) -  The Village Hotel, Brailsford Way, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 6DL 
Cost: £35 including lunch and break-time refreshments

Following a successful conference last year based on The Female Athlete attended by over 60 people, you are invited to this year’s Sports Science and Medical Conference which will focus on how to develop skills to improve starts and turns for your swimmers. This includes how land work can help to develop the perfect start and turn, how to improve arena skills, eating for winning and much, much more. 

The conference is aimed at physiotherapists, strength and conditioning coaches, nutritionists, sports psychologists and sport science staff working within clubs in England.

Diane Elliot, Swim England sport science and medicine manager, said: “We are very excited to be holding our fifth annual conference in Nottingham. The aim of the conference is to improve knowledge and skills of practitioners across the country on starts and turns. Whether this is physios looking at mobility of swimmers to get into a great start position or sports psychologists working on ensuring the swimmer has a great mindset on the block.

Great list of speakers

“It will also show how land work can help to develop the perfect start and turn, how to improve arena skills, eating for winning and much more. “We have a great list of speakers from Swim England and British Swimming who have between them a vast experience in swimming. It promises to be a truly multi-disciplinary conference and we are looking forward to a great event.”

Download the full agenda for the Sports Science and Medicine Conference 2019.

Bookings close 3 March 2019.

Don't miss out, book your place now

Should you have any queries, please contact swimmingtalent@swimming.org / diane.elliot@swimming.org


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Published
10.01.2019