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What is new in Erasmus Sport 2021 to 2027

What is new in Erasmus Sport 2021 to 2027

Eight discussion points in Jacob's personal assessment of the the latest Erasmus+ Sport announcement.
Erasmus+ Sport - #GoodGovernanceSport

Erasmus+ Sport - #GoodGovernanceSport

#GoodGovernanceSport project is aiming to find the way of analysing, collecting and promoting the practices for proper visibility of the decisions taken, decision making stakeholders, transparency of public funding in sport organizations. "Good governance in sport" project has been co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission - Sport chapter and it is a collaborative partnership that will work together for 36 months, starting from Jan 2018 and includes 7 countries - Bulgaria, Greece Italy, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia.
The FISU Forum, Krasnoyarsk 2019

The FISU Forum, Krasnoyarsk 2019

Held in Krasnoyarsk, the FISU Forum educational programme "Student Sport – Springboard for Innovative Leadership" comprised over 30 hours. From 6to 10 August 2018, representatives of 5 continents had discussions on development of student sport. The FISU Forum became the third test event of the upcoming Winter Universiade 2019. Transportation, Medical Care, Accreditation, F&B, Accommodation and other functional areas were tested as part of the FISU Forum.
Dulce

Dulce

In coastal Colombia, a mother teaches her daughter how to swim so that she may go to the mangroves and harvest the piangua shellfish with the other women in the village. Produced by Jungles in Paris and Conservation International. 'Dulce' first appeared online on nytimes.com. Special thanks to Kathleen Lingo, Lindsay Crouse, and Andrew Blackwell of New York Times Op-Docs.
Swim Wild

Swim Wild

3 brothers, who have come to be known as The Wild Swimming Brothers, have felt the pressures that many people experience while living and working in a city. Feeling the toll that urban living was taking on them, they decided to begin an aquatic journey that has propelled them extremely far from city walls.
Euan Dale

Euan Dale

Eagles interview with Millfield's Director of Swimming and OM Euan Dale. Millfield School is one of the UK’s leading independent boarding and day schools for boys and girls, aged 13-18, providing a fully rounded education to pupils from over 70 nationalities. The school is contemporary and outward looking, applying a visionary and innovative lens to all domains of learning. This is supported by notable facilities in teaching, art, drama, music and sport.
Katinka Hosszú

Katinka Hosszú

A dawn workout in the Danube Arena in which Katinka Hosszú helps Hungarian model Enikő Mihalik to improve her swimming technique.
Never Give Up

Never Give Up

Chad le Clos shares his Olympic story and gives advice to upcoming athletes.
The Josh Prenot Story

The Josh Prenot Story

World Sport sat down with Olympic Silver Medallist and Tokyo 2020 hopeful Josh Prenot, as he talks about how he got into swimming, Rio 2016 and what the future holds for the breaststroke specialist.
The Mack Horton Story

The Mack Horton Story

In his own words, Freestyle Olympic and Commonwealth gold medallist Mack Horton tells us why he swims freestyle, and what he's looking forward to in the future. At only 22 years old, the future looks bright for the Australian Dolphins Swim Team star!
Professional Swimming Photography

Professional Swimming Photography

Mike Lewis is no stranger to the pool, being a competitive swimmer since he was 10 years old many hours have been spent in and around the water. Being a professional photographer also for many years it was only a matter of time before the two passions combined to allow Mike to focus and specialize in swimming photography. Mike is known around the globe for his images and has worked with some of the biggest athletes and brands in the world. Mike relies on his AquaTech equipment to perform daily allowing him to deliver stunning images to clients and publications. Whether it is combining natural light with fill flash in the water or remotely firing his water housing in international race meets Mike continues to push the limits of this demanding creative pursuit. See more of Mike's work via the links below: www.olavistaphotography.com www.instagram.com/mike2swim Mike shoots with the following AquaTech equipment: Nikon Water Housings, Nikon Flash Housing, P Series Lens Ports and Water Housing Accessories
Sporting Future Strategy 3 years in

Sporting Future Strategy 3 years in

Presentation by Paul Oldfield, Director for Sport, Commonwealth Games and Gambling at The Department of Digital Culture Media and Sport. Delivered 2 October 2018 at The Royal Society of Medicine, London. What have we achieved; Plans for 2019 and beyond.
Mims Davies IPACS Dec18

Mims Davies IPACS Dec18

Minister for Sport and Civil Society, Mims Davies, outlines how and why the UK is at the forefront of tackling corruption in sport and is working with other countries prioritising sport integrity.
1972 Olympic Champion Gunnar Larsson visits ISHOF

1972 Olympic Champion Gunnar Larsson visits ISHOF

Double IM Olympic gold medalist Gunnar Larsson visits the Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame and recalls his history making swim at the 1972 Olympics in the 400 IM - a race he won by 2/1000 of a second over the USA's Tim Mckee
Bill Sweetenham, ISHOF Induction 2018

Bill Sweetenham, ISHOF Induction 2018

Relive the career of 2018 International Swimming Hall of Fame inductee Bill Sweetenham of Australia. Sweetenham was the Australian National Team Head Coach from 1980-1988 and coached fourteen Olympic swimmers in Australia during his career. Sweetenham later became the National Performance Director for British Swimming (2000-07), Spain (2008-11) and Singapore (2008-12).
Libby Trickett ISHOF Induction 2018

Libby Trickett ISHOF Induction 2018

Relive the career of 2018 International Swimming Hall of Fame inductee Libby Trickett of Australia. Trickett was a member of the winning 4x100 free relay team for Australia at the 2004 Athens Olympics, securing Australia's first gold medal in the relay since 1956. Trickett also won five total gold medals in front of a home crowd at the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne. She would later win four total medals at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, most notably a gold in the 100 fly and anchoring the winning 4x100 medley relay team.
Goal Setting

Goal Setting

2015 video in which Sophie Radcliffe, adventurer, endurance athlete, blogger and speaker whose mission is to empower self-belief, motivation and a life without limits, shares her approach to goal setting. https://www.challengesophie.com
3C's

3C's

The importance of control, connectedness and confidence in motivation.
Brett Ledbetter: What Drives Winning

Brett Ledbetter: What Drives Winning

Brett Ledbetter is the creator of FilmRoomTV.com, a website that features Championship Coaches, Professional Athletes, and Best-Selling Authors that he interviews to educate players, parents, and coaches in the youth space. Brett also works with 200+ athletes on a weekly basis at Ledbetter Academy where they focus on skill development. What separates programs? Why would someone actually go away from talking about goals? What drives winning? In Brett's TEDx Talk he tackles these questions by providing insight from all of the high-achievers that he's worked with.
HealthAccord - Moving Forward with Dr. Margo Mountjoy

HealthAccord - Moving Forward with Dr. Margo Mountjoy

So, what can you do? A practical framework and action plan to improve your bottom line - improving sport performance and athlete longevity.
Improving child protection in sport

Improving child protection in sport

Dr Mike Hartill, Reader in the Sociology of Sport, discusses his research into child sexual exploitation in sport and the prevention of it. He also talks about his work with the VOICE project, through which he met Colin Harris who is a survivor of abuse.
Economics, Legacy & The New Norm

Economics, Legacy & The New Norm

Olympism in Action Forum - Working Zone 6A discussion. Hosting major sporting events is frequently used by city and national governments as a catalyst for positive change, whether it be increasing tourism, expanding transportation infrastructure, or raising a city’s global stature. However, what is initially planned by organizers as positive legacy initiatives takes time to be realised and is sometimes in stark contrast to the post-event expectations. The organisers of the Olympic Games have faced challenges such as oversized venues or venues that are underutilised for some years before finding a viable future. Considering these challenges of the past, the International Olympic Committee has developed a set of 118 new reforms, which comprise “The New Norm.” These reforms aim to completely transform how the Olympic Games are delivered (from candidature phase to Games organization) and how they can create an impactful, positive legacy. In this working zone, leading economists and experts will discuss challenges of bidding for and hosting the games and debate what needs to be done to ensure the Games are organised in a more economically beneficial and flexible way. Facilitator: Sonali Shah, Broadcaster & Journalist, United Kingdom; Fraser Bullock, COO & CFO, Salt Lake City 2002, United States; Holger Preuss, Professor, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Germany; Andrew Zimbalist, Chairperson and Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics, Smith College, United States
Protecting Athletes: Education & Deterrence

Protecting Athletes: Education & Deterrence

Olympism in Action Forum - Working Zone 1B discussion. In a world where science and technology innovate at unprecedented levels, notably in the methods of detecting prohibited drugs, it appears that it would be difficult for any athlete to conceal doping. However, experts believe it is becoming more challenging to fight doping. From stricter sanctions to education, there are many directions to explore regarding more efficient deterrence and prevention methods. Focusing resources on the deterrence and prevention of doping, as opposed to solely focusing on post-factum efforts, could prove more effective and efficient. Featuring a variety of athlete perspectives, this session will explore which deterrence methods have worked, where efforts need to be further expanded. Facilitator: Adnan Nawaz, News Anchor, TRT World, Turkey; Muffy Davis, 7-time Paralympic Medallist & Governing Board Member, International Paralympic Committee, United States; Kady Kanouté Tounkara, Zone 2 Chair, Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa, Mali; Nicky Van Rossem, Project Officer, Belgian Olympic & Interfederal Committee, Belgium
Protecting Athletes: Considerations on Doping & Fair Play

Protecting Athletes: Considerations on Doping & Fair Play

Olympism in Action Forum - Working Zone 1A discussion: What constitutes doping and fair play may not always be as black and white as it seems. Doping raises many questions, which can oftentimes differ depending on the context. For example, all athletes do things to optimize their physical performance: they might wear special clothing, they might undergo surgery to recover from an injury, they might use treatments to acclimatize to higher altitudes, and they might use drugs to increase muscle mass, among other things. All of the aforementioned actions, except for using drugs to increase muscle mass, are usually seen as acceptable. This session features a lively debate between two leading academics to stimulate new thinking around a commonly discussed issue. Facilitator: Adnan Nawaz, News Anchor, TRT World, Turkey; Michael McNamee, Professor of Applied Ethics, College of Engineering, Swansea University; Andy Miah, Chair in Science Communication & Future Media, School of Environment & Life Sciences, University of Salford
Article 13

Article 13

Article 13 is part of European copyright legislation created with the intent to better protect creativity and find effective ways for copyright holders to protect their content online. While many support the goals of Article 13, the version written by the European Parliament could have large unintended consequences that would change the web as we know it. In this video, Matt from YouTube explains what is Article 13 and its unintended consequences. Be sure to watch, and learn more at https://www.youtube.com/saveyourinternet
What Are Effective Whistleblowing Arrangements?

What Are Effective Whistleblowing Arrangements?

Presentation given by Francesca West, Chief Executive of Protect, at Why Sports 2018 on 2 October at The Royal Society of Medicine, London. Whistleblowing case studies from the Protect advice line; Current challenges in the Sports sector; Current industry practice on whistleblowing arrangements; Best practice and benchmarking effective whistleblowing arrangements.
Get Set to Go Phase 2

Get Set to Go Phase 2

Presentation given by Hayley Jarvis, Programme Manager at MIND, at Why Sports 2018 on 2 October at The Royal Society of Medicine, London. Supporting the Sport and Physical Activity Sector to Embed Mental Health Into Your Work: Benefits of sport and physical activity on mental health Update into the stats; Building and sustaining relationships across the sector; Training and Awareness.
Give Yourself an A

Give Yourself an A

Presentation by Benjamin Zander on possibilities.
Social Media Workshop: Twitter top tips

Social Media Workshop: Twitter top tips

Bruna, who leads Football Clubs Partnerships at Twitter UK, explains how clubs can to use Twitter as a platform to reach their followers. She shares her top ten tips for clubs looking to engage their audiences on Twitter.
Happiness Is... A Weekly Dip In The Pool

Happiness Is... A Weekly Dip In The Pool

Presentation delivered on 2 October 2018 at The Royal Society of Medicine, London by Damian Stevenson, Insight and Partnerships Director and Elaine McNish, Head of Health and Well-being at Swim England. How to improve the quality of aquatic experiences at leisure centres, as demonstrated in our Dementia Friendly Swimming project. How we are helping pools become more inclusive, to improve customers’ quality of life through tailored, progressive aquatic activity. Why this is important: the evidence on the benefits of weekly aquatic activity and how this improves physical, mental and social wellbeing.
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