Northern Rowing Conference - 26th January 2020
Held at Durham ARC from 9:45 on the 26th January.

This years conference builds on that of the year before, including a coaches Q&A panel and guest speakers from the GB Rowing Team.

All sessions have been put on due to requests from those in the region on areas they feel need more support or information on, with a variety of different speakers to ensure a rounded and diverse view point.

9:30am - Arrival
9:50am - Introduction and key points
10 am - Graeme Foreman - Performance Mindset.

Guest speakers include:

Graeme Foreman – Performance Mind Academy
Graeme’s sporting background originated in tennis before supporting a number or other sports both nationally and internationally. Over the past few years he has been working in County Durham and Northumberland supporting a wide number of organisations, from Northumberland LTA to Team Durham.
Session content – Individual Understanding and Development.
Graeme will be focusing on understanding what motivates people to participate, develop and follow performance pathways in sport. As coaches and athletes, being able to understand and value other people motivations as well as their own is a key component of success.

Jon Boyle – Strength and Conditioning.
Originally Consett based, Jon has worked with DUBC for the last decade. Writing and delivering a programme recognised not only by the athletes to come through it such as Will Fletcher and Angus Groom but the GB Rowing Team, leading to his link to the current U23 GBRT Strength and Conditioning Coaching team. Alongside this he works with individual athletes around the region to support them reach their potential, including attending the GB Junior potential camp in December 2019.

Laura Richardson – Physiotherapist
Having previously worked as the Men’s Coach at Durham University Boat Club, including coaching at EUSA. Laura is now working as a MSK Physiotherapist in the region. Her session will be a practical workshop, focusing on best practice and tips for injury reduction in junior athletes.

Dan Cooper - GB Rowing
Dan is the GB Rowing assistant junior coach. He is delivering across the day to support aspiring juniors, their parents and coaches.

Rob Dauncey - London Rowing Club

Having worked across clubs and the National Team, Rob has a wealth of experience building sustainable, hard working environment in which individuals, crews and squads alike were able to thrive. This includes multiple international medals with GBRT.
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