British Athletics Track & Field Performances Going Global
The presentation will describe (with examples) how support teams work effectively together in combination with modern technologies in support of medal winning performances on the global stage.
Neil was appointed performance director in September 2012, he has been involved with Britain's top athletes for more than 20 years. His previous Roles at UKA include Chief Physiotherapist from November 2004 and Sports Medicine and Science Lead since December 2007. Neil has worked with the Governing body and athletes attending most championships since the 1992 Paralympic Games. Athletes Neil has worked with closely towards global success over the past 20 years. As Performance Director his Roles and Responsibilities include; Culture, People and Places, Oversee delivery of sports science and sports medicine support & Oversee delivery of the World Class Performance Plan system.