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  • The Science of High Performance & Its Impact on High Performance Coaching - The Irish Sports Council
    a unique opportunity to interface with top experts in the allied fields of sport science and medicine Phil Moore Director Performance Services Irish Institute of Sport stated The pursuit of excellence workshop is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase best practice examples of how sport science and medicine expertise has created a positive performance impact for athletes and coaches The Institute of Sport is best placed to provide coaches with a unique insight into the integration of science and medicine into the coaching process We are delighted to share our expertise and knowledge with such an important part of our high performance community Day one of the workshop involves a series of top speakers presenting on themes such as high performance culture exercise physiology and high altitude training The day one programme is as follows Time Activity ActivityLeader s 10am 10 30 am Registration tea coffee juice fruit 10 30am 10 45am Introduction and Reflecting Forward What is High Performance Daragh Sheridan Pursuit of Excellence Programme Manager Irish Institute of Sport Dave Passmore High Performance Director Irish Hockey Association 10 45am 12 30pm What is High Performance IIS Case Study Irish Rowing Dave Passmore High Performance Consultant Irish Institute of Sport Martin McElroy High Performance Director Irish Rowing 12 30pm 13 30pm Lunch 13 30pm 14 30pm High Performance Learning from business Fergus Barry HR Consultant Irish Management Institute 14 30 14 45 Break 14 45 16 30 Physiology The effective application of physiology to coaching IIS Case Study Swimming Toni Rossiter Exercise Physiologist Irish Institute of Sport Jim Laverty Head Coach Paralympic Ireland Swim Programme 16 30 17 00 Break 17 00 17 45 Physiology Physiological application to your sport Toni Rossiter Exercise Physiologist Irish Institute of Sport 17 45 18 15 Programme Participant Feedback Theme Altitude Training

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  • Top Performance Analysts Attend Institute of Sport Training Day - The Irish Sports Council
    analysis laboratory housing top hardware and software facilities designed for our sports dependent on their needs In addition to this laboratory space we have also invested in mobile equipment i e laptops and high definition cameras that can be used in the training and competition environment by our sports partners The new performance analysis service will be offered to both individual and team based sports that are a central focus on the Irish Sports Council s high performance programme Alan Swanton Performance Analyst Irish Institute of Sport stated I am excited about this new service offering as it will give coaches and athletes access to leading edge software and hardware that is designed to drive performance enhancement In addition to this new service we are delighted to welcome performance analysts from some of our top sports to the Institute to access this service and form a community of experts that are passionate about the provision of expert performance analysis to athletes and coaches In an age of technology where information management is critical in optimising human performance this new service signals an exciting chapter in the Institute of Sports ability to service the needs of high performance coaches and athletes Rudi Wortman video analyst Irish Ladies Hockey Team stated This new service offering allows us to expand the development of our existing performance analysis programme Having access to higher level software and top hardware will now allow us to customize a performance analysis framework that will us to enhance our ability to respond to critical match events during international competitions David Taylor Performance Analyst Irish Paralympic Football Team stated We have been using performance analysis as a support service for 16 months This service provided by the Institute of Sport will allow us to rapidly expand the development of our

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  • Top High Performance Coaches Have Their Say - The Irish Sports Council
    February 4th 2011 Teresa McDaid High Performance Coach Athletics Ireland leading a group discussion In addition to the relevance of the workshop content 89 of coaches stated that the content of the workshop was pitched appropriately Ross Killian High Performance Coach Irish Sailing commented Good day overall that went very fast The coaching philosophies provided by other coaches were really interesting In contrast to the positive feedback areas coaches also highlighted the need for more breaks in between the workshop activities Fran Ronan High Performance Coach Swim Ireland A lot of information given its maybe important to look at the time management element of the workshop considering the concentration demands of the workshop content But still excellent Coaches also highlighted the need to maintain the momentum of learning and development in between the workshop events As a result a series of learning groups have been established to continue the learning outside the workshop framework Commenting on the importance of participant feedback Daragh Sheridan Programme Manager stated Continuous improvement is a critical focus in the Institute of Sport Without high quality feedback from our high performance coaches we would not be able to grow and develop our workshop series to the

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  • Institute of Sport Hosts Paralympics Ireland Coach Development Workshop - The Irish Sports Council
    we hope to expand our high performance coach development programme in order to support top high performance coaches as they meet the demands of international competition February 8 th 2011 Gary Keegan Director Institute of Sport gives coaches from Paralympics Ireland a tour of the Institute of Sport facility The daylong seminar was attended by coaches from the following Paralympic sports Football Equestrian Table Tennis Swimming Rowing Archery and Athletics The central theme for the workshop focused on best practice case studies demonstrating how coaches utilize specialist science and medicine support in the coaching process Jim Lafferty Head Coach from Paralympic Swimming collaborated with Toni Rossiter Physiologist Institute of Sport to present a leading edge case study on how physiological assessment has assisted the development and management of Paralympic swimmers in training and competition Coaches also witnessed a case study presentation from Daragh Sheridan Head Coach CPSI Football Team and Alan Swanton Performance Analyst Institute of Sport detailing application and delivery of a performance analysis service at the 2010 CPISRA European Football Championships in Scotland where the team went on to secure a European Bronze Medal Nancy Chillingworth Performance Director Paralympics Ireland commented The provision of professional development support to our top coaches is a critical goal in our London 2012 preparations Coaches are central to top athlete performance and today s case studies provided invaluable examples of how sport science principles are being applied into the coaching process within Paralympic sports We are delighted to collaborate with Coaching Ireland and the Institute of Sport in providing this critical support to our coaches The seminar concluded with a workshop focusing on key lifestyle management strategies for coaches The workshop which was presented by Daragh Sheridan Head of Performance Skills in the Institute of Sport highlighted a range of key lifestyle

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  • The Pursuit of Excellence - The Journey Continues - The Irish Sports Council
    Institute of Sport is delighted to welcome 20 coaches from 10 sports to participate on the programme The group has a wealth of experience with over 244 years of coaching experience Gary Keegan Director of Irish Institute of Sport stated The pursuit of excellence programme is a critical pillar of our organizational mission We place a tremendous value in the development of our top coaches as we fully recognize the demands of their role and the need to continuously remain at the cutting edge of best practice The pursuit of excellence programme offers coaches with an incredible opportunity to meet fellow coaching peers who are on the same journey tackling the real demands of a high performance environment On Thursday February 3rd the Institute held the first of 3 2 day workshops for programme participants The Institute have recruited one of Ireland s top high performance professionals to design and lead the workshop series Dave Passmore High Performance Director Irish Hockey Association stated Coaching is a key passion of mine and I am delighted to be collaborating with the Institute in the creation of a customised workshop programme designed to meet real needs of high performance coaches in Irish Sport We aim to create an open learning community that releases the immense experience and skills that are contained within the group February 3rd 2011 Zauri Antia Technical Coach Irish High Performance Boxing Programme leading a practical demonstration with Brendan Maloney High Performance Coach Key contributors and associated themes for the first workshop series included Dr Billy Taylor Sports Coaching Expert Department of Exercise Sport Science Manchester Metropolitan University Completed 2 workshops on reflective practice and observational skills Billy Walsh Zauri Antia High Performance Coaching Team Irish Amateur Boxing Association presented a workshop on the coaching philosophy attached to the IABA

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  • Women's Team Pursuit 11th at 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Cup - The Irish Sports Council
    Underwater Sport Volleyball Waterski Weightlifting Wheelchair Sports Wrestling Adventure Activities Working Group High Performance Athletes Athlete List headshots Shooting Archery athletics Badminton Boccia Boxing Canoeing Clay Pigeon Shooting Cycling Fencing gymnastics Judo pentathlon rowing sailing Swimming Table Tennis Taekwondo triathlon Sports High Performance Unit International Carding Scheme Performance Planning Institute of Sport Institute Overview Performance Transition Support Programme Athlete Zone Education Support Career Support Athlete Performance Transition Programme Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning Performance Science Performance Medicine Performance Nutrition Sports Nutrition Supplements Smoothie Recipes Coach Zone The Pursuit of Excellence Programme 2014 2016 PEP Brochure Our Continuous Improvement Ethos The Podium Programme The Horizon Programme 2015 PEP Podium Application Process PEP News Further Information Sports Zone High Performance Systems Performance Planning Performance Directors Expertise Service Provider Panels Multi disciplinary Teamwork Professional Quality Assurance Programme Service Provider Trainee Scheme Who We Are Partners Irish Sports Council Olympic Council of Ireland Paralympics Ireland Sports Institute of Northern Ireland Coaching Ireland Commercial Latest News Videos Podcasts Publications Annual Review 2014 Annual Review 2012 Annual Review 2009 2011 Contact Us OD Change Organisational Capability Building OCB Strategy Learning Support Services Volunteer Training L D Courses Workshops and Seminars Systems Support Services Employee Handbook Policy Development Learning Needs Analysis Performance Management Advisory Support Services Executive Coaching Psychometric Behavioural Assessments Facilitation Workplace Mediation Expert Advisory Services HR Expert Advisory Services Capability Building OD Change Interventions Education Learning Development Latest News Contact us Participation European Week Of Sport The Great Dublin Bike Ride Local Sports Partnerships Community Coaching Programme About LSPs LSP Contact Finder SPEAK Report Active Leadership Buntus Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Manual Code of Ethics Events National Children Officers Code Of Ethics App References Garda Vetting Downloads Get Ireland Active Go for Life Link2BActive Operation Transformation Sports Inclusion SIDO Contacts Women in Sport Bring Back Play Active School Flag Research Keeping Them in the Game 2013 Irish Sports Monitor Annual Report 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor The Irish Sports Monitor 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor 2011 The Irish Sports Monitor 2009 The Irish Sports Monitor 2008 The Irish Sports Monitor 2007 Sportfolio Swimming Sport for Older People Go for Life 2011 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2009 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2007 Regional Participation Clare Limerick PDF Cork PDF Louth Meath PDF Mayo Sligo PDF Midlands PDF South Dublin PDF Tipperary PDF Wexford Wicklow PDF Childrens Sports Participation and Physical Activity Study CSPPA Study Report 2010 CSPPA Study Report 2011 Physical Education Physical Activity and Youth Sport Proceedings of First PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Second PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Third PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fourth PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fifth PE PAYS Forum Mass Participation Sporting Events 2010 Economic Impact of Sport 2010 Women s Mini Marathon Report 2009 Ballpark Figures 2008 Sporting Lives An Analysis of a Lifetime of Irish 2008 Central Statistics Office Quarterly National Household Survey 2007 Sport Social Disadvantage 2007 Social Economic Value 2005 School Children Sport 2005 Sports Participation

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  • Ireland Women Defeat Zimbabwe To Set Up Semi-Final Clash With Scotland - The Irish Sports Council
    Support Career Support Athlete Performance Transition Programme Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning Performance Science Performance Medicine Performance Nutrition Sports Nutrition Supplements Smoothie Recipes Coach Zone The Pursuit of Excellence Programme 2014 2016 PEP Brochure Our Continuous Improvement Ethos The Podium Programme The Horizon Programme 2015 PEP Podium Application Process PEP News Further Information Sports Zone High Performance Systems Performance Planning Performance Directors Expertise Service Provider Panels Multi disciplinary Teamwork Professional Quality Assurance Programme Service Provider Trainee Scheme Who We Are Partners Irish Sports Council Olympic Council of Ireland Paralympics Ireland Sports Institute of Northern Ireland Coaching Ireland Commercial Latest News Videos Podcasts Publications Annual Review 2014 Annual Review 2012 Annual Review 2009 2011 Contact Us OD Change Organisational Capability Building OCB Strategy Learning Support Services Volunteer Training L D Courses Workshops and Seminars Systems Support Services Employee Handbook Policy Development Learning Needs Analysis Performance Management Advisory Support Services Executive Coaching Psychometric Behavioural Assessments Facilitation Workplace Mediation Expert Advisory Services HR Expert Advisory Services Capability Building OD Change Interventions Education Learning Development Latest News Contact us Participation European Week Of Sport The Great Dublin Bike Ride Local Sports Partnerships Community Coaching Programme About LSPs LSP Contact Finder SPEAK Report Active Leadership Buntus Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Manual Code of Ethics Events National Children Officers Code Of Ethics App References Garda Vetting Downloads Get Ireland Active Go for Life Link2BActive Operation Transformation Sports Inclusion SIDO Contacts Women in Sport Bring Back Play Active School Flag Research Keeping Them in the Game 2013 Irish Sports Monitor Annual Report 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor The Irish Sports Monitor 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor 2011 The Irish Sports Monitor 2009 The Irish Sports Monitor 2008 The Irish Sports Monitor 2007 Sportfolio Swimming Sport for Older People Go for Life 2011 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2009 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2007 Regional Participation Clare Limerick PDF Cork PDF Louth Meath PDF Mayo Sligo PDF Midlands PDF South Dublin PDF Tipperary PDF Wexford Wicklow PDF Childrens Sports Participation and Physical Activity Study CSPPA Study Report 2010 CSPPA Study Report 2011 Physical Education Physical Activity and Youth Sport Proceedings of First PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Second PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Third PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fourth PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fifth PE PAYS Forum Mass Participation Sporting Events 2010 Economic Impact of Sport 2010 Women s Mini Marathon Report 2009 Ballpark Figures 2008 Sporting Lives An Analysis of a Lifetime of Irish 2008 Central Statistics Office Quarterly National Household Survey 2007 Sport Social Disadvantage 2007 Social Economic Value 2005 School Children Sport 2005 Sports Participation Health Among Adults 2004 Adolescent Lifestyle 2013 Sitemap Accessibility Data Protection Copyright Terms and Conditions Re use of Public Sector Information Changing the Game Operation Transformation Sports Athlete Whereabouts Governance Code of Ethics Women In Sport Media About Us National Trails Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Home Media Latest News 2015 December

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  • Sport Ireland Published 8th Annual SPEAK Report - The Irish Sports Council
    Needs Analysis Performance Management Advisory Support Services Executive Coaching Psychometric Behavioural Assessments Facilitation Workplace Mediation Expert Advisory Services HR Expert Advisory Services Capability Building OD Change Interventions Education Learning Development Latest News Contact us Participation European Week Of Sport The Great Dublin Bike Ride Local Sports Partnerships Community Coaching Programme About LSPs LSP Contact Finder SPEAK Report Active Leadership Buntus Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Manual Code of Ethics Events National Children Officers Code Of Ethics App References Garda Vetting Downloads Get Ireland Active Go for Life Link2BActive Operation Transformation Sports Inclusion SIDO Contacts Women in Sport Bring Back Play Active School Flag Research Keeping Them in the Game 2013 Irish Sports Monitor Annual Report 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor The Irish Sports Monitor 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor 2011 The Irish Sports Monitor 2009 The Irish Sports Monitor 2008 The Irish Sports Monitor 2007 Sportfolio Swimming Sport for Older People Go for Life 2011 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2009 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2007 Regional Participation Clare Limerick PDF Cork PDF Louth Meath PDF Mayo Sligo PDF Midlands PDF South Dublin PDF Tipperary PDF Wexford Wicklow PDF Childrens Sports Participation and Physical Activity Study CSPPA Study Report 2010 CSPPA Study Report 2011 Physical Education Physical Activity and Youth Sport Proceedings of First PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Second PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Third PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fourth PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fifth PE PAYS Forum Mass Participation Sporting Events 2010 Economic Impact of Sport 2010 Women s Mini Marathon Report 2009 Ballpark Figures 2008 Sporting Lives An Analysis of a Lifetime of Irish 2008 Central Statistics Office Quarterly National Household Survey 2007 Sport Social Disadvantage 2007 Social Economic Value 2005 School Children Sport 2005 Sports Participation Health Among Adults 2004 Adolescent Lifestyle 2013 Sitemap Accessibility Data Protection Copyright Terms and Conditions Re use of Public Sector Information Changing the Game Operation Transformation Sports Athlete Whereabouts Governance Code of Ethics Women In Sport Media About Us National Trails Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Home Media Latest News 2015 November Sport Ireland Published 8th Annual SPEAK Report Sport Ireland today published the eighth annual Strategic Planning Evaluation and Knowledge SPEAK Report on the national network of Local Sports Partnerships LSPs The LSPs an initiative of Sport Ireland aim to increase participation in sport and physical activity and to ensure that local sport resources are used to best effect Today s report provides an evaluation of the operations of 30 LSPs in 2014 and has been developed to help the LSP network become stronger and more effective in performing at the optimum level Almost 13m was invested in the network in 2014 including benefit in kind In line with recommendations from the Fitzpatrick Associates Review funding from Sport Ireland accounted for 40 of total funding in 2014 with the remaining 60 raised locally from alternative sources Commenting on the Report Minister of

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