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Tuesday
Nov052013

Learnings in knowledge and speed at Youth Coaches Conference

This year’s World Rowing Youth Coaches Conference took place in Hamburg, Germany from 24 – 27 October 2013.

The theme was “building up the next generation – applied aspects of coaching in young talented rowers.”

At the recent Learnings in knowledge and speed at Youth Coaches Conference held in Hamburge, Germany, the World Rowing Youth Coaches Conference shed some interesting light on on physiological research, biomechanics and performance related lessons. Most notable of which was the German junior rowing system. Which, this year, reclaimed its former position as the lead junior rowing nation. 

The following talks were presented: 

Arne Gullich's presentation on Considering long term sustainability in talent promotion – Implications for talent development in rowing.'

Marc Swienty's presentation on the Olympic training centre and rowing boarding school Ratzeburg: Structures and objectives.’ 

Mario Woldt on Actual aspects and considerations of ethics in sport.

Klaus Mattes on: ‘Diagnostic of rowing performance and technique to optimise technique training

Nina Schaffert on: 'Visual and auditory / acoustic feedback to optimise rowing technique and boat acceleration'

 

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