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Phasing in preparation of triathletes

Dr Malcolm Brown was the Olympic Team Leader in 2012. His talk on phasing in Triathlon looked at certain factors that lead to Great Britain's success over the last few years, lessons that are applicable to rowing. In multi-sport, there are key factors to consider. Training volumes and specific periodization across three disciplines. 

Key points were covered: 

- Leadership and coaching. 

- The Training environment.

- The Culture within that training environment. 

- Building at team for international competition. 

- Progression.

- Training structure and periodization. 

For more on Malcolm Brown's talk: Phasing in preparation of triathletes

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