Flashcards in 6.2 development of elite performers in sport Deck (41):
personal factors required to support progression through talent ID (8)
-motivation/the drive to succeed
-willing to self sacrifice to achieve
-high pain tolerance
-high skill level/natural ability
social/cultural factors required to support progression through talent ID (7)
-high socio-economic status
-anti-discriminatory behaviour in sport
-high quality/supportive education provision (past experiences)
-structured levels to progress through
-high media coverage/role models to aspire to
-access to specialist clubs to develop talent
-support from family/friends
UK sport aim to develop _ to improve sporting excellence in the UK. their funds come from _ to develop _ performance in the _ and _.
the national lottery,
Paralympics and Olympics
UK sport provides funds to _ to operate a _ _ programme covering all summer, winter and Paralympic sports. they also provide direct funds to _ via an _ _ award which contributes to their _ and _ costs at elite level.
world class programme,
athlete personal award,
living and sporting costs
Talent ID aims to spot individuals with _ talent and mind-set to win _ and _ titles and support their _ through the _ pathway.
medals and world titles,
UK sport promotes positive sporting _ and _ at elite level an sees the importance of developing and managing the _ sporting _
conduct and ethic,
international sporting relationships
UK sport roles (8)
-manages funds from national lottery
-aims to improve uk sporting excellence
-manages international relationships
-attracts major events via Gold Event Series
-supports a positive lifestyle for elite performers via EIS
-funds the EIS
-supports the development of coaches
the EIS aim to improve sporting performance through...(4)
science, engineering, technology and medicine
the EIS aim to increase the probability of a potential athlete being successful by providing services to improve their... (4)
health, fitness, training and preparation
the EIS works with over _ Olympic, Paralympic, Winter Olympic and English sports
the EIS supports coaches and performance directors to improve athletes performers by optimising _ programmes, maximising _ performance, and improving their _
_ gives £_ of funds to the EIS over _ years
UK sport gives £40m of funds to the EIS over 4 years
the EIS operates a "_ _ _" environment via 9 "_ _" centres as well as other training bases across England
world class performance,
sport science staff help to _ training as it happens, allowing _ monitoring of the impact of training on the body, including _ and _
sport science staff help to evaluate training as it happens, allowing objective monitoring of the impact of training on the body, including nutrition and psychology
medical staff include _ and strength and conditioning coaches
performance lifestyle support staff give _ support for each athlete to create a unique environment necessary for their success. aims to minimise potential _, conflicts and distractions which could inhibit performance. can also help _ management, budgeting, dealing with _ and sponsorship.
performance lifestyle support staff give personalised support for each athlete to create a unique environment necessary for their success. aims to minimise potential concerns, conflicts and distractions which could inhibit performance. can also help time management, budgeting, dealing with media and sponsorship.
national governing bodies promote and increase pp in their sport by providing...
equal opportunities for all
NGB's roles (6)
-positive role models to promote sport to target groups
-accessible facilities for groups with needs
-meet government policies on sport and recreation
-put policies in place to target under-represented groups
-employ sport development officers to promote sport to under-represented groups
-resources invested in inner city areas
NGB's make decisions of _ in their sport should receive funding from UK sport. they work with EIS and uk sport to provide _ services to elite athletes to aid development. they provide sport-specific _ _ from high to low level.
NGB's make decisions of who in their sport should receive funding from UK sport. they work with EIS and uk sport to provide support services to elite athletes to aid development. they provide sport-specific coaching qualifications from high to low level.
NGB's work with _ _ to progress "__" participation and ensure everyone in England can benefit from physical activity regardless of _, _ or _. since 2009, Sport England have invested more than £___ into "__" sports
NGB's work with Sport England to progress "grassroots" participation and ensure everyone in England can benefit from physical activity regardless of age, background or ability. since 2009, Sport England have invested more than £1.5billion into "grassroots" sports
Whole Sport Plans are _ funded, _ _ 'approve' an outline of how a sport aims to increase _ and identify and develop talent. they include details on where _ would go. +e.g.
Whole Sport Plans are lottery funded, Sport England 'approve' an outline of how a sport aims to increase participation and identify and develop talent. they include details on where funds would go. British Rowing developed a WSP in 2013-2017 and it received over £5m for schemes such as Rowability
what are the 3 levels of the world class performance programme
podium, podium potential and talent
podium supports athletes with...
realistic medal-winning capabilities at the next olympics/Paralympics
podium potential supports athletes who...
performance suggests they have realistic medal winning capabilities at subsequent olympics/Paralympics
talent level provides funds and support to identify and confirm...
athletes who have potential to progress to the world class pathway
what is the futures programme
provides financial and medical support to young, talented athletes and their coaches
talent ID - frontline technical solutions look to create a "___" capable of predicting future potential. it is involved with possible _ _ from one sport to another
frontline technical solutions look to create a "talent profile" capable of predicting future potential. it is involved with possible positive transfer from one sport to another
talent ID - specialist knowledge for development managers/coaches on the issues they face in identifying and developing future elite _. educational work creates a unique _ programme
specialist knowledge for development managers/coaches on the issues they face in identifying and developing future elite generations. educational work creates a unique learning programme
talent ID - pathway analytics enable sports to measure and benchmark the _ of their pathway using a Talent _ Check every _ years.
pathway analytics enable sports to measure and benchmark the effectiveness of their pathway using a Talent Health Check every 4 years.
talent ID - recruitment and confirmation involves campaigns starting with a "___" involving the public/a sports community. interested athletes asked to... successful applicants are invited to phase 1 testing at _ across the home nations. it involves _ and _ tests. phases 2+3 further assess their _ for that sport via _, performance lifestyle workshops and _ tests.
recruitment and confirmation involves campaigns starting with a "talent search" involving the public/a sports community. interested athletes asked to... successful applicants are invited to phase 1 testing at venues across the home nations. it involves fitness and skill tests. phases 2+3 further assess their suitability for that sport via screening, performance lifestyle workshops and behavioural tests.
talent ID - selected athletes endure a _-_ month '_ phase' in a _ environment with exposure to a carefully constructed _ experience. progression is tracked to see sport _ and potential _.
selected athletes endure a 6-12 month 'confirmation phase' in a training environment with exposure to a carefully constructed developmental experience. progression is tracked to see sport suitability and potential funding
world class talent transfer - athletes interested in _ their possible potential of becoming _ in _ sport
world class talent transfer - athletes interested in exploring their possible potential of becoming elite in another sport
advantages of talent ID (6)
-all performers can be screened
-performers can be directed to suitable sports
-info gained accelerates the development process
-funding is efficiently used
-more chance of winning medals
-provides coordination between EIS, Uk sport, NGBs
disadvantages of talent ID (5)
-may miss late developers
-requires high levels of funding
-requires testing a lot of people to be of use
-no guarantees of success
-high profile sports attract the most/best performers
what makes talent ID effective (8)
-analysis is on a clear database
-testing facilities are specialist and of high standard
-provides a structured route for elite athletes to develop (squads and competitive programmes)
-funding is allocated to youths at different levels
-talent spotting via high quality coaches/scouts
-high level provision of support for performers
-equal opportunities for all to apply
the EIS support services - designed to meet the specific needs of each sport in talent ID
pathway frontline technical solutions
the EIS support services - provides education to develop coaches covering topics linked to elite development
the EIS support services - gives sport the ability to provide measurements of effectiveness using diagnostic tools
the EIS support services - review of current systems of support, includes review of long term vision and strategy of elite development, consideration of coaches and training environment a sport has in place
performance pathway health check
the EIS support services - assist development of a clear pathway from podium foundations to podium level