2010 High Performance Sports Research Workshop

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2010 High Performance Sports Research Workshop
2010 High Performance Sports Research Workshop
Wednesday 12 May – Friday 14 May 2010
Program is subject to change.
Day one – Wednesday 12 May 2010
The focus for day one is on the current research being conducted in our top Olympic and
Paralympic sports.
TIME
SESSION
LOCATION
8.30am
Registration and arrival tea and coffee
Conference Facilities
9.00am
Official welcome
AIS Theatrette
Professor Peter Fricker, Director of the AIS
9.10am
The CSIRO and AIS Partnership
AIS Theatrette
Dr Steve Morton, CSIRO
9.30am
Research, Technology, Innovation and the AOC’s
Submission to the Crawford Review
AIS Theatrette
Craig Phillips, AOC General Secretary
9.50am
Introduction of AIS and CSIRO Research Partnership
Advisory Committee
10.00pm
Current research in high performance sport
AIS Theatrette
Rowing
AIS Theatrette
Track and field
Gold Room
Triathlon
Silver Room
Diving
Bronze Room
11.00am
Morning tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
11.30am
Current research in high performance sport
12.30pm
Swimming
AIS Theatrette
Tennis
Gold Room
Sailing
Silver Room
Canoe and kayak
Bronze Room
Poster and technology lunch
Indoor Synthetic Pitch
Lunch will include a poster presentation and displays of
the latest technology being used in high performance
sport
TIME
SESSION
LOCATION
2.00pm
Current research in high performance sport
Cycling
AIS Theatrette
Water polo
Gold Room
Hockey
Silver Room
Winter sport
Bronze Room
3.00pm
Afternoon tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
3.30pm
Research in action
From
6.00pm
Automated scoring system in boxing
Combat Sports Hall
RF tracking
Basketball and Netball Centre
Swimming research
AIS Aquatic Centre
Recovery research
AIS Recovery Centre
Altitude research
AIS Altitude House
Free time and dinner
AIS Dining Hall or other
There are no formal dinner arrangements. Delegates
accommodated in the ASC Residences may have dinner
in the AIS dining hall (at no charge). Alternatively,
delegates are encouraged to make their own
arrangements as a networking opportunity (at their own
expense).
Day two – Thursday 13 May 2010
The focus for day two is on the coaches and high performance managers providing the
scientific community with an insight into their performance challenges. The presentations will
also explain the key determinants of success in the sports and various disciplines and provide
an insight into where gold medals are won and lost.
TIME
SESSION
LOCATION
8.45am
Tea and coffee
Conference Facilities Concourse
9.00am
Keynote –The Value of Creating Technology and
Research Roadmaps
AIS Theatrette
Barrie Finnin, CSIRO
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TIME
SESSION
9.30am
Performance challenges and the key determinants of
success in Olympic and Paralympic sports
LOCATION
An overview of the sport and the Olympic and
Paralympic events in which Australia competes
What will be the critical determinants in winning
gold in London and Sochi?
What times and athlete attributes will likely win
gold in London and Sochi and how far are
Australian athletes from achieving those?
What are the biggest challenges for the sport
leading into London and Sochi?
Question and answer session
Rowing
AIS Theatrette
Track and Field
Gold Room
Triathlon
Silver Room
Winter Sport
Bronze Room
10.30am
Morning tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
11.00am
Roadmap workshopping
What are the trends and drivers for the future
innovation needs of the sport?
What are the future innovation needs of the
sport?
Where are the capabilities in the national
system?
12.00pm
Rowing
AIS Theatrette
Track and Field
Gold Room
Triathlon
Silver Room
Winter Sport
Bronze Room
Networking lunch
Indoor Synthetic Pitch
An opportunity for you to carry on the conversation
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TIME
SESSION
1.00pm
Performance challenges and the key determinants of
success in Olympic and Paralympic sports
LOCATION
An overview of the sport and the Olympic and
Paralympic events in which Australia competes
What will be the critical determinants in winning
gold in London?
What times and athlete attributes will likely win
gold in London and how far are Australian
athletes from achieving those?
What are the biggest challenges for the sport
leading into London?
Question and answer session
2.00pm
Swimming
AIS Theatrette
Tennis
Gold Room
Sailing
Silver Room
Canoe and Kayak
Bronze Room
Roadmap workshopping
What are the trends and drivers for the future
innovation needs of the sport?
What are the future innovation needs of the
sport?
Where are the capabilities in the national
system?
3.00pm
Swimming
AIS Theatrette
Tennis
Gold Room
Sailing
Silver Room
Canoe and Kayak
Bronze Room
Afternoon tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
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TIME
SESSION
3.30pm
Performance challenges and the key determinants of
success in Olympic and Paralympic sports
LOCATION
An overview of the sport and the Olympic and
Paralympic events in which Australia competes
What will be the critical determinants in winning
gold in London?
What times and athlete attributes will likely win
gold in London and how far are Australian
athletes from achieving those?
What are the biggest challenges for the sport
leading into London?
Question and answer session
4.30pm
Cycling
AIS Theatrette
Water Polo
Gold Room
Hockey
Silver Room
Diving
Bronze Room
Roadmap workshopping
What are the trends and drivers for the future
innovation needs of the sport?
What are the future innovation needs of the
sport?
Where are the capabilities in the national
system?
From
5.30pm
Cycling
AIS Theatrette
Water Polo
Gold Room
Hockey
Silver Room
Diving
Bronze Room
Free time and dinner
AIS Dining Hall or other
There are no formal dinner arrangements. Delegates
accommodated in the ASC Residences may have dinner
in the AIS dining hall (at no charge). Alternatively,
delegates are encouraged to make their own
arrangements as a networking opportunity (at their own
expense).
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Day three – Friday 14 May 2010
The focus for day three is on blue sky research and high performance sport, as well as
developing a nationally coordinated approach to research.
TIME
SESSION
LOCATION
8.45am
Tea and coffee
Conference Facilities Concourse
9.00am
Forum – Facilitated by AIS Performance Research
AIS Theatrette
What would a nationally coordinated approach
to research look like?
11.00am
Morning tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
11.15am
Forum – Facilitated by AIS Performance Research
AIS Theatrette
What actions can we take to ensure research is
better coordinated nationally?
1.00pm
Lunch
Indoor Synthetic Pitch
2.00pm
Keynote – Blue Sky Research and High Performance
Sport
AIS Theatrette
3.00pm
Workshop awards and conclusion
AIS Theatrette
3.30pm
Afternoon tea
Conference Facilities Concourse
4.00pm
Workshop concludes
Program is subject to change.
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