Learning from world classes coaches

A truly inspirational line up is scheduled for IFAC 2016 and you still have time to book your place and join us in in Formia, Italy for a unique learning opportunity from world class coaches in the classroom and on the track.

Book now at www.athleticscoaches.eu with information on the programme and accommodation packages. Federations can contact ifac@athleticscoaches.eu for information and invoicing for sending delegations. European Athletics federations are eligible for a scholarship to attend IFAC and other Coaching Summit Series, federations should contact marc.sintes@european-athletics.org for more information.



OLYMPIC DEBRIEF: Following an action packed fortnight of athletics in Rio, we will have a full debrief and statistical analysis across the event groups looking at the highs and the lows of the 2016 Olympic Games.

SPRINTS & HURDLES: From World Champion in Beijing to World Record Holder and Olympic Champion in Rio, Ans Botha has taken Wayde van Niekerk on a journey to world class over the 400m. Botha will be presenting both a keynote presentation and a seminar. Malcolm Arnold has coached over 70 major medal in the hurdles and will be leading a practical session on hurdles along with a seminar on hurdling principles.  

JUMPS: A strong and very experienced line up awaits the jumps stream, with Marco Tamberi headlining the high jump. Tamberi, a former Italian record holder in the jump, coached his son to the European title earlier this year; he will be joined by Wolfgang Ritzdorf, director of the World High Centre in Cologne. Elio Locatelli will cover the horizontal jumps and Vitaly Petrov part of the coaching team of Thiago Braz da Silva, who became a Brazilian national hero when he clinched gold in the Olympic pole vault contest in Rio.

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