High Performance Strength and Conditioning Symposium

    2019 United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee High Performance Strength and Conditioning Symposium

    • What

      Come join us and build your knowledge, your perspective, and your professional network at this unique learning and sharing opportunity.

      • This three-day event is a combination of presentation-style lectures paired with highly interactive breakout group discussions.
      • This event caters to the experienced strength and conditioning practitioner
      • In order to foster an environment for rich content and conversation participation is limited to 100 attendees.
      • Interested attendees must submit an application to be reviewed by a committee prior to participation for the event. Each application will be reviewed by a committee. Approval criteria for this event is based upon role, responsibilities, and experience.
      • All attendees must stay onsite at the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center 
      • The use of social media will not be permitted during symposium sessions. All content shared during this event is only for those who participate.

      Download the 2019 United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee High Performance Strength and Conditioning Symposium packet here

    • When

      • May 15-17, 2019
    • Where

      The United States Olympic & Paralympic Training Center,

      1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

      (Use the Boulder St. entrance to access the complex.)

      • $90/night for all guests (domestic and international)

      • All attendees must stay on-site at the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center and the accommodation fee includes meals at the OTC Athlete Dining Center, use of OTC facilities and a double-occupancy room (roommates will be assigned after registration). The OPTC supplies a complimentary shuttle service to and from the Colorado Springs Airport. Additionally, there will be options to stay 1 day earlier or a couple after the event.

    *The speaker lineup and presentation schedule is subject to change

    • Matt Delancey – Assistant Director of S&C | University of Florida
    • Dawn Scott – High Performance Coach | US Soccer WNT
    • Alex Wolf – Head of Learning | English Institute of Sport
    • Darren Burgess PhD – High Performance Director | Arsenal Football Club
    • Teena Murray – Senior Director of Athlete Health and Performance | Sacramento Kings
    • Julian Jones – Performance Services Manager | Australian Institute of Sport
    • Nicholas Gill PhD – Head of Strength and Conditioning | New Zealand All Blacks
    • Adam Krikorian – Head Coach - Women’s Team | USA Waterpolo
    • Clive Brewer – Assistant Director of High Performance & Head of Sport Science | Toronto Blue Jays
    • Nicholas Pearce PhD – Associate Professor Management & Leadership | Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
    • Richard Louman – Manager of Strength and Conditioning | Netherlands Olympic Committee
    • Chris Clements – Mentor Coach Contractor | United States Olympic Committee
    • Keenan Robinson – High Performance Director | USA Swimming
    • Phil Moreland – Head of Strength and Conditioning | New South Wales Institute of Sport
    • Pete Naschak – President/CEO | Performance Activation Inc.
    • Tim Pelot – USOC | Sr. Strength and Conditioning Coach
    • Chris Snyder – USOC | Director of Coaching Education
    • John Crawley – USOC | High Performance Director
    • Peter Haberl EdD – USOC | Sr. Sport Psychologist

    Event-related questions can be addressed by emailing CoachingEducation@usoc.org.


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