gecenin kanunu izle hızlı ve öfkeli 8 izle yeni nesil ajan 3 izle


When a black singlet
rounds into the home straight in medal contention,
the crowd erupts and a country holds its breath!

Our vision is to ensure this continues, by making
New Zealand the most effective nation in the world at supporting distance athletes in their development towards delivering podium performances.

2017-18 DEG 'emerging talent' camps

Group training opportunities for upper secondary school aged athletes, and their coaches, designed to support athlete and ‘squad’ development.  

These camps are a chance for athletes and coaches to train and learn together, with the wider goal of assisting young athletes gain good foundations for long term distance running development.  

For further information on the Emerging Talent group, please contact Maria Hassan

2017-18 DEG performance hubs

Registrations are NOW OPEN for the 2017-18 Performance Hubs.

The DEG Performance Hubs are collaborative training opportunities designed to provide current HP distance athletes access to domestic performance training environments (PTE’s) in preparation for the Commonwealth Games, and the international season. They are also a chance for future HP athletes (post-secondary school age) and their coaches to fast-track their development by exposure to world leading performance factors, such as altitude training.  

Camp 1 : Snowfarm Altitude Camp, Wanaka. 20th November - 23rd December 2017  (Coaching workshops Dec 8-10)

Camp 2 : Wellington Distance Hub, December 27 – January 14, 2018 (Coaching workshops tbc)

More details to come soon. In the meantime, please contact event group lead - Steve Willis

2017-18 Coach development opportunities

Coaches are encouraged, and will in many cases be supported, to attend emerging talent camps and performance hubs with their athletes, where specific coach development workshops will be held in conjunction with these events.

Planning is also underway for a National Distance Conference in 2018. This is likely to be held after the Commonwealth Games in 2018, and will be a great opportunity to bring across international coaches for the benefit of the wider NZ distance coaching community.  
Further information will become available later in 2017. 

2017-18 Distance Event group plan

Contact details

Steve Willis - Distance event group lead

Emily Nolan - Athletics NZ Coach Education Manager

distance event group philosophy

These are some of the principles and beliefs that will guide our strategy going forward. Initiatives contained in our 2017/18 Event Group Plan, and longer term strategy are aligned and guided by these beliefs.

1) Late specialisation - Young athletes developing strong mechanical, speed and aerobic foundations (general athleticism) through a range of experiences.      
2) A collaborative approach to coach and athlete development – Supporting a network of expert coaches, who can work together to provide quality training environments (squads) as a breeding ground for future high performance distance athletes.    

3) Athletes qualifying for major championships early in their career – Assisting athletes and coaches to effectively negotiate the ‘minefield’ of pre-elite level distance running, with the goal of athletes maximising the proportion of their career as high performance athletes. 

4) High performance campaigns – Facilitating an ongoing process for assisting athletes and coaches to access all their available resources, in order to deliver their best performances at major championships. 

Copyright 2018 by Athletics New Zealand |
amator turk sikis izle
istanbul escort beylikduzu escort beylikduzu escort sisli escort porno
alanya escort
bitcoin casino