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Student Athlete Eyes

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Jack Grundy

on 12 June 2014

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Transcript of Student Athlete Eyes

Student Athlete Eyes
Sport
Academics
Sporting Career
Training Time
Support Services
Social
Competing
Media, Sponsorship and Financial
University Life
Lecture/ Delivery
Social
Exams and Assessments
Placements and Vocational Experience
Research and Preparation
Dual Careered
Competing
Support Services
Training Time
Media, Sponsorship and Financial
Sport Social
Course social
Placements and Vocational Experience
Lecture/ Delivery
Research and Preparation
Exams and Assessments
Performance Lifestyle

Hard Work and Confusing
Sport
Social
Family
Education
Work
Planning
Media
Hobbies
Opportunities
Management of Support Resources
Healthy Lifestyle
Transitions
Career
The Demands and Challenges
Time Management
Standards and Performance
Guided learning hours of course & Research
Training time
Recovery
Placements and experience
Support services
Camps
Competing
Academic studies
NGB standards
University sport standards
Sponsors
Career based
Learning Support
Tutorials
Strength and conditioning
Sport Science
TASS
Development days
Sleep
Family and Friends
Nutrition
Other hobbies and Interests
Injury free
Motivated and engaged
Delivery of coaching and support
Re location
Part time to full time
Career opportunities / decisions
Injury and rehab
Transfer to other sports
Buddy up System
sharing problems and barriers
Communal Online Timetable Systems
Helping all areas monitor and understand the loading upon the student athlete
menmtoring & Individual Development Plan
structure for monitoring
helping students see the transfer of skills
Use of Foundation Degrees
top up option
variety provided
Training & Champions within Academic Areas
Helping bridge and link areas
Career Development Days
supporting both areas and pathways

Induction Period
sport specific
Practitioners that available to help transition
Athlete Support Officer
Athlete Identity
75% ‘full-time’ athletes
54 % of all athletes have HND/Degree Of these, 30-50% also ‘employed’ in some way
99% will need a post-sport career
(UK Sport Athlete Survey 2007 & BAC Olympians Report 2009)
Coping Strategies and Techniques
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