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Athletics Ireland Coaching Network Announces Sprints Jumps and Hurdles Conferences

Athletics Ireland has announced Two Sprints, Hurdles and Jumps coaching Conferences

Athlone IT, Saturday September 3rd and Saturday September 17th

 Athletics Ireland Coaching Network

Following the highly successful initial event in the Athletics Ireland Sprints, Hurdles and Jumps Coaching Network series, held in Athlone IT on April 16th, Athletics Ireland has announced two further events in the Hurdles and Jumps Coaching Network series.

The initial event was a great success, with over 130 coaches filling the venue.  This appetite for self-development by the coaches bodes very well for the clubs and athletes with whom they work.

Timetables, Presenter Bios and Workshop Details - PDF File

Sprints / Jumps / Hurdles Development Day - September 3rd

  •   Warmup Workshop
  •   Hurdles Workshop
  •   Sprint Relay Workshop
  •   Triple Jump Workshop
  •   High Jump Workshop
  •   Speed development Workshop
  •   General conditioning Workshop
  •   Planning Workshop

Sprints / Jumps / Hurdles Performance Day - September 17th

  •   High Jump Workshop
  •   Technical hurdles Workshop
  •   Long Jump Workshop
  •   Pole Vault Workshop
  •   Speed Development – Acceleration Workshop
  •   400m Hurdles Workshop
  •   High Jump – Plyometrics


The primary focus is on networking, sharing knowledge, and improving on the technical aspects of sprinting, hurdling and jumping.

These events have something to offer the club coach, development coach and performance coach. These occasions are designed to assist coaches develop, while also networkworking with other coaches, and to help build better support structures for their own training group.


Each of the events costs €30

3rd September 2016

17th September 2016

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