To register to attend the conference please go to our registration page. The registration fee is NZ$550 +gst. Registration closes on Monday 17 October 2016.
Welcome to our website, you are in for a treat, buckle up. This conference offers an amazing opportunity to administrators, coaches, managers and trainers of aspiring athletes and teams. Over the several days of our conference you will be spoilt with choice to listen to and interact with many of the leading thinkers and doers in performance sport. From building and changing team culture, how to manage sleep so as to improve performance through to how to best prepare our athletes for the American Scholarship dream, we have it all.
This conference will provide valuable information and interaction for all coaches, administrators, managers, trainers, practitioners, researchers and athletes who aspire to address performance and pathways in sport. It is expected registrants will come from a vast array of sporting backgrounds to listen to and discuss topical issues of importance to health, wellbeing and performance in sport.
We have attracted a strong lineup of speakers who are experts in their field. There are practitioners in applied sport science and researchers from New Zealand's top universities. Most of our speakers have represented either New Zealand or their home country in their preferred sport; from white water slalom kayaking to World Triathlon Championships, from cycling to Super Rugby Franchises. There will also be a session on identifying a programme and university in the United States where students can succeed in the classroom and in their sport.
The New Zealand Sports Performance Conference will be hosted by Palmerston North Boys' High School on 5-7 November 2016 at Palmerston North Boys' High, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
The conference will consider topics of relevance to all sport codes. The conference is open to anyone interested in the topics to be covered. We invite you to join us as we explore best practice, listen to real-life stories and ask questions of those at the pinnacle of their endeavours.