Talent ID and Development – the science, strategy and tactics (not in that order) of developing future champions. This is the first in a series of posts (videos, we’ll see how that goes) on this topic. Today, the entire presentation
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Chris Froome’s data, or the first part thereof, was published in Esquire yesterday evening. Some thoughts on what it says, means, and what may yet be added
Chris Froome’s data is due to be released tomorrow. Here are my thoughts on what it shows, what it can’t show, the testers, the process, and some predictive scenarios for you to play with when those numbers do come out
Renee Anne Shirley is one of the world’s leading anti-doping experts. Also a whistleblower who shed light on lax anti-doping practices in Jamaica, she shares her thoughts on the IAAF, WADA and IOC in an unedited interview. She offers fascinating insights on the origins of the problem, and the way forward.
The IAAF response to the doping scandal has hardly been reassuring. Nor was its position when the allegations first emerged. What is the solution, though? Maximum transparency, and a leading role in creating unparalleled transparency might finally break this orbit. Here’s a few thoughts on how