Key Factors in Successful Multidisciplinary Teams - Panel Session
Dave Hamilton has 20 years of experience in Sports Science and Strength and Conditioning. He has programmed and coached a mixture of athletic levels, from elite youth athletes to current Olympic, World and Commonwealth medallists. During his time as a physical preparation coach he has gathered vocational experience working in Qatar, Hong Kong, Canada and the UK. He has led the sports science program for 2 world class Olympic field hockey programs, both of which have shown growth as a team and made considerable strides up the world ranking system.
His philosophy has always been to be innovative in his approach to programming and the assessment of athletic development, believing that integrity, communication, excellence and the ability to challenge are the keys to success when leading a program, as the goal of any performance program should be to maintain athletic longevity, understand the individual, embrace change and develop performance models that constantly evolve in order to challenge the norms and progress performance.
Dave also played Professional Rugby with Bedford Blues RFU, Nova Scotia (Canada), and Aberdeen RFC (Hong Kong).
Saturday ~ 6th Nov ~ DAY 1 Panel Session: Day 1
Director of Performance Science, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, USA