Cycling Seminar



High Performance Cycling Seminar

   

Jamie Anderson is an Australian living in Belgium, and recognized as one of Europe’s most successful elite Masters cyclists. A medallist at the World Masters Games, in 2017 Jamie accrued more than 15 race and stage wins, including podiums at four major international multi-day stage races for amateurs.

Content

In this one-day seminar Jamie will be joined by his coach and former professional cyclist Allan Davis to talk about the path to high performance as a Masters athlete. Topics will include:

  • Goal setting and motivation
  • Balancing work-life pressures
  • Understanding strengths and weaknesses
  • Forging an effective coaching relationship
  • Developing a pragmatic training plan
  • Managing fitness, fatigue and form
  • Dealing with setbacks
  • Avoiding injury and over-training
  • Developing race craft and tactical wisdom

The session will be highly interactive, and participants will have the opportunity to schedule individual consultations with Jamie and Allan after the event.

Who should attend?

The seminar is designed for aspiring sportspeople of any age, but will be especially relevant for Masters Cyclists over the age of 35 who are balancing their passion for sport with other work and life pressures.  The content will be relevant for all levels of athlete – from the individual who would simply like to improve fitness and ride their first Granfondo, through to those who aspire to compete at the highest level.  


Location & Dates

Brussels: Saturday, 21 October 2017

London: Saturday, 25 November 2017

Adelaide (Tour Down Under), 15 January 2018


About the Facilitators

Jamie Anderson is an academic, speaker, author and cyclist who returned to competition at the age of forty. Recognised as one of Europe’s best elite amateur Masters Cyclists, Jamie has accrued race podiums at one-day and multi-day international events, including the World Masters Games, Cape Town Cycle Classic, Tour of Good Hope, Tour of Cyprus, Tour of Norway and the Giro Sardinia.

Allan Davis is an Australian former professional road cyclist who achieved more than 50 victories over his 12 year professional career, including a bronze medal at the World Championships in 2010. Known for his sprinting ability, he started competitive cycling at the age of 10, and was a scholarship holder with the Australian Institue of Sport. He raced as a professional from 2002 to 2014 for trade teams such as Mapei, Once, Liberty Serguros, Discovery Channel, Quick Step, Astana and Orica GreenEdge.


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