US to host rugby summit for coaches

2018-06-19 06:00

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals. The professionals will also be part of a panel to offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and hopes for to continue from previous engagements. “This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum in Stellenbosch.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals. These professionals will also be part of a panel that will offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A towards the end of the forum.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and is hoping for a continuation from previous engagements, which received positive feedback.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum in Stellenbosch.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals. These professionals will also be part of a panel that will offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A towards the end of the forum.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and is hoping for a continuation from previous engagements, which received positive feedback.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum in Stellenbosch.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals. These professionals will also be part of a panel that will offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A towards the end of the forum.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and is hoping for a continuation from previous engagements, which received positive feedback.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals.

The professionals will also be part of a panel to offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and hopes for to continue from previous engagements.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals.

The professionals will also be part of a panel to offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and hopes for to continue from previous engagements.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals.

The professionals will also be part of a panel to offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and hopes for to continue from previous engagements.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

Stellenbosch University’s Department of Sport Science, in conjunction with WJK Coaching Consultancy, will be hosting a Rugby Science Forum in Stellenbosch.

The conference-styled event will take place on Friday 22 June 2018 and will include some of the industry’s top sporting intellectuals. These professionals will also be part of a panel that will offer delegates an opportunity to engage with these industry gurus. Dr Wilbur Kraak, along with Dr Sharief Hendricks from the University of Cape Town and Dr Pierre Viviers from Stellenbosch University, will host a Q&A towards the end of the forum.

Kraak, who holds a doctorate in Sport Science from Stellenbosch University, has been the driving force behind this platform and is hoping for a continuation from previous engagements, which received positive feedback.

“This forum has been welcomed by a host of clubs, unions, coaches and even players,” Kraak says.

“We believe that these kinds of engagements bring sectors in sport together to share info, which traditionally would not have been interacting. So it can also be seen as a catalyst to bridge and bring people together.”

Various segments will be presented and these will take the form of presentations from the three professionals, including medical, sports science and coaching.

These topics, which will be of great use in both professional and amateur ranks, will include how to coach the tackle, injury management and current trends in rugby.

The closing date for registrations is 12 June and registration can be done via https://goo.gl/forms/LX4frv6MOT4rCwFk1.

For more information on the forum, email Dr Wilbur Kraak at kjw@sun.ac.za.

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