Cluster for Research into Coaching

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Pleased to be able to share this exciting funded PhD opportunity on tackle coaching curriculum and development with @Carnegie_Sport & @TheRFL

@23Benjones @Sharief_H @ktconditioning
Please RT! Closing date for applications 2nd January

I spent the last week in Singapore at the Global Coach Conference hosted by @ICCE_coaching.

Biggest takeaway? We have lots of work to do to make sport, coaching, and research better.

Big thanks to @UofDenver and @DU_sport_coach for funding this travel.

New Episode out now!!

In episode 5 of the Coaching Hub Podcast Mike Castle hosts Ellen Jones and Ellie Lewis to talk about Ellen’s recent article on the career of women’s tennis coaches. They also discuss their coaching journeys so far.

Out now on all platforms!

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Research and Networking Opportunities like never before

The Cluster for Research into Coaching (CRiC) was formed at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2010 under the leadership of Professor Dave Day and Dr Bill Taylor with aim of developing critical coaching scholarship in the fields of pedagogy, sociology, history and law. CRiC has become known as the leading research group in the UK concerned with the sociology, pedagogy, history and ethics of sports coaching. CRiC has an emerging international reputation in these areas and will seek to continue to grow in influence and reputation.

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5th International Conference

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Bitesize Club

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PhD Repository

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Everything starts with a great Executive Board

Professor Robyn Jones


Dr Anna Stodter

Vice President

Don Vinson


Jon Cowell