With two weeks to go until the Leaders Sport Performance Summit at the Emirates Stadium on the 12-13 November, the event is fast approaching a sell out for the sixth year running and set to welcome its most senior and international delegation yet.
With just 11 delegate passes remaining, the 600 person guestlist features a host of the industry’s most expert practitioners from all over the world. Representatives from over 27 countries and 25 sports are confirmed, including: Managing Director, McLaren Applied Technologies; Assistant Manager, Arsenal FC; All Blacks Manager, New Zealand Rugby Union; Driver Development Manager, Red Bull Racing; Chief of Sport Performance, United States Olympic Committee; Head of Elite Coach Development, England and Wales Cricket Board; Team Psychologist, Boston Red Sox; First Team Sports Scientist, Real Madrid CF; High Performance Manager, Belkin Pro Cycling; Chief Executive Officer, British Olympic Association; Director of Sport, German Football Association; Rugby Director, Premiership Rugby; Head Coach, Brisbane Lions and many more.
Staged as its own separate event for the very first time, Leaders are bringing more content than ever to the summit with top names such as Arsène Wenger, Manager, Arsenal FC; Zaheer Benjamin, Vice President, Business Planning & Basketball Analytics at the Phoenix Suns; Ceri Evans, Forensic Psychiatrist and Consultant to the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team; Didier Drogba, Player, Chelsea FC; John Sullivan, Clinical Sport Psychologist & Applied Sport Scientist for the NFL and elite US military; Andy Flower, Technical Director of Elite Coaching, ECB; John Longmire, Head Coach, Sydney Swans; Geoff Miller, Mental Skills Coach, Atlanta Braves; Stephen Park, RYA Olympic Manager, British Sailing; Kevin O’Hare, Director, Royal Ballet; Greg Retter, Clinical Director, Royal Ballet; Anne Isaac, Head of Human Performance in External Safety, NATS;David Priestley, Chartered Psychologist, Arsenal FC; Rett Larson, Performance Coach with the Chinese Olympic Diving team and EXOS; Raymond Blanc, two star Michelin Chef at Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons restaurant, and Diego Masciaga, Director and General Manager of the 3 Michelin starred Waterside Inn, taking to the stage.
Boosting the event experience even further, Leaders will complement the main stage action with a selection of expert roundtable sessions, allowing open and in depth conversations to take place between the specialists in the room.
James Worrall, CEO, Leaders commented: “This is the first time that we’ve made the Sport Performance Summit a standalone event and the reception has been fantastic. With more content, speakers and delegates that ever before it’s set to be a brilliant gathering for those at the forefront of elite performance.”
For further information about the event or to enquire about attending, please get in touch with a member of the Leaders team using the following information: +44 (0) 207 042 8666 or enquire below…
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