Our opening speaker, Rick Cotgreave shares his thoughts after last week’s Summit What a privilege to be involved in the CTL summit, a landmark event in Sydney – the chance to be with such a wide variety of athletes willing to share their stories with such honesty. Listening to athletes talk about the truth of … Continue reading Summit Musings – Rick Cotgreave
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We are immensely saddened to learn of the passing of Dan Vickerman. Our sympathies go out to his family and friends.
20 TOP ATHLETES CAN’T BE WRONG Have you ever wondered what happens to the thousands of athletes who retire in their chosen sport and don’t get a job in the commentary box? Many of them struggle through the early part of ‘life after sport’, because they are lost. They have nowhere to be at a … Continue reading SUMMIT PRESS RELEASE
Depression After Injury: The Road to Emotional Recovery for Athletes The following article was published on TheFix.com . The Fix has been one of our featured resources on Crossing the Line since we started. This article focuses on the challenges many athletes face when sidelined through injury. Athletes may face anxiety, depression, eating disorders or substance abuse … Continue reading Feature: Emotional Recovery after Injury
Research shows that individual athletes are more prone to depression The Guardian carried an article today about research in from the Technical University of Munich that was presented at a recent conference in Cardiff. It offered multiple insights into what we have long since believed at CTL. The research into this area of sport is … Continue reading Feature: German research on athlete depression
Through the pain of depression, a top cyclist finds balance. This article first appeared as “Mental as Anything” on Lizzie William’s blog. Lizzie is an Australian international cyclist who has had her share of ups and downs – on and off the bike. With permission, we have published it here for the benefit of the athlete community. … Continue reading Feature: Finding balance after the pain
Helping athletes play the long game For the average person, life’s game plan seems relatively mapped out. Go to school, earn your education, get a job, build a career until you’re 65 and retire to watch your family do the same thing. But the life of an elite athlete couldn’t be further from this model. Everything … Continue reading Feature: Education – playing the long game
Changing Lanes. Using “Failure” Anthony Burke – Former international track and field athlete For the most part, I actually did alright in sport. I won titles, made friends, travelled the world and enjoyed many wonderful experiences. But a driven mind is often more programmed for a relentless quest to do better, rather than resting on … Continue reading Feature: Changing Lanes and using “Failure”