Thank you to our supporters, speakers and audience members for their contribution to a successful Sydney Summit
WHO SHOULD COME?
Athletes, ex-athletes, coaches, people who care for athletes, athlete families, decision makers in the sporting world, sponsors, students, managers, sports agents, journalists.
Our panels of athletes and experts will address the issues facing our athletes today, including career transition, head space, life after sport and the ongoing presence of doping. We’ll discuss realistic solutions going forward and offer many takeaways in this high-energy, content-rich conference.
SCHEDULE AND VENUE
VENUE: Aerial UTS Function Centre, Level 7, Building 10,235 Jones Street, Ultimo NSW 2007
PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND TIMES:
8.30 – 10.30 Being a Male Athlete
11.00 – 13.00 Athlete Career Transition
13.30 – 15.30 Being a Female Athlete
15.45 – 17.45 Anti-Doping – is there a solution?
17.45 – 19.30 Post event drinks and networking
Being a Female Athlete (Mental, emotional, physical incl post career).
Being a Male Athlete (Mental, emotional, physical incl post career).
Athlete Career Transition (What athletes really need to consider for their careers outside the sporting arena).
Anti-Doping – is there a solution? (Have we really progressed in this fight since 1988? How can we change the narrative?).
Final Schedule with Panel Members
Being a Male Athlete
|Keynote: Rick Cotgreave
Moderator: Daniel Kowalski
Mike McKay – Oarsome Foursome
Dene Halatau – NRL
Rick Cotgreave – Transition Research
Chris Mordue – Athlete Counsellor
Glenn Warry – Player Welfare
Greg Louganis (via video)
Mike Pyke – AFL
Building and maintaining brand beyond sport.
|Sam Mutimer – ThinkTankScout|
|Keynote and Moderator: Liz Brett
Greg Mumm – Final Whistle
Sam Mutimer – Think Tank Scout
Rene Poulos -Crossing the Line
Annabelle Williams – Paralympic Champion
Kim Brennan – Olympic Champion
Katherine Bates – World Champion
James Chapman – Olympic Medalist
Shelley Gorman – Olympic Medalist
Richard Stenhouse – Global Elite Sports
|Kristen Worley – Keynote|
Being a Female Athlete
|Keynote and Moderator: Jenni Screen – Olympic Medalist
Kim Brennan – Olympic Champion
Caroline Anderson – Olympian
Victoria Roberts – Olympian
Jade Edmistone – World Champion
|Keynote: Joerg Jaksche
Moderator: Tracey Holmes – ABC
Kristen Worley – Track Cyclist
Joerg Jaksche – Tour de France Cyclist
Jaimie Fuller – Skins Chairman
Rob Arnold – Cycling Journalist
Catherine Ordway – Anti Doping Expert
To keep this agenda high-energy, content-rich and valuable to all of us interested in such a broad topic there will be 4 speakers per session plus a moderator. 20 speakers across the whole day. If you have been to a TEDx then you will be familiar with the format we are adopting as the introduction to each panel. We will combine this format with a moderated Q&A for the panel with significant audience interaction.
Olympic legend Greg Louganis will be joining our impressive line up of Sydney panelists by video link from the USA.
Richard is the Managing Director and Founder of Global Elite Sports who are a recruitment company providing past and present athletes with job placement opportunities via strategic alliances with key partners across many industries throughout Australia and New Zealand. Global Elite Sports have a detailed understanding of what it takes for athletes to be ready to enter the workforce and have established relationships with businesses across a wide variety of industries that recognise the qualities, attributes and values that many former athletes can bring to their organisations. Richard will be joining us on the Career Transition panel and will be available for chats throughout the day.
A broken leg in 2008 (while playing rugby for the UK) was the tipping point for one of Thinktank Scouts founders, Sam Mutimer, when she became aware of the true power of social media and how it plays a role in branding and business as a whole. Sam launched her own company, Thinktank Social in 2011, as a ‘niche’ social media agency – one of Australia’s very first.
She now is following her passion to assist athletes, clubs, academies and organisations, to support and empower the “entrepreneurial” athlete to business success.