Case Studies

Jersey Cycling Association Youth Academy

 

Pine Sport’s Ric Jamieson - 

 

“Having worked with the coaches at JCAYA while in post with British Cycling, it seemed logical to keep the continuity and working relationship going to further develop not only the performance side but also developing the new British Cycling Level 1 & 2 Coaches.”

 

”Coach development is really important, without this, sessions can stagnate or lose purpose and then in turn, riders can disengage or lose sight as to why they are being coached and how they may achieve their goals.”

 

”It’s not just about the top end, new riders of all ages and all abilities need to be engaged and this is one of the hardest things to do. Working with a group of very mixed ability can be challenging for any coach as all riders need to feel that they are getting the same from the session. This is one of the joys of coach mentoring helping them develop so that they in turn can develop even more riders!”

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