|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||An investigation into talent identification and development in English Netball|
|Citation:||Robinson L & Downward P (2009) An investigation into talent identification and development in English Netball. Regional Talent Project (Netball). 5927/PS/EMR, Loughborough. Loughborough University Enterprises Limited.|
|Publisher:||Loughborough University Enterprises Limited|
|Abstract:||The Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy (ISLP) at Loughborough University was pleased to respond to a request by Cathy Partridge, Regional Talent Officer for the East Midlands, and Kelly Parkyn, Talent Manager for England Netball, to investigate talent identification and development in netball. The context of the evaluation is the recent change in Sport England’s strategy from a policy of Long-term Athlete Development (LTAD) to one in which National Governing Bodies and sports clubs will be charged with ensuring that they Grow participation in their sport, that they Sustain participation in their sport and also to ensure that talent progresses to an elite level, that is Excel.|
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