Saje Impact Director Andy Reed today was helping Sport:80 host a network event in Sheffield to help NGBs unlock the power of their data, insight and technology. The event brings together strategic partners, NGBs and Sport England.
Andy said “ I have been really keen to help NGBs work much better with their data and maximise the opportunities to make themselves sustainable. This is a great opportunity to grow a community and share experiences.
A debate about sporting integrity between young people and representatives from UNICEF, UK Anti-Doping and the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport will take place at Loughborough University next week.
Youngsters from local schools will join, academics, PhD researchers and policymakers from national sporting organisations and international charities at Loughborough University Football Stadium, on Thursday, November 8.
The day will include roundtable discussions centred around three main topics:
- Should athletes be punished for the use of appearance (not performance) enhancement substances?
- Do the means justify the ends in sports coaching? Motivational coaching or bullying to achieve the best performance possible.
- Should athletes be punished for what they post on social media?
SajeImpact Director Andy Reed was at amongst the guests at the Sunday Times #SWOTY tonight as the awards for 2018 were celebrated
”I have supported the Awards for a number of years and they have gone from strength to strength as the profile of Women’s sport has grown. The awards tonight highlighted the breadth of talent and sports where athletes excel. It was great for example to see England Netball lift the team trophy and Diner Asher-Smith crowned as Sports Woman of the year.