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Long Term Athlete Development

What is Long Term Athlete Development?

Long term athlete development (LTAD) is a concept that has evolved through recognition that there are gaps in athlete development, talent identification, athlete recruitment and athlete retention in the Canadian sport system. LTAD is a planning tool for optimal performance for all stages of athlete development. It is based on empirical data, practical coaching experiences and scientific principles and is a framework for full sport system alignment in Canada, integrating health and education with sport and physical activity.

(Anne Merklinger, Former CKC Director General).

 

 

 


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CKCLTAD.pdf
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Ryan Blair,
Apr 16, 2010, 7:22 PM
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Ryan Blair,
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