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Success is long term: Long term athlete development related to the journey through swimming.

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Produced by the ASA Technical Swimming Committee, this document provides an explanation to help parents and club helpers understand the principles behind training and competition for young swimmers - although swimming, as a dynamic sport, will continue to change and develop, this will not alter the basic principles behind the long term development of young swimmers.

  

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Editor's comments - [  More LTAD interpretation, different again, this time from Swimming; see our Ruff guide to Talent development , the authors of this document, whilst using the LTAD rhetoric, are about a million miles away from its (atheoretical) principles........ particularly in swimming practice. Whilst the science expressed is a little naive in places this document as a whole is an example of strategic rhetoric.... uses the right words - means different things - but sounds a bit like -  Balyi's LTAD !, we find this quite amusing. ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : Grange, J. Gordon,R. (2004). Success is long term: Long term athlete development related to the journey through swimming.Loughborough: ASA

 

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