The Athlete Development Matrix (ADM) provides a sport curriculum that will ideally lead to training processes that are intentionally designed to meet stage appropriate objectives. Assessment should provide evidence that athletes have improved in relation to identifiable objectives of LTAD and the ADM. This session will highlight meaningful competition as a vital form of assessment and evaluation of athlete outcomes, aligning competition with the sport curriculum (ADM) is a clear priority for LTAD.
An update on the latest evidence on the detection, assessment and treatment of sport-related concussion will be presented. The output from the recent 5th Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport that was held in Berlin in October of 2016 will be shared and new tools that have been developed will be shared with the group through a practical session and case examples.
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