Pathways to the Podium Research Project

An investigation of the development of sport expertise

P2P News is the official newsletter of the Pathways to the Podium Research Project.

Issues of P2P News are released on a bi-monthly basis, and cover a range of topics relating to the progress of the research, along with other items of interest to participating athletes, coaches, and sporting organisations.

To view the most recent and previous versions of P2P News, please click on the issue number below.

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Current Issue:

Issue 9: May / June 2012

The Expert Advantage: Faster, higher, stronger,… and younger?

International Ice Hockey Federations Coaches Conferences

Useful Resources

Previous Issues:

Issue 8: March / April 2012

At long last…. Results!

The Expert Advantage: Recommended Reads and A look back at Linsanity

Issue 7: January / February 2012

The Expert Advantage: Literature Review: The Path to Excellence

2012 Ontario Coaches Conference

Research Team Profile: Young-Bin Cho

Issue 6: November / December 2011

The Expert Advantage: Sporting milestones and career progression of male Australian junior international level team sport athletes

Research Team Profile: York University Research Assistants

Issue 5: September / October 2011

Pathways to the Podium Website Update

The Expert Advantage: Elite performance via talent transfer

Research Team Profile: Dr. Damian Farrow

Issue 4: July / August 2011

The Expert Advantage: Elite performance via diversification

Pathways to the Podium In the News

Research Team Profile: Dr. Clare McMahon

Issue 3: May / June 2011

The Expert Advantage: Elite performance via early specialisation

Pathways to the Podium Timeline

Research Team Profile: Dr. Joe Baker

Issue 2: March / April 2011

Athlete Recruitment Update

The Expert Advantage: Pathways to elite performance

Research Team Profile: Melissa Hopwood

Issue 1: January / February 2011

P2P Online

The Expert Advantage: Is 10,000 hours a magic number for sport expertise?