NI RELAY DEVELOPMENT SQUADBringing speed athletes & their coaches together to learn and improve
The NI Relay Squads are both an opportunity for athletes to learn key relay skills but as a major coach development event. A typical squad session involves two streams of activity, one focused around athletes and another around coaches. A typical relay squad event will begin with some basic sprint training theory and then feature an “Open Workout”, where a coach and athlete demonstrate what a real workout may look like for a senior performance athlete. The afternoon session usually focuses around both the theoretical and practical aspects of relay training and includes an opportunity for coaches and athletes to work together to improve their skills.
University of Ulster, Jordanstown
Squad Reports & Training Sessions
Look back at the schedules for previous various squad weekends and watch videos from these events.
Athletics Northern Ireland are pleased to announce the second Speed & Relay Squad Day will be held on Saturday 2 April 2016 at Ulster University Jordanstown. The day will also act as a preparation camp for teams that wish to enter the Belfast International relays...
Event Videos: Davy Reid & Amy Foster In the following videos of the "Open Workout", Amy Foster and coach Davy Reid demonstrate and explain the ankle strengthening exercises Amy used during the 2015/2016 season to improve her ankle stiffness. Strengthening the...
Frequently Asked Questions
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Where can I find videos from previous events?
Just take a look at the reports from previous events! The links are further up this page.