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Dan Pfaff on Coaching the Jumps

The statement that Dan Pfaff is one of the best track and field coaches working in the world today is beyond reproach. His resume is littered with Olympic and World Champions, many of whom he took from developing athlete to world beater. Current coach to European Championships silver medallist Christian Malcolm amongst others, Pfaff is UKA’s National Performance Centre Director at Lee Valley in London and has coached over 70 athletes, including former Olympic champion and 100m World Record holder Donovan Bailey, to Olympic Games and World Championships. In this video taken during the 2010 England Athletics Coaching Conference Series Pfaff discusses his view on coaching the jumping events and how modern coaches can learn how to avoid traditional mistakes.

  • Uploaded: 08.01.2011
  • Duration: 01:27:32
  • Views: 3318

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Comments (1)

  1. Posted by Rickman Betts on 21/05/2014 at 12:34 PM

    Excellent session

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