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James Hillier: Developing Hurdles (Part 2)

James Hillier is a UK Athletics Performance Coach for Sprints and Hurdles based in Bath. James is a former Commonwealth Games 400m hurdler and under the tutelage of Malcolm Arnold (UKA National Event Coach) has progressed to become one of the most highly rated Sprints and Hurdles Coaches in the UK.

James helps run the UKA Regional Performance Centre in Bath. The Centre had 6 athletes compete at the recent London Olympic Games most notably 2011 World Champion Dai Greene (400m H), and Olympic 4th placers Jack Green (4 x 400) and Lawrence Clarke (110m H).

James is a recent graduate from the prestigious UK Sport Elite Coach Apprenticeship Programme and is also acting National Hurdles Coach Mentor for England Athletics.

James has been a Team Coach for Hurdles for the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Team at the European and World Junior Championships and the European Senior Championships.

James was the lead deliverer and organiser for Elite Coach Education for Hurdles in the UK in 2012. James also works as a National Coach Mentor for England Athletics, and personally mentors a number of up and coming coaches. He also presented at the European Sprints and Hurdles Conference in 2012 and has been a regular presenter at a number of Regional and National Conferences across the UK over the past 3 years.

Academically, James has a BSc in Sport & Exercise Sciences from the University of Birmingham and an MBA from Drake University in the States.

In the second part of this presentation, delivered at the 2012 European Sprints and Hurdles Conference, James Hillier discusses the philosophy that underpins his hurdle training.

James Hillier is UK A Apprentice Coach for Sprints and Hurdles based in Bath. James is a former Commonwealth Games 400m hurdler and UKA Apprentice Coach under the tutelage of Malcolm Arnold (UKA National Event Coach). James helps run the UKA Regional Performance Centre in Bath. The Centre had 6 athletes compete at the recent London Olympic Games most notably 2011 World Champion Dai Greene (400m H), and Olympic 4th placers Jack Green (4x400) and Lawrence Clarke (110m H). James is a recent graduate from the UK Sport Elite Coach Apprenticeship Programme and is also acting National Hurdles Coach Mentor for England Athletics.

 

James Hillier: Developing Hurdles (Part 1)


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