“Junior success is a poor indicator of long-term senior success” – Professor Dr. Arne Güllich

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Dr. Taisuke Kinugasa speaking at the 2016 Youth Athlete Development Conference. He is the Senior Manager, Athlete Pathway Development Project, at the Japan Sport Council. He was sharing about the Japanese development pathways.  (Photo © Les Tan/Red Sports)

Dr. Taisuke Kinugasa speaking at the 2016 Youth Athlete Development Conference. He is the Senior Manager, Athlete Pathway Development Project, at the Japan Sport Council. He was sharing about the Japanese development pathways. (Photo 8 © Les Tan/Red Sports)

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  1. […] Junior success is a poor indicator of long-term senior success – Professor Dr. Arne Güllich […]

  2. […] You can read further about his presentation to 2016 Youth Athlete Development Conference here. […]

  3. […] “Junior success is a poor indicator of long-term senior success” are the research findings of Dr. Arne Güllich on investigating the efficacy of a number of early TID programmes. […]

  4. […] all the evidence tends to suggest the opposite. A recent article from a talk by Professor Gullich https://www.redsports.sg/2016/12/03/youth-athlete-development-conference/ suggests that even early success has zero predictive ability of long term […]

  5. […] Junior success is a poor indicator of long-term senior success – Professor Dr. Arne Güllich […]

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