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Richard Bailey
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Writer, researcher, speaker about sport and development
Writer, researcher, speaker about sport and development

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I was honoured to be invited speak at the first conference of the Football Collective, at the FC United of Manchester ground.

My presentation introduced two overlooked concepts of talent development

Anyway, here is a short interview from the event

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Interview from the Football Collective Conference
I was honoured to be invited speak at the first conference of the  Football Collective, at the FC United of Manchester ground. My presentation introduced two overlooked concepts of talent development: I argued that no account of the talent development proce...

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Oh, look! I'm talking about football!

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Sport, physical activity and educational achievement
Sport, physical activity and educational achievement  is now available from both ResearchGate and Academia.edu . Any comments or suggestions for further development of the model would be very gratefully appreciated.

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New article: Sport, physical activity and educational achievement
I've recently published an article in the academic journal Sport in Society on the question of the contribution sport and other forms of physical activities might make to school grades and examinations. This is the abstract / summary: Sport and other forms ...

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New Huffington Post blog - What About Sport? Sport Needs Health; Health Needs Sport
I've recently written a new blog article for the Huffington Post. Its topic is the relationship between sport and the healthy physical activity agenda. The article can be accessed here . Or by clicking on the image below. Comments and suggestions for new su...

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New Psychology Today article - please share!

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The Philosophy of Science and Sport and Exercise Science
Introduction “Cheshire Puss,' she began, rather timidly, as she did not at all know whether it would like the name: however, it only grinned a little wider. 'Come, it's pleased so far,' thought Alice, and she went on. 'Would you tell me, please, which way I...

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