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Five new speakers confirmed for the 2020’s edition of the International Festival of Athletics Coaching

Hanno Van Der Loo

For nearly 30 years, the intersection of sport and science has been the common thread in Hanno’s career.

He has been interested in optimal ways to increase the mental and physical performance of athletes since he was active as a national level decathlete (two bronze medals at the Dutch championships 1989 and 1990).

He studied exercise physiology and psychology at the Faculty of Human Movement Sciences of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and also completed the teacher training course there.

As editor-in-chief of the journal Sportgericht, he tries to oversee all developments in the field of applied sports science, with a special interest in training theory and motor learning.

Take advantage our special offer: to celebrate the World Championships in Doha, all the packages to attend IFAC 2020 are 5% discounted until October 6.

Five new speakers confirmed for the 2020's edition of the International Festival of Athletics Coaching Hanno Van Der Loo For nearly 30 years, the intersection of sport and science has been the common thread in Hanno's career. He has been interested in optimal ways to increase the mental and physical performance of athletes since he was active as a national level decathlete (two bronze medals at the Dutch championships 1989 and 1990). He studied exercise physiology and psychology at the Faculty of Human Movement

Five new speakers confirmed: starting from today, we will present them one each day Honourable Chantal Petitclerc is not only an internationally renowned athlete, but also a compassionate person. When she was 13 years old, she lost the use of her legs in an accident. While Petitclerc was developing her skills as a wheelchair athlete, she pursued her studies, first in social sciences at the CEGEP de Sainte-Foy and then in history at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. She overcame adversity