The 2018 Summit has now taken place. Details and schedule below are for 2018. Stay tuned for 2019 University of Notre Dame & Australian Catholic University Summit information.
University of Notre Dame & Australian Catholic University
Human Performance Summit: The 24 Hour Athlete
June 22-24 2018 at the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Indiana, USA)
Bringing together leaders in high performance sport and athlete management.
|Date and Time||Friday 22 June||Saturday 23 June||Sunday 24 June|
|8:30am - 9:30am|
Summit commences at 1pm
The Belief Effect
Dr David Martin
Coaching Up: Effectively Communicating Sports Science Data
|9:30am - 10:15am|
Masters and Servants: How the Preparation Framework serves the Performance Model
Dr Jeremy Sheppard
Importance of Acceleration Monitoring
Dr Jace Delaney
|10:15am - 10:45am|
On the bench with David and Jeremy
On the bench with Jordan, Kevin and Jace
|11:15am - 12:00pm|
An Integrative Approach to Performance Psychology
Dr Cristina Fink
Wearable Technology and Player Tracking
Dr Grant Duthie
|12:00pm - 12:45pm|
The 24-hour College Athlete: Managing Stress Off the Field
Niki Sims and Joey Ramaeker
12:00pm - 12:30pm
On the bench with Summit Presenters
|12:45pm - 1:30pm|
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Notre Dame Stadium Tour
Summit closes at 1:30pm
|1:15pm - 2:00pm|
Challenges of Applying the Evidence in Collaboration with the 24-hour athlete
Dr Blake McLean
|2:00pm - 2:45pm|
The Sports Scientist's Toolbox
Controversies in Recovery
Dr Shona Halson
|2:45pm - 3:30pm|
Marginal Gains vs Big Rocks
Performance Based Model Following Injury: We are not progressing if we accept close enough
|3:30pm - 4:15pm|
3:45pm - 4:15pm
On the bench with Blake, Jo and Tim
Hamstrung: Contemporary Approaches to Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
Dr David Opar and
Dr Ryan Timmins
|4:15pm - 5:00pm|
The “Other 22-Hours”: Supporting Athlete Health and Performance
Dr Marc Bubbs
4:15pm - 4:45pm
On the bench with Shona, Bill, David and Ryan
Performance Think Tank:
Evening Dinner and Drinks
Evening Dinner and Drinks
*Please note this schedule is subject to change.
Attendees will be eligible to receive 5.5 CSCCa CEUs for the full three day Summit.
ESSA CPD points are available for Australian attendees
1 CPD point per delivery hour. Attendees will be eligible to receive 15 CPD points for the full three day Summit.
Registrations are closed
General entry payment option: USD $300
Alumni payment option: USD $250
Student payment option*: USD $175
Please note: ACU Master of High Performance Sport students attending Notre Dame to complete the unit EXSC652 Contemporary Issues in Sports Science do not need to register and pay through this site because your attendance is covered by your EXSC652 course fees.
*Please note: We will require proof of student status (student ID to be supplied) upon registration at the seminar.
For more Human Performance Summit information
Email Mr Jordan Webb: email@example.com (University of Notre Dame) or
Professor Justin Kemp: Justin.Kemp@acu.edu.au (Australian Catholic University)
We recommend Summit attendees stay in one of the following accommodation options. Transport will be available from the below accommodation, to and from the Summit daily.
Hampton Inn & Suites Mishawaka
Address: 7347 Heritage Square Drive, Granger, Indiana, 46530, USA
Candlewood Suites Mishawaka
Address: 1220 E Douglas Road, Mishawaka, Indiana, 46545, USA
Home2 Suites by Hilton Mishawaka South Bend
Address: 211 East Day Road, Mishawaka, Indiana, 46545, USA
There is no train from Chicago's airports directly to South Bend, but you can take the Rapid Transit from O'Hare airport to downtown Chicago, then connect to the South Shore Line which comes to SB airport (about 3 hours). You would then take a cab to campus for about $14 (10-15min taxi ride).
At O'Hare airport, follow signs for "Trains to the city", and take the Blue Line (the only line at the airport) to downtown. Tickets are purchased from machines at the station entrance. Once in downtown Chicago, get off at the Washington station and follow signs to "Randolph/Washington". The South Shore Line's station is on Randolph St. Directions and schedules are at the South Shore website: http://www.mysouthshoreline.com/. (Click "Directions in Chicago".) You buy a ticket at the station or on the train. The South Shore Line trains are relatively infrequent on weekends (several hours or more between trains) but while you wait you will be in quite a nice part of downtown Chicago.
The university is about 2 hours (by car) from O'Hare airport, less from Midway. From O'Hare Airport: Take Route 190 east out of O'Hare to Route 90 east (Kennedy Expressway) toward downtown Chicago where it merges with Route 94 south (Dan Ryan Expressway). Take the Skyway exit off the Dan Ryan and remain on Route 90 to the Indiana Toll Road which eventually merges with Route 80. Get off at Exit 77 (South Bend/Notre Dame).
There is a limousine run by Coach USA (formerly United Limo) which runs from the Chicago airports (serves Midway and O'Hare) to Notre Dame. It will drop you off right at campus. It is about a three hour trip (90 Miles). More info available here.
University of Notre Dame
South Bend, Indiana 46556, USA
Master of High Performance Sport at Australian Catholic University (ACU)
If you are applying for ACU's Master of High Performance Sport (MHPS) or are a student already enrolled in the program, please note that the MHPS intensive program at the University of Notre Dame (USA) runs from June 22-25, 2018. The Human Performance Summit above is included as part of this MHPS intensive program.
Semester 1 2019 applications for ACU's Master of High Performance Sport will open August 2018. For more information, email the high performance sport course coordinator, Dr Richard Johnston: Richard.Johnston@acu.edu.au.