Development KPI for 2009 � 2013 Cycle by NoFEi7

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									    Grassroots                                      ETP                              World Class




                                                           MODERN PENTATHLON
                                         ENGLISH TALENT POOL ENTRY LEVEL PHYSICAL STANDARDS
                                              (Model based on using 2011 National Triathlon Results)

This Performance Model is an outcome of competition results analysis from the 2011 Pentathlon GB National Triathlon. The ultimate goal of the English
Talent Pool Programme is to develop athletes who have realistic possibility to achieve the performance standards listed in the tables for Youth B Athlete boys
and girls. Achieving the Youth B performance standards the ETP Athletes will become eligible to attend the Pentathlon GB Talent Identification Series of
residential camps with maximum opportunity of transferring to the World Class Talent Programme.

The physical disciplines entry standards are twofold and give the athletes maximum opportunity to engage with the English Talent Pool, these are detailed
in Tables 1 and 2, page 2.




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       IMPORTANT

      The Swim and Run times have been applied based on the 12th placed athlete in the 11 -12 years and 13 – 14 years age groups, both genders at the
       2011 PGB National Triathlon.
      Athletes in the 11 -12 years and 13 – 14 years age groups must achieve a minimum of one of the physical entry standard to be considered for the
       English Talent Pool.
      Proficiency in the fencing, shooting and riding should be used as additional consideration factor but not as a measured criteria
      The standards in the swimming have been set for the 25m swimming pool
      The standards for the running have been set using the 400m artificial surfaced running track



Table 1   English Talent Pool CS for Boys

Age                           Swim           Swim            or             Run                    Run
                              50m            100m                           1000m                  1500m

11 – 12 years                 33.00 (38.00) -                               3.34.00 (4.00.00)              -
13 – 14 years                 -             1.09.00 (1.18.00)                      -                       5.05.00 (5.45.00)

The consideration times in (red) are the minimum standard to be achieved if meeting the actual in the other physical discipline


Table 2   English Talent Pool CS for Girls

Age                           Swim           Swim            or             Run                    Run
                              50m            100m                           1000m                  1500m

11 – 12 years                 35.00 (40.00) -                               3.45.00 (4.15.00)              -
13 – 14 years                 -             1.09.00 (1.18.00)                      -                       5.34.00 (6.00.00)


The consideration times in (red) are the minimum standard to be achieved if meeting the actual in the other physical discipline




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   ENGLISH TALENT POOL PATHWAY THROUGH TO WORLD CLASS PROGRAMME

                  OBJECTIVE                                        INDICATORS                                               NOTES

Grass Roots Athletes:                           1. Training Sessions planned and publicised.        Regional Development Officer to recruit from
                                                                                                    schools, individual discipline clubs and Pony Club
To recruit grass roots athletes into regional   2. Grass root athletes show progression through     clubs to establish consistent cohort of grass root
training centres from schools, individual       commitment to regular training, developing skills   athletes.
discipline clubs and Pony Club to attend for    and working towards the English Talent Pool
training at the Regional Centre on regular      standards.                                          Provision of a developing training programme.
basis.
                                                                                                    Enter grass roots athletes into competitions they are
Able to access coached sessions and receive                                                         eligible for:
advice through the RDO in preparation for
grass root athletes to transfer/be selected                                                         1.   National Biathlon
through established process to the English                                                          2.   National Triathlon
Talent Pool.                                                                                        3.   Schools Biathlon Final
                                                                                                    4.   Etc



            Transfer/be selected through established process to the English Talent Pool




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English Talent Pool Athletes:                    1. Coached training sessions planned and publicised.   Categories to finish in top 6 at National Triathlon:

Attend for regular training at Regional Centre   2. WCP Coach in attendance once monthly as             Youth B boys and girls
as a formed and recognised squad.                scheduled.                                             2nd Year Yth C boys and girls (top 3 only)

Able to access WCP Coaching on monthly           3. All English Talent Pool athletes will carryout      Athletes attending TID Camps but not then gaining
basis and receive advice in preparations for     prescribed performance tests and percentage            selection for the WCTP will be returned back to
transfer to WCTP / be selected through           improvement will be recorded - monitored.              Regional Centres with further advice and
established process for WCTP.                                                                           development plan.
                                                 4. Transfer to WCTP dependant of number/places
                                                 available.                                             English Talent Pool athletes once selected for the
                                                                                                        WCTP will attend a “WCTP Training Camp” as
                                                 5. The aim of the English Talent Pool training         introduction to the WCP Programme.
                                                 development programme is to produce 1st/2nd
                                                 Year Youth B athletes to meet the WCP Entry
                                                 Consideration Standards, Table 3, page 4.




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Table 3


World Class Talent Programme Entry Level Consideration Standards 15 – 16 years (Youth B Boys)

 CATEGORY                SWIMMING            COMBINE            TOTAL
                                              EVENT
 YOUTH B                 2:14.0/1192         8:55/2260            3452

Additional Entry Level Consideration Standards 15 – 16 years (youth B Boys)

 CATEGORY                SHOOT               RUNNING           FENCING        SWIM/RUN
                        PRECISION
 YOUTH B                   82                6:30/1040             0             2232

WCTP Entry Level Consideration Standards 15 – 16 years (Youth B Girls)

 CATEGORY                SWIMMING            COMBINE            TOTAL
                                              EVENT
 YOUTH B                 2:21.0/1108         9:40/2080            3188

WCTP Additional Entry Level Consideration Standards 15 – 16 years (Youth B Girls)

 CATEGORY                SHOOT               RUNNING           FENCING        SWIM/RUN
                        PRECISION
 YOUTH B                   82                7:28/1048            740            2156



   The Performance Team (WCTP Coach) will provide the recording and statistical support to manage the agreed physical tests for performance monitoring
   purposes.




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TECHNICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Project of Shooting Preparation – Stage No 1 – Athletes with No or Little Shooting Experience

Objective                                                   Methods                     Hours   Measurable milestones
Safety regulations – shooter’s responsibilities             Exposition - exhibit        2-4     Thorough understanding of safety
Air Pistol: components & maintenance                                                            regulations and responsibilities of shooter
Shooting Range commands                                                                         Good knowledge of Air Pistol functioning
                                                                                                and maintenance.
                                                                                                Familiarisation with basic commands
                                                                                                used at the Shooting Ranges
Elementary shooting skills:                                 Exposition – exhibit        8-10    Balanced shooting position against the
Shooting position                                           One to one training                 centre of the target. Correct grip of the
Grip of the pistol                                          Dry shooting practise               pistol-barrel lined-up with the forearm.
principles of accurate aiming                                                                   Understanding of the eye-visor-fore sight-
                                                                                                target principle
Shooting skills continuation:                               Exposition – exhibit        18-22   Basic understanding of the relation
    trigger control                                        One to one training                 between proper trigger control and
    aiming on the target                                   Dry – Live shooting                 accuracy of shooting. Ability to identify
    principle of follow through                            practise                            aiming zone and practical application of
                                                            Live shooting – blank               follow through.
                                                            target
Set-up of the shots:                                        Exposition – exhibit        18-22   Practical ability to set-up individual shot in
Positioning                                                 Group training Individual           good rhythm. Understanding and
    elevation of the pistol                                objectives – feedback               performing of verbal feedback.
    descent to the target                                                                      Application of optimum breathing pattern.
    breathing

Timing – flow – competition format                          Exposition – exhibit        18-22   Performing individual and series of shots
                                                            One to one training                 in adequate timing. Developing skill to
                                                            Group training –                    cope with 20 sec competition format
                                                            individual objectives

Note: The recommended output of training for this development stage is between 64 – 80 hours.



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Project of Shooting Preparation – Stage No 2 – Athletes that are competent with Stage No 1 Skills

Objective                                             Methods                  Hours        Measurable milestones

Trigger control:                                      Dry shooting practise    18-25        Evaluation of the training targets based on
     index finger position                           Live shooting practise                the grouping. Analysis of the trigger squeeze
     first stage take-up                                                                   and execution.
     management of pressure distribution

Improvement of the shooting dynamic stereotype:       Live shooting practise   18-25        Targets’ analysis – scoring, timing evaluation.
    minimise dispersion of shots – grouping          Individual & group                    Calling shots drills supervised by coaches.
    stabilise optimum timing                         sessions
    develop ability to call shots

Competition format:                                   Testing training         25-30        Performing correct preparation, warm-up
   development of tailored warm-up procedure         matches                               procedures and competitions. Improving
   adaptation to competition conditions              Entry level                           training testing scores, concentration-
   concentration-relaxation management               competitions                          relaxation management. Ability to deliver
                                                      Training sessions                     effective feedback.
                                                      under pressure

Note: The recommended output of training for this development stage is between 61 – 80 hours.




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Project of Fencing Preparation – Stage No 1 – Athletes with No or Little Fencing Experience


Objective                                             Methods                    Hours          Measurable milestones
Elementary movements in fencing:                      Exposition – exhibit       10-12          Performing individually elementary
    guard posture                                    Individual & group                        fencing movements. Application of
    step – step back                                 training                                  optimum balance and extension of
    changes of direction                                                                       movements
Continuation:                                                                    10-12
Lunge
    step – lunge
    step back – lunge
Fleche                                                                           10-12
    step – fleche
    step back – fleche
Transitions:                                                                     18-20          Ability to perform fencing movements
    step – lunge – fleche                                                                      with relaxed shoulders in correct
    step back – lunge – fleche                                                                 posture and in good tempo.
    step back – step – lunge
    step back – step – fleche
    change of directions

Note: The recommended output of training for this development stage is between 48 – 56 hours.

Model training unit:   20min       General fencing development  improve dexterity, readiness and velocity (reaction -motion)
                       20-30min    Specific fencing development  fencing movements
                       10min       Stretching  compensatory exercises




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Project of Fencing Preparation – Stage No 2 – Athletes that are competent with Stage No 1 Skills

Objective                                                         Methods                   Hours         Measurable milestones
Familiarisation with epee:                                        Exposition – exhibit      3-4           Correct forearm position with elbow
     index finger – thumb function                               Individual & group                      in fingers operating the point.
     forearm - elbow position                                    training
     point direction
Basic moves with epee : Hit / Disengage                           Fencing lesson with       16-18         Performing basic moves in the
     direct hit – body, arm                                      coach                                   fencing lesson supervised by coach.
     feint – disengage – hit                                     Individual pad practise
     feint – double disengage – hit
     feint – one/two disengage – hit
Parries:                                                                                    16-18         Performing parries in the fencing
     sixth – double sixth                                                                                lesson supervised by coach.
     octave – double octave
     quart – double quart
     circle, prima
Technical & Tactical Development - Attack:                        Fencing lesson with       25-30         Performing various attacks in the
Par exercises step feintdisengage lunge/fleche                  coach                                   fencing lesson supervised by coach.
     step feintoppositionlounge/flesh
     step backstep feintdisengagelunge/ fleche
     step backstep feint disengage lunge/ fleche
Defence:                                                                                    25-30         Performing effective defence in the
     stop hitstep back                                                                                  fencing lesson supervised by coach.
     step(s) backstop hit
     step backparry riposte
     step backstop hitparry riposte
     step into the opponents’ preparation
Introduction to Free Play                                         Free play group           25           Ability to take part in the free play
                                                                  training                                training at appropriate performance
                                                                                                          level.

Model training unit:   20 - 30min    General warm-up  stretching, development drills (velocity, dynamic strength, flexibility)
                       20 - 30min    Footwork (fencing movements) and 20 - 30min fencing lesson

Note: The recommended output of training for this stage is between 110 – 125 hours. Free play training is not time limited.
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Project of Riding Preparation – Stage no 1

Objective                                                   Methods                      Hours       Measurable milestones
Principles of riding – safety (theory)                      Exposition – exhibit,        12          Thorough understanding of
Horse anatomy – equipment (theory)                          Grooming assistance                      safety regulations and
Horse treatment                                             during competitions                      potential dangers involved in
                                                            supervised work in stables               working with horses. Good
                                                                                                     knowledge of the horse
                                                                                                     anatomy and principles of
                                                                                                     horse treatment
Elementary riding skills:                                   Exposition,– exhibit         16          Principle of rider’s position and
Position/balance                                            practise with saddle                     body weight function in
                                                                                                     conjunction with the horse
                                                                                                     movement.. Identification of
                                                                                                     the centre of gravity of the
                                                                                                     horse.
Mechanics: walk, trot, canter                               Training on the lunge        16          Identification and
                                                                                                     differentiation between basic
                                                                                                     mechanics.
                                                                                                     Correct position of trunk and
                                                                                                     legs in variable conditions.
Control of the horse using basic natural aids: seat, legs, Training on the lunge         16          Understanding of the
hands                                                                                                elementary rider’s aids and
                                                                                                     their prioritisation. Principle of
                                                                                                     action – reaction when
                                                                                                     applying natural aids.
Transitions: walk – stop – walk                             Training on the lunge        15-20       Practical understanding of
walk – trot / trot – walk                                   Group training                           application of the natural aids.
trot – canter / canter – trot                                                                        Adopt ability to direct smooth
walk – canter / canter – walk                                                                        transitions without focus on the
stop – canter – stop                                                                                 horse direction.



Note: The recommended output between 75 – 100 hours of training for this stage of preparation may vary.


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Project of Riding Preparation – Stage no 2

Objective                                                       Methods                   Hours   Measurable milestones

Using of reins                                                  Exhibit – exposition      3-4     Correct holding of reins–positioning of
Passive leading of the horse                                    Riding in line                    thumbs and elbows. Understanding the
Transition to walk                                              Using aids                        safe distance. Co-ordination of aids in
                                                                                                  transition to walk.
Stretching and collection of the horse                          Exhibit – exposition      6-8     Understanding of the principle of the
Applying of aids to stretch and collect the horse               Practise riding in line           stretched / collected horse. Application of
Simultaneous using of reins                                                                       correct aids. Co-ordination of the reins,
Separate using of the left / right reins                                                          hands, legs and body. Understanding the
                                                                                                  effect of the rein.
Transition from walk to stop                                    Exhibit – exposition      2-4     Understanding of commonly used
Riding in circle – walk                                         Individual practice               commands Application of correct aids for
Riding in walk – changing of direction                                                            riding in the circle.
Transitions: stop – walk – trot                                 Exposition                10      Application of correct aids.
Stretch and collect the horse in trot                           Individual practice               Correct aids on command.
Simultaneous using of reins in trot                             Exhibit – exposition –    4       Shoulders position inside the circle-head is
Riding in circle, changing directions in trot                   practice                          leading. Application of correct aids. Low
                                                                                                  heels, knee position, shoulders back and
                                                                                                  relaxed.
Transition from trot to canter                                                                    Improving of correct aids. Balanced
Rider’s basic position in canter                                                                  position, steady contact with the horse
Stretch and collect the horse in canter                                                           during transitions.
Developing aids in canter: corners, circles, changes in tempo   Individual riding         12-16   Using legs to bend the horse. Automatic
Rider’s seat in canter                                          practices on command              rotation of shoulders. Upright upper body
Transition from stop to canter / from canter to stop            Hunting/jumping seat              position. Hands relaxed and steady
                                                                                                  position. Improving overall -control and co-
                                                                                                  ordination.
Basics of dressage: mandatory transitions                       Exhibit – practice        12-16   Satisfactory performance of the Dressage
lengthening / shortening of the stride,                         Combine group –                   Test
circles management, leg changes                                 individual riding
Cross country riding: balance management, horse in the field    training in the field     4-6     Ability to safely manage the horse in open
conditions, gallop                                                                                field conditions. Effective balance
                                                                                                  management under variable circumstances

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Note: The recommended training output for the Stage no 2 is around 60 – 75 hours. Training set up, access to coaching, frequency of training
sessions and individual riding ability may increase or reduce the volume of work needed to meet outlined parameters. The Programme Manager
in collaboration with the WCPP Team can assess measurable milestones at agreed time.

Total Riding training output for the ETP estimated between 135 – 175 hours.




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