Tokyo 2020 are around the corner and thousands of athletes are travelling from around the world to Japan for the Olympic Games. After almost five years of hard training and preparation athletes are close to the moment they dreamt for a long time. The last days ahead the start of the competition are really important to find the best mental and physical shape and coaches know this very well.
Weather conditions and lack of spectators on the stands can influence athlete performances at the upcoming Olympic Games?
Topics like weather conditions, training venues and lack of spectators on the stands can influence the athlete performances, but also reveal some unexpected benefit. Coaches play a key role to find out the best conditions for their athletes and get them ready for the upcoming competition.
- 15TH JULY - 15:00 CEST
SWIMMING: Marcel Wounda (NED), Head Coach at Royal Dutch Swimming Federation and Fred Vergnaux (ESP) ,Head Coach of the Spanish National Team
- 16TH JULY - 15:00 CEST
DIVING: Aaron Dziver (CAN), National Team Coach at Diving Plongeon Canada and Andrew Johansen (USA) ,Head Coach of USA Diving Olympic team
- 17TH JULY - 15:00 CEST
OPEN WATER: Stéphane Lecat (FRA), Director of the French Swimming Federation National Team for the Open Water Program and Fernando Possenti (BRA), Head Coach of the Brazilian Olympic Open Water Team
- 18TH JULY - 15:00 CEST
WATER POLO: Elvis Fatovic (CRO), Head Coach of the Australia Water Polo Men's National Team and Adam Krikorian (USA), Head Coach of the USA Water Polo Women's National Team
- 19TH JULY - 15:00 CEST
ARTISTIC SWIMMING: FUJIKI Mayuko (JPN), Head Coach of the Spanish National Artistic Swimming Team and ANDREA FUENTES (ESP), Head Coach at USA Artistic Swimming Elite Team