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14 / 10 / 2011
although Saturday practical workshops are now closed, you can still sign up for a variety of high quality interactive seminars on both Saturday and Sunday as well as a selection of practical workshops on Sunday 30 October.

Saturday practical workshops may be full, however you can still be a part of the 2011 edition of IFAC. There is still one week left before registration closes for the conference and there are still a number of interactive seminars throughout Saturday and Sunday of IFAC which are still open for registration. In addition, a number of practical workshops and coaching clinics are still available to sign up on Sunday 30 October.

The choice of interactive seminars include, Dr. Penny Werthner renowned sports psychologist who will be sharing her tip on "managing anxiety on a competitive stage" especially ahead of London 2012 and Glasgow 2014. There will also be interactive seminars from Toni Minichiello (coach to Jessica Ennis to 2008 World Heptathlon Champion), Jimmy Beauttah (coach to Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games medallists), Prof. Frank Dick (former coach to sporting legends Daley Thomson and Boris Becker) Terseus Liebenberg (Javelin coach to Daegu World Bronze medallist Sunette Viljoen and Dr. Elio Locatelli (IAAF Director of Development Services and top authority on sprints and long jump).

On Sunday 30 October there will also be a number of additional practical workshop including Vern Gambetta, the founding father of functional sports training, who will present a 90minute practical workshop on "remedial movements for injury prevention & performance enhancement". Kelvin Giles has teamed up with the Scottish Schools' Athletic Association to present the "foundations for a developing athlete: a school's perspectives," this is in addition to the pole vault clinic jointly hosted by vaulting gurus Vincenzo Canali and Steve Rippon as well as the javelin clinic with Terseus Liebenberg.

You can sign up to IFAC until Friday 22 October 2011 by visiting ifacscotland.co.uk/book-your-place or by contact