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Report
Athlete
Development
Model
Biathlon Canada
Presented by Alan Ball, Ch.P.C.
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Biathlon Canada LTADM
Previous edition (published 2000) – Methodology:
•Task 16 – NCI Victoria (Roger Archambault)
•Converted into a new LTADM for Biathlon Canada as Task 13
•Data collected from 6 leading biathlon nations over 6 months
•Norway, Germany, France, Finland, Austria, Czech Rep
•Data collected from Training center programs 1993-1998
•Most significant difference “Implementation”
•Need for systematic review addressed in 2005 by an
Athlete Development Committee
•Included all National coaches
•Sports Physiologist, Psychologist and Biomechanist
•Cross Nation Validation (16 coaches from 8 Divisions) 3-day
review via Sport Specific Task #16
•NCCP Best Practices
•Final Draft Completed in May 2006.
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Long-Term Athlete Development
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Biathlon Canada LTADM
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Volume 1 - Promotion of sport and
development for the well-being of
Canadians
– LTADM Sport Science
– Specific development context for Biathlon (physical,
psychological, technical)
– Implementing community sport
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Biathlon Canada LTADM
Volume 2 - Podium Planning for Performance in
Biathlon
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–Periodization principles and loads – 12 years development process
–Technical development timeline and standards
–Psychological development timelines and recommendations
–Clubs Models versus Training Centre models
–Monitoring and evaluations
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Four Year Plan for a Group of Biathletes,
Aged 13 - 17
• Divide into groups of 3 – 4,
• Sit with someone you don’t know,
• What are the main guidelines and considerations for the plan?
• Organize your discussion around these categories:
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 Physical
 Technical
 Psychological
 Tactical
One person per group will report back in 20 min:
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LTAD Model: Vol. 1, The Model
Developmental Stages
Windows of Opportunity
Training Effects
Competition and Selection
Biathlon Skills vs. Development
•Windows of Opportunity vs. Development Stage
•Physiological Ability vs. Development Stage
•Shooting Skills vs. Development Stage
•Skiing Skills vs. Development Stage
•Mental Skills vs. Development Stage
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LTAD Model Phases
Mid Childhood: FUNdamentals
Late Childhood: Learning to Train
Early/Mid Puberty: Training to Train
Late Puberty/YA: Training to Compete
Adult: Training to Win
Post Competitive:Active Living
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LTAD Chronology
Peak Height Velocity (PHV) – Pubertal Marker
•PHV = Year 1 of Train To Train
•PHV = Individual schedule
•PHV = Serious endurance training
•PHV = Same trainable characteristics
•PHV = Earlier for females
Boys
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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Coordination/agility*
Rapidness/motor reaction
PPeak
eak H
Height
eight Velocity
Velocity -- E
Early,
arly, Average
Average and
and L
Late
ate M
M aturers
aturers
FFem
emales
ales
Extensive aerobic endurance
General strength endurance
Speed of locomotions
Rapid strength [small resistance]
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Intensive aerobic endurance
Special strength endurance
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Maximal Strength
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Girls
6
Coordination/agility
Rapidness/motor reaction
4
Extensive aerobic endurance
General strength endurance
2
Speed of locomotions
Rapid strength [small resistance]
Intensive aerobic endurance
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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Special strength endurance
Maximal Strength
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BIATHLON CANADA
EQUIVALENCIES
Late
childhood
Puberty
Young Adult
Adult
PHV age
Before PHV
PHV1 – PHV4
PHV5 plus
PHV10 plus
Birth Age
8 – 14
13 –16
17 – 21
22 -32
-2 to +1
2-5
6 - 10
11 - 20
FUNdamentals
Learn To Train
Train to Train
Train To
Compete
Train To Win
Biathlon Bears
Club, Division,
and TC Talent
ID
Provincial and
TC Jr. National
National TC
Training Age
Canadian
LTAD
Program
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PHV and Windows of Athletic Opportunity
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Windows of Physiological Opportunity
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Genetics vs. Training Effect
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