February 27, 2017 - 7:00 pm
Jeff Bond OAM
One of Australia’s leading sport psychologists, Jeff Bond OAM, will present his thoughts and techniques on improving sports performance at a special presentation at Scotch Oakburn College’s Horton Auditorium on Monday 27 February at 7.00pm.
The session will provide an ideal insight into the psychological principles underlying peak performance for athletes and coaches.
Jeff has an extensive and varied high performance and learning and development background.
After 15 years in secondary teaching and university lecturing, Jeff served as Head of Sport Psychology at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra for 22 years and has spent more than a decade in private consulting.
Among Jeff’s many career highlights are attending nine summer and winter Olympic Games (he worked predominantly with swimmers, equestrians, rowers and all winter sports), and multiple World Championships and Commonwealth Games.
He has worked for several professional football teams – Newcastle Knights, Sydney Swans, St Kilda and Richmond – and numerous individual professional athletes, including Pat Cash during his successful 1987 Wimbledon Championship. Jeff is a regular sport psychology media commentator for print, television and radio.
The presentation will be held in the Horton Auditorium at Scotch Oakburn College Penquite Campus at 7.00pm. The event is free-of-charge and open to the wider Launceston community.