For the past 6 years Professor Andrew Parker from the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire (UoG) has been researching and training students in sports chaplaincy from all around the globe. He recently launched the latest MA sports chaplaincy program out of Cardiff University.
In a recent article former Australian team hockey player Ashleigh Nelson contemplates ‘How to’ transition to a second career to become more than an athlete.
Former English professional footballer and Sunderland goalkeeper David Preece recently reflected on the value of having somebody around the club who he could be dead honest with.
La Trobe University and the AFL Players’ Association hosted an intimate breakfast symposium to create dialogue on the important issue of elite athlete welfare.
You’ve probably heard of the role trainers, physios, development managers and even sport psychologists play within AFL clubs, but what about the role of a club chaplain? It’s one of…
Aussie Baseball Chaplain John Roebig takes a good look at the disappointments in sport and the impacts on athletes. When the Cheering Stops PDF – 35kb