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South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee Tubby Reddy, CEO Ezera Tshabangu, Gen. Man HPD
SASCOC Mandate National Sport and Recreation Act, 1998 (Act No. 110 of 1998, as amended) • • Promote and develop high performance sport Act as a controlling body for the preparation and delivery of Team South Africa to multi-coded international games, including but not limited to Olympics, Paralympics, World Games, Commonwealth Games, All Africa Games.
Pre London Games • Focus on the 2009 – 2012 quadrennial was: – SASCOC Structure – Opening up Communication – Co-ordination of all resources – Athlete identification and preparation
Pre -London Games • Key Milestones Achieved – Financial support for elite athletes 3 years prior to the next Olympics and Paralympics (additional funds required). – Co-ordinated with the identified NF’s 3. 5 years in advance in preparation for Olympic/ Paralympic Games. – Secured, 3 years in advance Pre-Games Training Camp venues for 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. – Appointed Chefs de Missions for all the Games till 2012.
Pre -London Games • Key Milestones Achieved – Launched the South African Coaching Framework – Obtained Lead Partner Status with the International Council for Coaching Excellence – Introduced the sport-specific Long Term Participant Development Models
London 2012 Games • Final Team Size – Olympics • • 125 athletes 46 Coaches/Managers 9 General Team Management 12 Medical Team • 17 sports codes
London 2012 Games • • • Final Team Size – Paralympics 62 athletes 29 Coaches/Managers 6 General Team Management 10 Medical Team 7 sports codes
Performances at the London 2012 Games – Olympics Medal return • 6 medals • These Games were the most successful for the Olympic Team since readmission to international sport in 1992. • RSA ranked 23 rd on the medal table with 3 Gold medals, number 1 in Africa.
Performances at the London 2012 Games – Paralympics • Only 3 sports (athletics, cycling, swimming) brought back medals • 19 athletes won the 29 medals • 12 athletes finished in the top 8; 3 World Records; 2 Paralympic Records • The team finished 17 th on the medal table.
Road to Rio 2016 • IOC/IFs, and NOC Qualification Standards • • General Selection & Eligibility Criteria Analysis of IF sport-specific selection policies Meetings with NFs Finalising of Sport-Specific Selection Policies “Negotiation/Appeals” Period Board Ratification Signing Publication of selection policy on SASCOC Website
SASCOC Mandate as contained in the NSRP: • Talent Identification and development • Athletes and Coaches Support Programmes • Recognition system (national colours) • Academy system • Team Preparation and Delivery • Geopolitical boundaries • Coaches Development • Clubs • Sports Confederations • Setting up of Athletes, Coaches, Technical Officials and Administrators Commissions
Partnerships • SASCOC signed an agreement with Gemona del Friuli, Italy in 26 November 2013. • This was coupled with a short training camp for 5 sports: athletics, boxing, canoeing, judo, swimming • The following athletes attended the camp and signing ceremony:
Anaso Jobodwana Tebogo Mokgalagadi Hezekiel Sepeng Ayabonga Sonjica Siphiwe Lusizi Johan Prinsloo Bridgitte Hartley Nandor Almasi Myles Brown Graham Hill Tatum Tarpey Lahesta Kemp Siyabulela Mabulu Chris Cousins Vincent Redpath Dr Kevin Subban Mr Given Baloyi Athletes and Coaches Athletics Para – Athletics Coach/Development Officer Boxing Coach Canoeing Coach Swimming Head Coach Swimming Judo Head Coach Medical Support Team Chief Medical Officer Physiotherapist
Gemona Agreement Main agreement include exchange programmes on the following: • Training bases/ training camps • Athlete Support • Coaches Support • Medical and scientific support
National Training Centre • The NFs will access the Centre’s training facilities at no cost • The NFs will receive scientific and medical support services from qualified and experienced support staff • The support staff will work closely with the NFs’ technical and coaching teams to develop and enhance the performance of athletes • The Centre will function under the guidance of the High Performance Advisory Committee
Network of Partners • SASCOC will continue working/ forge new alliances with the following partners: – – – SANDF Universities FETs Academies Schools
Operation Excellence • OPEX commenced in June 2009 in the previous quadrennial; • 93 athletes supported through OPEX between June 2009 – Aug 2012; • 47 athletes supported between Oct 2012 – March 2013, with only 15 being new on the programme; • Of the 51 Olympic athletes supported, 24 did not qualify; • Of the 24 that did not qualify, 6 retired and 3 were ruled out due to injury; • 52% qualified for the Olympic Games;
Eligibility The athlete shall, over and above the below stipulated tiered criteria: • Be a South African Citizen, with a valid RSA passport; • Be a registered member of a recognized club affiliated to a National Federation, recognized and affiliated to SASCOC; • Be eligible for qualification for Rio 2016 in line with IF rules; • Observe the SASCOC’s Articles of Association and Policies; • Enter into an OPEX Agreement with SASCOC and his/her National Federation which will govern his/her participation in the support programme; • Observe and abide by the Rules and Regulations of his/her National Federation, and International Federation, including participation at the National Federation’s National Championships.
Support Services The support services offered to athletes through the programme: • Living expenses • Medical aid • Transport for training sessions • Access to training facilities • International camps and competitions • Local camps and competitions • Coaching Fees • Scientific and medical support services • Technological services • Sport specific Equipment
Operation Excellence Olympics • 6 medals (23 rd position – 204 countries) 50% from target • All 6 medals won by athletes on OPEX programme (100% OPEX) Paralympics • 29 medals (18 th position – 164 countries) • 28 medals won by athletes on OPEX (97% OPEX) • Various athletes on OPEX did well in 2013
Operation Excellence (Coaches Support) • Coaches monthly fees • Contract with Swim SA and Rowing SA for Head Coaches • Coaches travel with athletes to training camps and competitions • Support to attend Technical Courses for Coaches – through Olympic Solidarity
Capacity Developer Programme • Busy with: – – Recognition of Prior Learning Capacity Developer Programme Long Term Participant Development Long Term Coaches Development • Provincial Coaching Commissions in place in all 9 provinces
Current Bursary Recipients • • • Mr Katlego Sotsaka Mr Akani Simbine Ms Maite Makola Ms Kristen Matthews Ms Suzaan Broodryk Mr Jacque Joubert Ms Justine Palframan Ms Nthabiseng Matshaba Mr Johannes Lodewicus Pretorius Mr Landelani Welani Ngubane Rowing Athletics Football Fencing Athletics Football Athletics Basketball
Key Games delivery for 2014 • Commonwealth Games – Qualification Top 5 in the Commonwealth, individual and Team – Queens Baton Relay • 10 – 13 February 2014 – Team Contingent – 253 – 17 sporting codes – Objective – retain top 5 position in the CG
Key Games delivery for 2014 • 2 nd African Youth Games – – – 22 to 31 May 2014, Gaborone, Botswana 21 sporting codes RSA Team Contingent – 192 14 to 18 year olds RSA won 93 medals and was second overall out of 51 African countries
Key Games delivery for 2014 • 2 nd Youth Olympic Games – 16 to 28 August 2014, Nanjing, China – 28 sporting codes – 14 to 18 year olds – 4 NFs indicated non participation (archery, basketball, rugby, volleyball) – 80 possible team contingent – Young Ambassadors Programme – Reabetswe Mpete
Key Games delivery for 2014 • African Union Sport Council, Region 5 U/20 Games, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe – 05 – 14 December 2014 – 8 sporting codes – 304 possible team contingent – Objective – retain first position in the region
Communication Strategies • Website • Social media • Quarterly Magazine • Road shows • Press Conferences • Presentations