Wharton’s Neil Tunnicliffe has been commissioned to conduct a quadrennial review of the Great Britain hockey programme which culminated in the GBR women’s team winning a bronze medal and the men’s team finishing fourth in the London 2012 Olympic Games. The review, which is required by the agreement which binds together the home nations under the GBR flag, features an amount of desk research, interviews and focus groups with athletes and staff members, and will result in recommendations to the Great Britain Hockey Board of Directors which will help shape the GBR programme over the next 4-8 years. For Neil, this is a return to working with Olympic hockey after eight years, since his review after the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in partnership with Performance1 Ltd’s Jonathan Males was a significant factor in the development of the current programme.

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