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Businessplan Olympisch programma dames VII rugby 2010-2011

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Businessplan Olympisch programma dames VII rugby 2010-2011

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The Dutch Rugby Union has got an Olympic ambition to achieve a medal at the Olympics of 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. In order to realize this goal the Dutch Union has to make sure that this ambition is not only shared with its members, but also that the results of the Dutch Women’s Sevens team are high enough. To fully compete with other European top countries the Dutch Rugby Union is setting up a fulltime talent- and top sport program in 2010-2011. In order for growth the program is split into 3 phases. The first phase runs from 2010 till September 2011 and is called the transition phase. In this phase the transition from a amateur to a full time trainings program has been made. The focus in this phase is at the European Championships 2011 where they can achieve the Olympic A-status. Next to the qualification the first phase also have a identification of talented athletes from other sporting codes. The next phase to the Olympic ambition is from 2011-2013. In this phase the team is focusing on the development to the World Championships in 2013. The last phase is the phase to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In this last phase the players are focusing on the qualification for the Olympics. This fulltime talent- and top sport program will be set up in collaboration with the Center for Top-sports and Education Amsterdam (CTO) and NOC*NSF. In addition to these collaborations, there is also an appointed full time coach. This coach is responsible for the training programs, development and results of the team. In this process he will be assisted by a staff of experienced people from in- and outside the rugby world. This paper will describe the process of the transition phase. The first part of this paper will focus on the NRB as a organization and then the study will focus on the Olympic Women’s Sevens program. The results of this program are describing the optimal organization of the Olympic program. The Dutch Union have not managed all parts in the transition phase on the most effective way. But in general it can be concluded that the project team women’s Sevens have worked very effective. They have implemented choices rapidly in reasonable manner. In particular, the development speed of the entire program is admirable. Based on the recommendations that are given in in the end of this paper, there is no doubt that the continuation of the program will be a growing success.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
InstituutBewegen, Sport en Voeding
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Jaar2011
TypeBachelorscriptie
TaalNederlands

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