2019 U.S. Olympic Committee High Performance Strength and Conditioning Symposium


*The speaker lineup and presentation schedule is subject to change

  • Matt Delancey – Assistant Director of S&C | University of Florida
  • Dawn Scott – High Performance Coach | US Soccer WNT
  • Alex Wolf – Head of Learning | English Institute of Sport
  • Darren Burgess PhD – High Performance Director | Arsenal Football Club
  • Teena Murray – Senior Director of Athlete Health and Performance | Sacramento Kings
  • Julian Jones – Performance Services Manager | Australian Institute of Sport 
  • Nicholas Gill PhD – Head of Strength and Conditioning | New Zealand All Blacks
  • Adam Krikorian – Head Coach - Women’s Team  | USA Waterpolo
  • Clive Brewer – Assistant Director of High Performance & Head of Sport Science | Toronto Blue Jays
  • Nicholas Pearce PhD – Associate Professor Management & Leadership | Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
  • Richard Louman – Manager of Strength and Conditioning | Netherlands Olympic Committee
  • Chris Clements – Mentor Coach Contractor | United States Olympic Committee
  • Keenan Robinson – High Performance Director | USA Swimming
  • Phil Moreland – Head of Strength and Conditioning | New South Wales Institute of Sport
  • Pete Naschak – President/CEO | Performance Activation Inc.
  • Tim Pelot – USOC | Sr. Strength and Conditioning Coach
  • Chris Snyder – USOC | Director of Coaching Education
  • John Crawley – USOC | High Performance Director
  • Peter Haberl EdD – USOC | Sr. Sport Psychologist

Event-related questions can be addressed by emailing CoachingEducation@usoc.org


Come join us and build your knowledge, your perspective, and your professional network at this unique learning and sharing opportunity.

  • This three-day event is a combination of presentation-style lectures paired with highly interactive breakout group discussions.
  • This event caters to the experienced strength and conditioning practitioner
  • In order to foster an environment for rich content and conversation participation is limited to 100 attendees.
  • Interested attendees must submit an application to be reviewed by a committee prior to participation for the event. Each application will be reviewed by a committee. Approval criteria for this event is based upon role, responsibilities, and experience.
  • All attendees must stay onsite at the Olympic Training Center 
  • The use of social media will not be permitted during symposium sessions. All content shared during this event is only for those who participate.

Download the 2019 U.S. Olympic Committee High Performance Strength and Conditioning Symposium packet here


U.S. Olympic Training Center, 1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (Use the Boulder St. entrance to access the complex.)

$90/night for all guests (domestic and international)

All attendees must stay on-site at the Olympic Training Center and the accommodation fee includes meals at the OTC Athlete Dining Center, use of OTC facilities and a double-occupancy room (roommates will be assigned after registration). The OTC supplies a complimentary shuttle service to and from the Colorado Springs Airport. Additionally, there will be options to stay 1 day earlier or a couple after the event.


May 15-17, 2019