Tag Archives: Pathways to the Podium

Faster, higher, stronger… and younger? Birth order, sibling sport participation, and sport expertise development

The following blog post discusses some of our findings from the Pathways to the Podium Research Project, and was presented as a research poster at the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Conference in Honolulu, … Continue reading

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Sporting milestones and career progression of male Australian junior international level team sport athletes

In today’s post we are very excited to be sharing with you some preliminary results from the Pathways to the Podium Research Project! For those of you unfamiliar with our research, the Pathways to the Podium Research Project is a … Continue reading

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Is 10,000 hours a magic number for sport expertise? Part 2: The 10 year / 10,000 hour rule in sport

The previous Expert Advantage blog post introduced the 10 year / 10,000 hour rule and discussed evidence from chess and music suggesting that 10 years and 10,000 hours of practice are required in order to attain expertise in these domains. … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Expert Advantage!

Thank you for visiting The Expert Advantage – the official blog of the Pathways to the Podium Research Project. Throughout the course of the Pathways to the Podium Research Project, brief insights into the secrets and science of sport expertise … Continue reading

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