The Brooks Macdonald High Performance Programme is in place to ensure that being from Guernsey is an advantage rather than a disadvantage in achieving an elite level of sporting performance. The commission is working to develop a range of athlete services in partnership with numerous local organisations and individuals to better provide for our emerging and elite sports people. For more information about the programme contact Jeremy Frith (Performance Director).
More Coaches, Better Coaches with Guernsey Sports Commission and Generali Worldwide
MONDAY 19th June marks the start of the Guernsey Sports Commission and Generali Worldwide’s coach development week as part of the ‘more coaches, better coaches’ initiative. Throughout the week t...
Brooks Macdonald High Performance Programme Member Maya Le Tissier Nominated for National Award
Local Footballer Maya Le Tissier has been nominated for the Sporting Chance Awards, hosted by the Lord’s Taverners. Maya is among four individuals nominated for the Young Female Sportsperson of ...
Generali Offers Support for Coaches
Rachel Sykes, a trained Educational Psychologist, has been working alongside the Guernsey Sports Commission for five years. During this time she has supported a number of coaches individually with a w...
Table Tennis Players and Coaches Benefit From Our Challenge-o-Meter
Guernsey’s aspiring young table tennis players recently received some special coaching from Guernsey Sports Commission’s Jeremy Frith and Rachel Sykes. The session, which is part of the Brooks Mac...