Stephen Cobley on Culture, Forward Looking Development, and Where Swimming Performance Really Comes From

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Stephen Cobley is an Associate Professor in motor control, skill acquisition, and sport and exercise psychology at The University of Sydney. He earned his Bachelor’s degree at Loughborough University, his Master’s degree at Queen’s University in Canada, and his PhD at Leeds Metropolitan University in the UK.

​Steve’s research examines developmental factors that constrain learning, development, and performance across sport, educational, and workplace settings. In this episode, Steve and I discuss some fascinating work his team is doing in swimming looking at the effect of biological maturation on performance. 

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