McLaren F1, UK Sport and NASA to debate innovation and technology in sport at Leaders in Performance

Jonathan Neale, the Managing Director of leading Formula 1 team Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 is lining up alongside Scott Drawer, UK Sport’s Head of Research and Innovation and key player in Team GB’s medal success, and John De Witt of Wyle who is a leader in NASA’s biomechanical research into astronaut performance, for a world-exclusive examination of innovation and technology in elite human and sporting performance for a specially selected audience of 350 top coaches at Leaders in Performance, Chelsea FC, 10/11th October 2012.

Jonathan, Scott and John are world leaders in their fields who have led innovative organisations, fostered creative environments, and achieved success at the nexus of sport, technology and human performance. This content is set to reveal how the McLaren F1 team organise their team to deliver competitive advantage, how NASA test innovation of the future, and how UK Sport harnessed technology to provide the marginal gains that delivered 29 gold medals at London 2012.

Leaders in Performance is a closed-doors, senior summit for 350 global figures leading the delivery of sporting excellence. It has a strict vetting procedure for attendees and sells out every year. Delegates wishing to apply for a pass to attend are encouraged to do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment. To register for the event or to learn more about Leaders in Performance please contact one of the team on +44 (0) 207 042 8666 or email

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