Mind In Sport announce their first Athlete Ambassador

Mind In Sport are pleased to announce that Jack Bradford will be joining the team as Athlete Ambassador.

As part of his role, Jack will share his experiences as a full time athlete and how Mind In Sport has worked to help him with his development on and off the table.

Jack is 23 years of age and currently lives in Ewloe (North Wales). Currently playing snooker full time, Jack is working hard to turn my dream into reality and make it onto the professional circuit. To fund his snooker career he also works part-time at Broughton Wings Sports & Social Club as a bartender and gym instructor. Jack has played snooker for many years, starting as a child where he played a small sized table at his grandparent’s house before making the leap to a full sized table at the age of 12 at Sealand Leisure Bowls & Snooker Club. What started off as a hobby, snooker soon became a way of life.
After graduating from the University of Chester with a degree in Sports and Exercise Sciences in 2012, Jack made the decision to dedicate his time to snooker and not just as a player. In March 2014 he also qualified as a certified development coach through the EASB and IBSF governing bodies is currently in the process of developing his own coaching network.

On starting this partnership Jack said ‘It is a great honour to be selected as an athlete ambassador for Mind In Sport, a company which has helped to improve my performance as an athlete for the last couple of years. I am now relishing the opportunity to work alongside Mind In Sport in order to help individuals who have been in a similar position to myself regarding ways to improve performance.‘

Director of Mind in Sport Cara Lea said ‘We are really pleased to be working alongside Jack and welcoming him to our team. Jack has a lot of potential in the sport and has a keen interest both in his own performance but also in embracing our aims in helping others holistically with their own.’
We will be announcing more news and updates of our working relationship over the coming weeks


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