Hardcover Books

PUBLICATIONS

Chapters

Cheetham, R.J 2019. Exploration: ‘I Learned to Play Again’ The Integration of Active Play as a Learning Experience for Sports Coaching Undergraduates. In: James, A. & Nerantzi, C. ed. The Power of Play in Higher Education. UK. Springer, 43-53.

 

Cheetham, R.J 2013. Teaching Styles. In: Critchell, M. ed. Play to learn and learn to play. A fresh approach to coaching young players. USA / UK. Reedswain.

 

Article Non-refereed

Cheetham R.J. 2018. How to train a police horse. Purposeful practice. Leisure Review, Summer.

Cheetham, R.J 2014. Thinking Differently. Hitting the Seam, 31. 4-5.

Cheetham, R.J. 2014. The coached experience: stories and recollections beyond winning and losing. Leisure Review.

Article Refereed

Cotterill & Cheetham 2019. Professional rugby coaches’ perceptions of the role of the team captain. The Sport Psychologist, June. June

publication.

Cheetham R.J. 2019. Deliberate Practice: If this is the receipt for success then what are the ingredients? Talent Matters, Spring.

Cotterill & Cheetham 2016. The experience of captaincy in professional sport: The case of elite professional rugby. European Journal of Sport Science, December. 1-7.

Cheetham, R.J 2015. Shaping a contemporary Undergraduate Employability Programme in Sport: influences, design and impact. Educational Developments, 16. 22-25.

Cheetham R.J. 2014. The Personal Journey': A study of the individual race stories of Desert Marathon Runners. The Sport Journal.

Cheetham, R.J. 2013. Thanks Coach. Coaching Edge, 33. 16-17.

Cheetham, R.J. 2013. Talking to Teams. Inside Coaching, Spring / Summer 2013 3. Sport Hampshire.

Cheetham, R.J 2013. It took you how long? An appreciation of the ‘training journey’ as a consideration for coaching behaviour. Leisure Review, January 2013.

Cheetham, R.J 2013. The importance of adopting a philosophy of imagination, creativity and Innovation in youth sports coaching. Capture, 4. University of Winchester.

Cheetham, R.J 2013. The University of Winchester Sports Studies Department initiative on the introduction of a new strategic approach to employability among undergraduate. Capture, 4.

Cheetham, R.J. 2012. The Importance of Creativity and Innovation In Coaching: Possibilities and Implications For Performance. Journal of Cycle Coaching, 2. 6-9.

Cheetham, R.J 2012. Thanks Coach, voices from Rio. Inside Coaching, Autumn / winter 2012. 3. Sport Hampshire.

Cheetham, R.J 2012. Inspiration: Can we finish the course? Leisure Review, September 2012

Cheetham, R.J. 2011. Promotion of volunteering among sport graduates as an integral part of ‘active learning’ and contribution to sport and sports development. LSA Newsletter, 38-40.

Cheetham, R.J 2009. Pedal Power: Volunteering as active learning. Capture, 2. 79-80. University of Winchester.

Cheetham, R.J 2009. Rules of Engagement: Experiences from a lecturer of energising and motivating pupils on AimHigher and Widening Participation Programmes. Widening Participation, Autumn 2009. 3.

Cheetham, R.J With Jones, R.L. 2001. Physical Education in the National Curriculum: Its purpose and meaning for final year secondary school students. European Journal of Physical Education, 6. (2). 81-100. European Journal of Physical Education.

Morris, C. & Cheetham, R.J. (2020) British Canoeing Canoe Slalom Challenge Cards: A Pilot Study into Their Potential for Coach and Athlete Development. Applied Coaching Research Journal. 20. 32-37

Review

Cheetham, R.J. 2012. Child's Play. Cycling Fitness, December. 48-51.