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REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE*** Gary Neville among top sporting personalities to line out for ‘Huddle Dublin’ ­– a new, sport themed performance conference, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 15/9/2016 Former Manchester United and England captain, Gary Neville, will speak at Huddle Dublin, a one day sports themed performance, leadership and networking event. Irish Rugby defence coach, Andy Farrell; Irish Rugby international, Sophie Spence and Olympic modern pentathlon athlete, Natalya Coyle were on hand to launch Huddle Dublin, a new sports themed performance conference.  Top sporting personalities including former Manchester United and England captain, Gary Neville will speak at Huddle Dublin which will take place on Thursday, 29th of September at the iconic Aviva Stadium. Pictured (L-R) Sophie Spence, Andy Farrell and Natalya Coyle Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Pictured (L-R) Sophie Spence, Andy Farrell and Natalya Coyle, Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Top sporting personalities including former Manchester United and England captain, Gary Neville; Irish Rugby defence coach, Andy Farrell; and Connacht Head Coach, Pat Lam will line out for Huddle Dublin, a new sport themed performance conference taking place on Thursday, 29th of September at the iconic Aviva Stadium.

The one-day performance, leadership and networking event will give attendees access to elite athletes and coaches who will discuss subjects which apply to all facets of work and life including leadership, nutrition, performing under pressure, overcoming setbacks and goal-setting. Other speakers on the day include Racing 92 coach, Ronan O’Gara; extreme environment athlete, Gavan Hennigan; Irish Rugby international, Sophie Spence; performance expert, Gerry Duffy; Head of Performance Nutrition for Team Ireland at Rio 2016, Sharon Madigan; Waterford hurling manager, Derek McGrath and Olympic modern pentathlon athlete, Natalya Coyle.

Commenting at the launch of Huddle Dublin, Irish Rugby defence coach, Andy Farrell, said: “I’m looking forward to taking to the stage at Huddle Dublin and sharing insights into the principles I have applied throughout my rugby career. There are clear parallels between high performance in sport and in work or other areas of life. The aim is that attendees at Huddle Dublin will walk away with information which can inspire an improvement in their own performance.”

Huddle is the first conference of its kind to take place in Ireland. Huddle is bringing together athletes, coaches and other influencers from the world of sport, and Dublin is the ideal location to do it. The central idea of Huddle Dublin is that people can learn from and be inspired by those involved in top level sport. The aim is to provide an opportunity to listen and learn from those who have achieved great things in sport and to inspire our audience to make an improvement through these insights.

Huddle Dublin will take place on Thursday 29th September from 8am – 6pm at the Aviva Stadium; tickets are currently available from €185 (prices increase on 16 September).

Ireland’s leading businesses including HP, KBC, HubSpot, Intercom, Irish Life, Jazz Pharma, Paddy Power Betfair, Ulster Bank, Alkemeres and Dalata will be in attendance.

For more information on Huddle Dublin check out huddledublin.com or follow @huddledublin on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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