Dr. Jamie Stanley

Dr. Jamie Stanley

Senior Sports Physiologist, South Australian Sports Institute and Australian Cycling Team; Adjunct Research Fellow, University of South Australia

Instagram: @jamiestanley85

Website: www.researchgate.net/profile/Jamie_Stanley2


Sports physiologist specialising in performance and recovery optimisation working with current world recording holding, Olympic, Commonwealth, and World champion athletes. I have extensive experience in programming endurance training, prescription (including HIIT), training load and adaptation monitoring, and training stimulus enhancement from both practical and research settings working with athletes from developmental to elite level. I have a special interest in developing ‘next practice’ training stimulus through applied interventions that leverage environmental stress with the athletes I work with, through conducting basic research. I formerly raced ITU and Ironman 70.3 triathlon as an elite, but am now a lifestyle athlete chasing a 2 h 20 min marathon.

  • Current Physiologist for the Australian Cycling Team Men’s Track Endurance Program (current Men’s Team Pursuit World Record holders and Commonwealth champions).
  • Current Sport Physiologist for the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Swimming Program (squad of current male Olympic 100m Freestyle champion).
  • Current Sport Physiologist for the SASI Cycling Program (Track Endurance and Sprint, Road, Para, BMX).
  • Current Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of South Australia.
  • Formerly Sport Physiologist for the SASI para-triathlon, hockey and water-polo programs (2014-2016).
  • Formerly the Physiologist/Research scientist with the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) triathlon program (2013-2014).
  • Formerly an Adjunct Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at The University of Queensland (2014-2017).
  • Australian Institute of Sport Bob Withers PhD Scholar Award for conducting Exercise Physiology research that has had a substantial impact, or the potential to have a strong impact, on Australian Sport (2013).
  • PhD examining heart rate variability as a tool for monitoring short- and long-term recovery from exercise at the University of Queensland (2012).

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