The Sports Network is a student-led initiative that seeks to develop a vibrant and active sports community at the University of Bristol, and is currently run by Network Chair Jenny Herring. Being a part of the Sports Network gives students the opportunity to make a difference to sport at Bristol on a wider scale and bring students together based on a shared interest in sport.
The Sports Network committee roles aim to engage more members of the university community in sport, the network is at the heart of ensuring and promoting change directly from the students for the students:
o Coordinate with the liberation networks and the wider student community to ensure that their views are adequately represented, understanding barriers to sport and address these accordingly
o Bring forward new initiatives to further ensure that members of these communities feel sport is accessible for them
o Engages closely with sports clubs and individuals to promote the importance of understanding mental and physical wellbeing within sport
o Collaborate with all levels of student athletes from participatory to elite level, understanding some of the issues that they are facing with regards to wellbeing and bring these to the front of the network's agenda.
o Working with Jenny to implement new injury support scheme
o Represents students who would like to get involved in sport at university at the participatory level
o Engage closely with intramural team captains
o Work with students who would like to be further involved in sport but are unable to currently due to barriers
o Be the committee lead on the planning and running of events in the network (main event of the year is Ignit10n)
o Coordinating with the SU Marketing team to publicise events run by the network
**All officers are responsible for ensuring that the network acts in line with Union policy and the best interest of members, scrutinising the work of full-time officers and ensuring that their work adequately addresses the need of the students.**
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