SEWANEE, Tenn. - For the second straight year, sport psychologist Daniel Stewart will host a Sport Psychology Seminar at the Blackman Auditorium on the campus of the University of the South, Sunday, Oct. 7. The event is being sponsored by the Sewanee Equestrian team.
The seminar, which is entitled, "Turning Setbacks into Comebacks", will begin at 7 p.m., with the doors opening at 6:45 p.m. at the Blackman Auditorium. There will be a Q&A, as well as a book signing, following the seminar.
Coach of athlete training camps at the US Olympic Training Centers in Colorado Springs, Colo., Lake Placid N.Y., and Sarasota Fla., Daniel Stewart has been a successful international coach for over 25 years and has trained athletes in the United State, Spain, Portugal, England, Canada, Mexico, Switzerland, Belgium, United Arab Emirates, Greece and the West Indies.
In addition to coaching equestrians on several U.S. Teams at World Championships he also worked as a consultant-coach for the US Pentathlon team. As the internationally acclaimed author of PRESSURE PROOF and FIT AND FOCUSED IN 52, he’s considered one of the worlds leading experts on sport psychology, athletics, and performance.
Stewart has a degree in sports science and has taught a variety of sports including track & field, volleyball, sailing, wind surfing, and skiing. An avid runner, tennis player, and fitness buff, he teaches clinics and seminars to thousands of athletes each year and is the popular guest speaker at many international conventions.