Dr Peter Brown
Pete is an accredited Sport Scientist with a PhD in Respiratory Physiology and is expert in Olympic Sport Knowledge Management. He has over 15 years’ experience working in high performance sport recognised with Fellowship status of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES). Pete is currently the Head of Performance Knowledge Management at the English Institute of Sport, the Sport Science and Medicine provider to Team GB and Paralympics GB.
Pete led the knowledge transfer strategy for the Team GB Olympic and Paralympic teams for the Rio 2016 Olympiad, and is the GB Knowledge Management Lead for the Tokyo 2020 Games. Pete has worked previously with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and also as a Sport Scientist for the Ministry of Defence, British Armed Forces, Olympic athletes, and lectured Sport Science in Higher Education Institutes.
Pete’s enthusiasm to work with A Stroke of Luck comes from his long-standing friendship with and support for Craig, having met at University many moons ago. In addition, Pete has recent personal experience of supporting family members who are Stroke Survivors. As well as expertise in Knowledge Management, Pete brings significant skills to A Stroke of Luck, namely: understanding of research, links within allied sports, health and exercise professional networks across all populations, and an over-riding core value of making a difference to those in need.