Oneathlete was established in 2013 with the vision of working in a unique way to give disabled athletes access to an integrated sports performance support team.
We believe that athletes competing in Paralympic sport need specific, individualised and integrated sports science and medicine support and it was our objective to create a truely athlete centred environment.
The team included experts in strength and conditioning, physiotherapy and performance mindset and lifestyle mentoring and over the years has included Tim Stevenson, David Jackson, Gemma Jefferson and Richard Whitehead.
As a team oneathlete supported some of Great Britain’s most successful Paralympic athletes including:
In 2015 oneathlete was recuited by British Para Swimming to lead the strength and conditioning support for the team for the Rio Paralympic Games. Today, Tim provdes consultancy services as the lead strength and conditioning coach for the team through the Toyko 2020 cycle.
Other notable successes included Tim’s selection by ParalympicsGB for the core sports science and medicine staff at the Rio 2016 games to lead the strength and conditioning services at the holding camp in Belo Horizonte. He then provided competition support in Rio for the British Para Swimming team.
In 2019 a change in business structure meant that oneathlete ceased to exist in it’s original form however Tim and David are still providing strength and conditioning sports performance support to British Para Swimming and a number of individual athletes in preparation for the Toyko Paralympics.
If you would to contact Tim or David about sports performance strength and conditioning support please send an email to email@example.com.