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Dr. Paul Gamble </br> Senior Leadership Team

Dr. Paul Gamble
Senior Leadership Team

Director, Sport Performance

Dr. Paul Gamble has worked with athletes of all ages across a multitude of sports at elite and professional levels in a career spanning two decades and both northern and southern hemispheres. He began his career in professional rugby union with English Premiership side London Irish, but has since worked with groups and individuals across a diverse array of sports, notably serving as National Strength and Conditioning Lead for Scottish Squash. Dr. Gamble completed his PhD in 2005 and is the author of four textbooks, with a fifth title due for release in January 2018 ​.

Alongside his work in the realms of physic/cal preparation and athletic development, he has also worked extensively in the area of sports injury. Dr. Gamble is also a track and field coach across multiple events, and during his time in New Zealand coached their #1 sprinter Joseph Millar who completed the 100m/200m sprint double at both the New Zealand and Australian Championships in 2017, and represented New Zealand in both the 100m and 200m at the IAAF World Championships held in London in August 2017.


  • PhD (Exercise Physiology) Brunel University, UK
  • BSc(Hons) Sport & Exercise Sciences University of Birmingham, UK


  • Background as a player in a range of team sports, notably football (soccer), rugby union, and latterly rugby league
  • Became a track and field athletics coach (across multiple events) a decade ago

Client CV

  • London Irish Rugby Football Club
  • Individual players representing their country in rugby unions 7s and 15-a-side game
  • Scottish Squash and Racketball
  • Individual athletes (multiple sports and events) competing at Olympic, World Championships, European Championships and Commonwealth Games
  • Athletics New Zealand

Professional Highlights

  • Recently attended Athletics World Championships in London as part of the New Zealand team, as personal coach for Joseph Millar (NZ record holder and multiple national champion in both 100 and 200m) who competed in both 100m and 200m events
  • Successive top-four finishes for Scottish Squash men’s team in European Team Championships and consecutive Commonwealth Games (men’s doubles)
  • Coached New Zealand sprinter Joseph Millar from injury to personal best (2015-2016 season), and national records, New Zealand and Australian championships 100/200m double and world championships representation (2016-2017 season)
  • Author of four textbooks in physical preparation for athletes: Strength and Conditioning for Team Sports (2009); Training for Sports Speed and Agility (2011), Strength and Conditioning for Team Sports (2nd Edition) (2013); Comprehensive Strength and Conditioning (2015)
  • Fifth book due for publication in January 2018

Research Interests

  • Research fellow with AUT-SPRINZ (Sport Performance Research Institute New Zealand) and Sports Kinesiology Injury Prevention and Performance research groups
  • Supervised postgraduate research (PhD and research masters) on change of direction performance, and strength and power development for rotational and striking sports
  • Personal research interest in sports injury and rehabilitation, speed development, change of direction and agility, rotational power development​

Professional Affiliations

  • National Strength and Conditioning (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2002
  • High Performance Sport Accreditation with British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)
  • Chartered Scientist (UK Science Council)
  • Level Two Accreditation at Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA)
  • Performance Coach Qualification with Athletics New Zealand