An outstanding track record
The only woman, or man, to have ever won back-to-back World Cups in the history of the rugby union, Sherylle Calder has played a key role in helping England win the 2003 Rugby World Cup and then joined up with South Africa as they won the 2007 title.
A Doctor of Sports Science, her speciality is the field of hand eye co-ordination and human movement, an area which leading sports coaches like Sir Clive Woodward and former Springbok rugby coach Jake White believe contains the potential for significant enhancement of individual skills by all sports men and women, from potential world champions down to ambitious junior athletes.
Sherylle Calder's techniques have been utilised by sporting teams as diverse as the New Zealand All Blacks, the Australian cricket team, Formula 1 teams, AFL, Downhill and Aerial Skiing, Sailing, Spanish Men’s Hockey Team, Prada America’s Cup Squad, England and Springbok Rugby Winning World Cup Teams, South Africa’s Davis Cup Team, South African Golf Team, UK Soccer Teams, South Africa's and British Olympic Athletes, Suntory Rugby Club in Japan, Ernie Els and the Dutch Olympic team.
Leading world rugby personalities like Jonny Wilkinson, Lawrence Dallagio, Steve Thompson and Matt Dawson of England and South Africa's thrilling wing three quarter Bryan Habana, as well as John Smit, Francois Steyn and Jean de Villiers, have benefitted from her expertise.
Dr Calder has also been of benefit to officials in sport working with the Top 10 ICC cricket umpires and more specifically Simon Taufel and Billy Bowden.