Media-Film-Coaching Day for Riders

Media-Film-Coaching Day for Riders

Media-Film-Coaching Day for Riders – re-structered with opportunity to gain Coaching tips on riding techniques from NZ’s Motocross legend Darryll King– all filmed for individual Rider Film edits.

Darryll King Photo Credit: Sharon Cox

Darryll King Coaching Tips Patetonga MCC track

With Media promotions more competitive than ever, Motorsport Riders need to be pro-active to up skills on promoting themselves, their sponsors, their experiences on moving forward in their chosen sport.

No longer is the past mind-set: ‘I’ll just wait until results come in and then I’ll get Media attention’. Now, today and for future, Riders, Athletes, Racers must put themselves out there, learn skills on increasing viewer engagement to attract Media attention before, during and post racing.

The Media-Film-Coaching Day will be 2 Sessions: max 4 Riders per Session

Morning 8.00am-10.00am half hour Interviews with Riders

Coaching 10.00am-11.30am with Darryll King, 6 track sections, all filmed with Drone shots at end of session

Afternoon 12.00pm-1.30pm max 4 Riders

Coaching with Darryll King, 6 track sections, all filmed with Drone shots at end of session

Interviews 2.00pm-4.00pm half hour interviews with Riders

Darryll King: Photo Credit: Sharon Cox

Darryll King: Photo Credit: Sharon Cox

Film Edits: all riders receive Film edits on interview, coaching tips working with Darryll King, B-roll on bike, sponsors logos and pit-set-up. Film edits: 1.30-2.00 minutes in length. Filming James Bennell, Sharon Cox.

Date: November 4th Venue: Patetonga MCC Track                                                            Cost: $350 per Rider

Contact: Sharon Cox sharoncox@xtra.co.nz

Film Edit: Darryll King Coaching Tips at Patetonga MCC track 2017

 

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