Name: Ric Charlesworth
Birthday: February 6, 1952
Well known: Coaches Cricketers
Age: 67 Years, 67 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Aquarius
Otherwise called: Dr. Richard Charlesworth, Richard Ian Charlesworth
Conceived In: Subiaco
Well known As: Sports Consultant, Field Hockey Player
Mate/Ex-: Carmen Charlesworth, Frances Charlesworth
Kids: Elizabeth Charlesworth, Hugo Charlesworth, John Charlesworth, Jonathon Charlesworth, Kate Charlesworth, Oscar Charlesworth
Richard “Ric” Charlesworth is an Australian games advisor, a previous hockey player and the best wearing mentor of Australia. In the case of driving the world in hockey, captaining Western Australia in cricket or winning a seat in government parliament, he exceeded expectations in every single field he took an interest in, with his sheer splendor. He played residential cricket and district cricket at a beginning time in his donning profession and later filled in as the superior supervisor for the New Zealand Cricket Team. He is a strategic virtuoso in football also which is evident through his coaching jobs in Australian Football League circles. His contribution in legislative issues kept going 10 years and his work as a managerial individual from Western Australian Institute of Sport Board was an unmistakable understanding of his multi-gifted character. Be that as it may, his best job was, without a doubt, the one of being an excellent mentor of Australian national hockey groups, the two people. Under his direction, the two groups developed successful in numerous worldwide competitions including the Hockey World Cup and the Hockey Champions Trophy. He is the primary individual to have played in and trained a Gold award winning World Cup group in hockey.
Youth and Early Life
He was conceived on February 6, 1952 in Subiaco, Western Australia, to dental specialist guardians. His dad, Lester Charlesworth, spoke to Western Australian cricket from 1949–51.He got his initial training from the Christ Church Grammar School and graduated in 1969. He was trained by Ray House at the school and was elevated to the school’s first XI at a youthful age.He got his Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University of Western Australia in 1976.Later on he studied way of thinking and history getting his ‘Four year education in liberal arts degree from the University of Western Australia.
From 1972 to 1979, he played 47 top notch cricket matches for Western Australian group. He was likewise a piece of Sheffield Shield winning groups in 1972–73, 1976–77 and 1977–78.From 1972 to 1988, he was a piece of Australian hockey group and played 227 matches in his profession. He was an individual from five Olympic groups, and captained the group in 1980 and 1984 Olympics. He was likewise an individual from four World Cup hockey groups. He was a piece of Australian hockey group that won the silver decoration in 1976 Olympics and captained the hockey group that won the 1986 World Cup gold.In 1983, he entered governmental issues and turned into a Federal Member of Parliament for Perth, from Australian Labor Party, a position he held for a long time before resigning in 1993.He filled in as the lead trainer of the Australian Women’s hockey group, the Hockeyroos, from 1993 to 2000. Under his training, the group won the Champion’s Trophy in 1993, 1995, 1997 and 1999; the Hockey World Cup in 1994 and 1998.In 2001, his first book ‘The Coach – Managing for Success’ was distributed. It proposed intriguing thoughts regarding training methods of reasoning to make progress in any field.His subsequent book, ‘Remaining on Top’, which was distributed in 2002 portrays the five standards essential for being the best and remaining there.In 2004, he distributed his third book, ‘Shakespeare the Coach’, which is to a greater degree a persuasive handbook for mentors, chiefs, instructors and mentors.He turned into an individual from the Australian Sports Commission Board in 1994 and held this post till 1997. He additionally filled in as an individual from the Western Australian Institute of Sport Board twice in his authoritative profession; 1984–1992, and 2001–2005.Following his arrangement to the Hockeyroos, he was named the elite administrator for New Zealand Cricket and later took up the job of Technical Advisor to Indian Hockey.In 2009, he turned into the Head Coach of the Australian Men’s hockey group, Kookaburras. The group won the Hockey World Cup twice, and Champion’s Trophy, multiple times in succession, under his mentorship. He left his post in 2014.
Grants and Achievements
He was given the title of ‘Western Australian Sportsman of the Year’ thrice in his profession; in 1976, 1979 and 1987.In 1986 World Cup, Australian Hockey group won the title and he was granted Player of the Tournament for being the main scorer for his group.In acknowledgment of his exceptional accomplishments on the pitch, he was granted the Advance Australia Award in 1984 and an Order of Australia decoration in 1987.In 1987, he was accepted in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame, the subsequent individual to accomplish this honor.Under his rule as the mentor of the Hockeyroos, the group turned into the gold medalists in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the 1998 Commonwealth Games, and the 2000 Sydney Olympics.He was granted the West Australian Sports Champions of the Year Award for ‘Mentor of the Year’ from 1994 to 2000.He won the Australian Coaching Council Team Coach of the Year Award in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000.In 1996, 1997 and 2000, he turned into the beneficiary of the Confederation of Australian Sport Coach of the Year Award.In 2000, he was regarded with the Australian Sports Medal in acknowledgment of his accomplishments in Australian game.In 2001, he won the Western Australia Citizen of the Year Award.He was granted the title of the ‘Australian Institute of Sport Coach of the Year’ in 2010.Under his training, the Kookaburras won the Men’s Hockey World Cup in 2010 and 2014. The group likewise rose triumphant in the Men’s Hockey Champions Trophy continuously from 2009 to 2012 demonstrating his matchless quality as the mentor.