Name : William Moore Company : Ulster Sports Academy Position : Performance services officer Role : William coordinates service delivery of the performance service unit Track Record : After graduating William practiced as a freelance strength and conditioning coach for five years then taking up the position as Sports Science Officer with Queen’s University, a post he held for two and a half years before he moved to the Ulster Sports Academy
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