John Crampton

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John Crampton has worked in the Australian high performance sport industry for over 35 years, including management / leadership and senior service provider roles at both the Australian and NSW Institutes of Sport. He has consulted to government ministers, departments of Sport, professional sport managing groups, and major sporting organisations around the world in program review & change and facility design projects. He consulted to the NSW Minister for Sport in the establishment of the NSW Institute of Sport.

Crampton has had the privilege of representing Australia at 2 Olympic Games, and has helped prepare athletes for World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games since 1984. John’s professional background is in sport psychology, and he is currently the Chair of the College of Sport & Exercise Psychologists of the Australian Psychological Society. As such he is of great potential value to organisations attempting to “walk the minefield” of ensuring their structures are capable of passing muster in ensuring the mental health of their members, and in seeking assistance from opportunities available to organisations in wellbeing areas.

John established and ran the world acclaimed “Athlete Management Services” group at the NSW Institute of Sport for the Sydney Olympiad, providing career advice and professional development services to coaches, athletes and administrators. Those services included media training, the development of resumes and promotional material, the preparation of sponsorship proposals, training in sponsor servicing, public speaking, training in the use of computer systems, and so on.

His networks in coaching, sports science and medicine also ensure you can be properly informed in approaching grants and other opportunities in the technical areas of your member programs.

Crampton is an industry leader in technology applications in HP sport, and has consulted internationally in the adoption of new technologies in both competition venues and in training programs / environments. He can both review your existing capabilities and your plans for expansion / modernisation, and inform your grant applications for technical growth.

John has worked with over 50 sports at the national level both in Australia and internationally, so has an extensive industry and sport specific knowledge and understanding. Nevertheless, he comes from a family background heavily involved in professional golf, and has worked from grass roots amateur players and their support programs through to major international professional tournament winners. He has consulted to the R&A and Augusta National, and Golf Associations across the Asian area.

You will find that John Crampton is approachable and easy to establish rapport with. His reputation is to “go the extra mile” in support of his clients. He is an accomplished and “well practised” public speaker and author, and is comfortable working across a range of computer platforms.

Frances Crampton

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Frances has extensive experience in all aspects of sport administration from Club to State to National level as evidenced by the below portfolios and accolades in recognition of her skills and contributions.  Her experience and wealth of knowledge will be invaluable to RTB and clients. Frances is currently an Authorised Marriage and Civil Celebrant, Sport Management, Governance, Event and Function Consultant, and NSW Coordinator of Fitter for Life.

Frances has held the following portfolios:

  • Golf Australia 2 IC and National Director of Golf Development
  • CEO of Women’s Golf NSW
  • Board Director of Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation
  • Member of Golf Australia Committees for Social participation, Women’s participation, Insurance, General Game Development, Junior Development, Golf Disability Alliance and Indigenous golf
  • Member of the Australian Golf Industry Council
  • NSWIS Golf and Gymnastic Joint Management Committees
  • Chairperson and CEO of the NSW Sports Federation
  • Instigator and Organiser of the Sport NSW Annual Awards
  • Member of a National Committee addressing the lack of media exposure for Women’s Sport
  • CEO Gymnastics NSW
  • Board Director for the NSW Sports Council for the Disabled
  • Head of PE Dep’t at Perth College for 16 years
  • PE/Gymnastic specialist at MLC (Kew, VIC) for 4 years, before going to Canberra to be>
  • Head of Women’s and Rhythmic Gymnastics at the AIS (equivalent to a HPM position)
  • Board Director then President of Softball NSW
  • Member of the organising committee for the World Blind Golf Championships 2014
  • Production Manager for Sydney Olympics Softball and Brisbane Goodwill Games Gymnastics, plus Coach, Section Manager, Judge, Commentator across 5 Olympics and 5 Commonwealth Games.

Frances has been honoured with:

  • Life Membership of
    • Australian Gymnastic Federation
    • Australian Society of Sports Administrators
    • NSW Gymnastic Association
    • NSW Sports Federation
  • An Order of Merit from the NSW Olympic Committee
  • A Distinction Award for services to the Sports Council for the Disabled
  • Honorary Membership of Women’s Golf NSW/ Golf NSW
  • An OAM in 1995 for services to Australian Gymnastics
  • In 2004 received an AM for services to Australian Sport
  • The only person to be recognised in both volunteer and professional sections in the NSW Sports Administrator of the Year