Posted on 07 August 2012 by Mike Haines
Mike Haines discusses the process he used for analysing the 400m Hurdles event and shows the dashboard he created for it. Read more [...]
Posted on 04 August 2012 by Darrell Cobner
Darrell Cobner encourages activity in the vehicles available for participation and contribution to the PA industry. Read more [...]
Posted on 25 July 2012 by VPA
VPA look at existing themes running through blogs on the site and show how Team Performance Exchange can be used to promote communication. Read more [...]
Posted on 20 July 2012 by Dave Willoughby
Using Opta Data, Dave Willoughby took an in-depth statistical look at... Read more [...]
Posted on 10 July 2012 by Jon Moore
AnalysisPro Ltd provides a road map of how performance analysis processes developed at the elite level can be shared and utilised... Read more [...]
Posted on 28 June 2012 by Jordan Bryan
Reaching the twelve month mark of working various tennis events has brought me a unique insight to the world of Hawk-Eye, some of which I will share in this blog. Read more [...]
Posted on 14 June 2012 by Tom Simonds
Visual Performance Analysis invited us to describe our new and novel system for analysing shooting. Read more [...]
Posted on 04 June 2012 by Keith Lyons
I have been blogging for some time.
This WordPress blog dates back to June 2008.
I have Blogger, Tumblr and Posterous blog accounts too.
This week a friend, Darrell Cobner, asked me to write about blogging. He is an accomplished blogger and I was delighted that he asked me.
Darrell's request was for me to address:
What is blogging?
Why Read more [...]
Posted on 01 June 2012 by VPA
Within sporting and industry environments, we endeavor to create performance analysis environments.. Read more [...]
Posted on 30 May 2012 by Huw Wiltshire
As Programme Director for the MSC Performance Analysis at Cardiff Met, I have seen a buck to a recent trend. With any new intake of postgraduate students, it has become very apparent that a pattern has emerged where some students experience accelerated learning in terms of applied process skills and receive employment opportunities far earlier Read more [...]
Posted on 27 May 2012 by Daniel Milton
Working as a rugby coach for Cardiff Met RFC (formerly UWIC) we have the opportunity to use SportsCode as well as other analysis systems to develop video feedback for teams and individuals. We have been trying to engage with players and analysts to improve our workflow processes to offer them the most comprehensive level of feedback available Read more [...]
Posted on 20 May 2012 by Darrell Cobner
As a performance analyst, it is critical to source, manage and maximise budget, resources and time. When people have thorough knowledge of the process and the products they can operate effectively and efficiently to be as productive as possible. It is important to explore and implement new ideas/products to construct powerful Read more [...]
Posted on 19 May 2012 by Graham Cobden
As a former student and recent graduate, the 2 main performance analysis programs that I (and i'm sure lots of students) used were Dartfish and SportsCode. I must admit I was a SportsCode guy for most of my university but once learning the ropes with Dartfish, I must admit I had a Dartfish phase, although they both have their strengths and Read more [...]