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|Title:||The role of performance analysis in elite netball competition structures.|
|Keywords:||Netball;Performance analyst;performance analysis|
|Citation:||In book: Performance Analysis of Sport IX, Chapter: Chapter 1, Publisher: Routdledge, Editors: Peters P.M., O'Donoghue P, pp.30-37 , (2013)|
|Abstract:||Coaches at both the International and top domestic levels in Netball have turned to performance analysis to assist in their decision making and provide reliable and accurate information to inform their coaching process (Jenkins et al, 2007). The role of the performance analyst in this elite environment is to provide key objective information on performances which can be transformed into relevant feedback to facilitate learning and effect improvement. However, the coaching process and use of performance analysis to support the specific process, is affected by the characteristics of the competition. Thus it is important to highlight the differences and constraints which occur as a result of the competition structure and identify how the challenges created impact the performance analyst and coaching process.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Life Sciences Research Papers|
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