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Performance Analysis Literature & History

Keith was at the forefront of Notational Analysis and its evolution to Performance Analysis. This post includes a number of articles from Keith and his colleagues about Performance Analysis:

Notational Analysis History

1992-First-World-Congress-of-Notational-Analysis-of-SportDownload The-Hand-Notation-SystemDownload What is Notational Analysis - Mike Hughes 1990 Download

History

Whenever possible, I try to include posts about the history of analysis on Clyde Street. I use the #history tag (link) and #sport history...

History on Clyde Street

I have blogging on Clyde Street since 2008. It took me a while to explore sport history on my site. My first foray was...

Exploring history

Marv Dunphy's thesis on John Wooden explores historical methodology in the unfolding of a biography (link). In his introduction, Marv looks at the 'great...

Sharing history

Rob Carroll is creating a remarkable archive of the history of performance analysis (link). Recently, he has made a significant investment in this history...

Australian Paralympic History Project 2018

Tony Naar has shared news of the Australian Paralympic History Project for 2018. (Link) Ross Mallet (link) has compiled a list of the page views...
Robin at the Graduate Office at UC handing in his thesis

Robin Poke's PhD Submission: A Narrative History of Australian Rowing

Robing Poke submitted his PhD thesis for examination today at the University of Canberra. It is the culmination of six years assiduous research that...

Australian Paralympic History Project: October 2018 Workshop

The Australian Paralympic History Project held a workshop in Sydney on the weekend of 27 and 28 October. Tony Naar shared news of the workshop...

Charles Reep: history and hagiography

Earlier this month, Simon Gleave included me in a conversation with Duncan Alexander about Charles Reep. Duncan, in Outside the Box (2017), shares his discovery...