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#coachlearninginsport: re-view

Introduction This is a fourth #coachlearninginsport post on Clyde Street. I am writing it to follow up on two tweets from Bob Muir. https://twitter.com/Bob__Muir/status/619093850741690368 I am delighted Bob...

Ian Freeman Guest Post: Teaching and Coaching Accelerator Programme

Introduction I was introduced to Ian Freeman earlier this year. I am delighted that we did meet and were able to explore our shared interests...

#UCSIA15 Videos 1

Background A theme in the open line course #UCSIA15 (Sport Informatics and Analytics) is the process of sharing analytics stories with an audience (either imagined...

ECB Leading to Performance: Day 2 Keynotes

There were three keynote addresses on Day 2 of the ECB's Leading to Performance Conference at St George’s Park.. Gordon Lord, Peter Moores, Andy Flower...

Web Logs as Scholarly Products

In the last week or so, I have found a number of prompts to encourage me to think more about web logs (blogs) as...

A road not taken

Introduction I posted my 1000th blog post on Clyde Street this month. Even after this number of posts (since June 2008), each time I write I...

Performance Analysis, Vocation and Moral Agency

Introduction I have been spending time of late reflecting on performance analysis in sport as a vocation. The combination of reading Max Weber many years ago,...

Open to Change?

Introduction I had two excellent opportunities to think about openness and change today. First up, I received a link to Harold Jarche's review post of David...

Guest Post: Darrell Cobner – Sharing the Practice of Performance Analysis

Introduction This is a guest post on Clyde Street written by Darrell Cobner. I have tremendous admiration for Darrell, his vision and his practice. I think...

Simon and the Spirit of Cricket

Introduction Simon Taufel delivered the thirteenth MCC Spirit of Cricket Lecture this week. There is a YouTube recording (divided into six segments) and a transcript of...