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Flow in Sport: Beyond Caution and Conscious Thought?

Summary In this post I explore some ideas around flow in sport performance. The post arises from a workshop I attended with Level 4 coaches...

Response to the Crawford Review of Australian Sport

I had anticipated a response to the Crawford Review of Australian Sport this week. Although I am in the UK at the moment I...

There is no wealth but life: a sense of perspective for sport

There are some benefits of being trapped by volcanic ash in the North of England. I have been hoping to visit John Ruskin's home,...

Coaches as Technologists

I am writing this post in the delightful seaside town of Grange-over-Sands at a time when I should be meeting friends and colleagues in...

IACSS News: Conferences, Workshops and Congress

Some news for those interested in Computer Science in Sport and the work of the International Association of Computer Science in Sport (IACSS). The Asian...

Additional Resources for #IACSS09

I have been working on the Proceedings for the International Association of Computer Science in Sport's Seventh Symposium held in Canberra in September 2009....

Using Social Network Tools in Australian Sport

Gene Schembri has been exploring the use of social network tools in sport for some time in his role at the Australian Sports Commission's...

"We stand most securely when we stand connected"

Stephen Downes' OLDaily (23 March) led me today to a detailed post by Mark Pesce, The Unfinished Project: Exploration, Learning and Networks. I was...

Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH)

The University of Canberra has a hidden treasure, the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH). In the past few months the...

A Glimpse of Hedy d'Ancona

Yesterday  I illustrated a post with a photograph from the Nationaal Archief's Commons' collection. The photograph was taken in 1980 and I discovered that in...