Events & Conferences — The Video Analyst.com

By: Thevideoanalyst  05/12/2011
Keywords: training courses, Performance Analysis, professional football

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Performance Analysis Training Courses I usually do my best to avoid mentioning companies on this blog, I am not interested in promoting one software/service over another but when it comes to education I take a different view. Thats why I’m more than happy to give Prozone’s upcoming Performance Analysis Training Courses a mention. I have [..]

I just wanted to fill everyone in on where we are with the ‘Introduction to Performance Analysis’ workshop. It’s been a really busy few weeks organizing everything and we feel confident we’ve put together a fantastic line-up, packing with insights into key areas and invaluable in helping people get into performance analysis. There has been a change to one of the speakers since [..]

World Congress on Science and Football 2011 You may or may not know that the World Congress on Science and Football was held in Japan in late May. The WCSF is a conference event for sports scientists, coaches, medical doctors, administrators and players to provide a great opportunity to further enhance scientific research geared towards football [..]

I am delighted to announce that thevideoanalyst.com and Out of Play are joining forces to run a Performance Analysis conference specifically aimed at those wanting to know more about, or trying to break into professional performance analysis. Who Should Attend? A unique platform for current students, graduating students, postgraduates, recent professionals and anybody else looking to [..]

Sports Analytics Conference This is a quick post as most of the content is contained in the video below. As I mentioned on the site a few weeks back, there is a conference held every year in MIT in the US covering the area of Sports Analytics. What is so great about this conference is [..]

Performance Analysis Conferences I tend find conferences can be really hit or miss. Often they try and cater for everybody and in the end cater for nobody. However there are two interesting conferences coming up this month that specialize or heavily feature Performance Analysis. The Science of Professional Football This year’s Science and Football Conference promises to [..]

What Geeks Don’t Get: The Limits of Moneyball I was passed on a link last week and although it took me a little while to get around to it. I knew by the title of the link that I would be interested in the content. The title of the link was the title of this [..]

User Conferences I do my best on this site not to get into which software is better etc etc… They all have their merits and I have written before about the important things to consider when buying a system, such as training, support, back-up, price and features. After that it is a case of matching [..]

As I mentioned on this blog a few weeks ago there is a Sports Conference being held in City West, Dublin Saturday 25th July. We will be there – STAND 26 – If you need tickets just let me know. There are some great speakers at the conference and you are sure to learn something [..]

Denise Martin, a performance analyst in Ireland is speaking at a conference coming up in Dublin at the end of July. The conference will have many speakers from all walk of the sports science field so well worth checking out. Denise is one of the longest serving Performance Analysts in Ireland and will no doubt [..]

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Performance Analysis — The Video Analyst.com

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