Swimming research in Sports Technology Journal

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The good people at Sports Technology, Routledge were kind enough to make available some eprints of our most recent swimming technology papers. The work is the culmination of a few years work in extending the operation of our sensors to multiple limb segments, combing them together with video and then undertaking some studies to demonstrate their utility – in this case the focus was on tumble turn analysis. With a few more studies on the way we hope you like progress so far…

 

Quantifying and assessing biomechanical differences in swim turn using wearable sensors
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/bn2F4E7DiubsszrM6huD/full
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/N6KdtNhab7wMHbFQZ6jp/full

An integrated swimming monitoring system for the biomechanical analysis of swimming strokes
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/VphWaAxxAfycAJf2FHzE/full
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/pTrfNc5RGRzhwDSvu2E8/full

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About Daniel James

Dan has been working with technology ever since he discovered he had opposable thumbs. Along the way he worked in sports technology, radio physics, glaciology, IT in banking, cognitive psychology and sports science. Before parenthood took over he enjoyed playing classical music, adventure sports and dabbling in martial arts. Today AFK finds him camping and wrestling with his boys.

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