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Performance Analysis

Our team of Performance Analysts provide objective information to coaches and athletes that helps them to understand performance, in order to enhance feedback and decision making.  

This objective data consists of statistics and video from training and competition.  

Our analysts aim to question, reflect and evaluate performances, educate the performance environment, and support decision makers. 

Performance Analysis is important within sport due to the level of performance that can be recalled accurately – be it tactics, technique, movement or trends. 

Areas of work

As analysts we work through a cycle of delivery that is continually repeated to ensure maximum impact: 

  • Understanding performance – identifying demands and key performance indicators of the sport
  • Training monitoring – day to day data collection and monitoring
  • Pre-Competition – Opposition analysis, selection and montages
  • In-Competition – video feedback and technical analysis
  • Post event analysis – technical and tactical analysis reporting

All data collected is visualised by our analysts to ensure it aids rather than confuses decision making and can even be used to create future projections of performance. 

Our track record

Our analysts are all ISPAS (International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport) accredited and hold up to date UKAD advisor certificates. Members of the team have been selected for roles at major events including Commonwealth and Olympic Games and European Championships. 

Working holistically

The Performance Analysis team work together with all disciplines. All practitioners view footage. This enables strong communication between practitioners ensuring a holistic approach to improving performance. 

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