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Competition Analysis in Orienteering (on a Wiki)

August 13, 2010


Through work at the moment I am being exposed more and more to wikis and what they offer. It seems to me a great way of developing resources for orienteering. In particular it would be a great place to develop very large documents such as guidelines on event management. It could also be tremendously useful […]

What’s in a name? – marketing a university course

December 15, 2009


One of the discussions we have within our group at the moment is what should we name one of our courses. Historically it has been named Bachelor of Coaching Science, but the recent suggestion has been to rename it to Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (I will refer to that generally as ESS). Importantly, […]

2x Sport-Based PhD Scholarships – CYCLING “Olympic Coach Focus”

November 17, 2009


Courtesy of the AIS Two unique and exciting opportunities have been created for academically strong applicants with a passion for sport science research and an ambition to become an Olympic or Professional cycling coach. Each Industry‐Based PhD Scholarship will combine a scientifically challenging research program (conforming to the academic requirements of a leading Australian University) […]