First Online: 19 December Introduction Performance analysis is an essential element of elite sports success, whereby teams and coaches continuously strive for ways to improve performance and maximise opportunities for success. The use of performance analysis PA is thought to be essential to both athletes and coaches to ensure consistent success rates in competition SINI N.
Higher Value Performance Data Previously performance analysis has been limited due to biological data not being readably available for analysis. Increased Value for the Athlete Player performance statistics have played an increasingly prevalent role in the renegotiations of contracts and salaries Socolow Deskilling of an Athlete There are concerns that the use of engineering in sports more generally may deskill athletes, creating a greater reliance on the technology James ; Magdalinski ; Miah and generate negative connotations for both the athlete, and the sport more generally James Improved Safety in Sport The development of sports engineering has been a significant driving force behind the development of safety in sport.
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