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Science and Engineering Conference on Sports Innovations (SECSI)
Friday April 8, 2016: Present Science and Engineering Conference on Sports Innovations (SECSI)
2 Science and Engineering Conference on Sport Innovations (SECSI) Organisers: Prof. dr. Frans van der Helm, TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute Prof. dr. Geert Savelsbergh, Amsterdam Institute of Sport Science (AISS) Facts: When: Friday 8th April 2016 Time: 9.00-­‐18.00 Where: Auditorium and room 5A.33 Main building VU, Amsterdam Conference language: English Aim: bring together scientific research with respect to sport and sport innovation Registration and Fee: Registration Link: http://goo.gl/forms/dWhn645ZzM Fee: 75 euro including lunch and drinks . The registration fee will have to be paid by 1 of April. Pay: Account Vrije Universiteit, Department Human Movement Sciences Deutsche Bank, postbus 20710, 1001 NS Amsterdam IBAN NL38DEUT0487812123 Reference: Ordernumber: 2514303 3G/Conference SECSI (please mention reference!) Local organising committee Stacey Angel (VU) Dr. Daan Bregman, TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute Neal Damen, MSc (AISS) Patricia van Rijn, (VU) Anoek van Vlaanderen, Msc, TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute Scientific committee: Prof. dr. M. van Bottenburg, University of Utrecht Prof. dr. A.C. Brombacher, TU Eindhoven Prof. dr. F.C.T. van der Helm, TU Delft Prof. Dr. H.J. van den Herik, Leiden University & University of Tilburg prof.dr.ir. H.F.J.M. Koopman, University of Twente Prof. dr. K.A.P.M. Lemmink, UMCG Prof. dr. l. van Loon, Maastricht University Dr. A. Nieuwenhuys, Radboud University Dr. J. Stubbe, HVA & Codarts Prof. dr. G.J.P. Savelsbergh, VU, HVA Dr. S.I. de Vries, HHS Dr. N. van Veldhoven, NOC-­‐NSF, Windsheim Dr. E. Verhagen, VUMC Prof. dr. S. Vos, Fontys & TU Eindhoven 3 Program 9.00-­‐9.15 Welcome and registration 09.15-­‐09.25 Opening in Auditorium by Frans van der Helm & Geert Savelsbergh 09.30-­‐10.45 Part 1: Football (A) and Monitoring Performance I (B) 10.45-­‐11.15 Break 11.15-­‐12.15 Part 2: Ball sports I (A) and Innovative sport designs (B) 12.15-­‐13.00 Lunch and posters 13.00-­‐13.45 Key note prof. dr. S. Haake (A) 14.00-­‐15.00 Part 3: Ball sports II (A) and Cyclic sport (B) 15.00-­‐15.30 Break 15.30-­‐16.45 Part 4: Running (A) and Monitoring Performance II (B) 16.45-­‐17.30 Poster and drinks There will be contributions from Australia, Belgium, China, Netherlands, Turkey and UK 4 Detailed Program Program structure Room A is Auditorium Room B is 5A.33 (5th floor) 09.15-­‐09.25 Opening in Auditorium by Frans van der Helm & Geert Savelsbergh 09.30-­‐10.45 Part 1 (session 1A and 1B) Session 1A ‘Football‘ in Auditorium Chair: prof.dr. Koen Lemmink University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands 9.30-­‐9.45 Quantification of in season training load and comparison to match load in elite football players using a local position measurement (LPM) system. 1,2
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Tom G.A. Stevens* , Cornelis J. de Ruiter , Geert J.P. Savelsbergh , Peter J. Beek 1 Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 Football Club Ajax Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Faculty of Nutrition and Sport, University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. * [email protected] 9.45-­‐10.00 Tactical team performance in elite-­‐standard youth soccer during small-­‐sided games. 1
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1 Olthof, S.B.H. , Frencken, W.G.P.
, Lemmink, K.A.P.M.
1 Center for Human Movement Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, 2 School for Sport Studies, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands, 3 Football Club Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. 10.00-­‐10.15 Self-­‐controlled video feedback on tactical skills in soccer. Mariëtte J. J. van Maarseveen*, Raôul R. D. Oudejans and Geert J. P. Savelsbergh Department of Human Movement Sciences Vrije Universiteit, MOVE Research Institute, Amsterdam The Netherlands. *[email protected] 5 10.15-­‐10.30 The effects of fatigue on decision making, motivation, and sprint capacity in a soccer interception task. Jeroen C.M. Barte*, Arne Nieuwenhuys, Sabine A.E. Geurts, Michiel, A.J. Kompier Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. * [email protected] 10.30-­‐10.45 How useful is an online tool to monitor stress and recovery in talented athletes? Feasibility study of using MATCH by athletes, trainers, coaches and health professionals. 1,2
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A. Richardson* , J.H. Stubbe
1 Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Sports and Nutrition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 University of the Arts, Codarts, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Amsterdam Institute of Sport Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Session 1B ‘Monitoring Performance I’ in 5A.33 Chair: prof. dr. Steven Vos Eindhoven University of Technology and Fontys University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. 9.30-­‐9.45 Prevent your next ankle sprain: effectiveness of ‘the strengthen your ankle’ app and booklet. 1
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MSc. Miriam van Reijen* , Ingrid Vriend Department of Public & Occupational Health, EMGO+ Institute, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 Consumer Safety Institute VeiligheidNL, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 9.45-­‐10.00 What do sports physicians consider important for timely signaling of overuse wrist injuries in young athletes? – Development of the SOS-­‐WRIST app – 1
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Laura S. Kox, MD* , P. Paul F.M. Kuijer, PhD , Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs , MD, PhD, 1
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Mario Maas, MD,PhD , Monique H.W. Frings-­‐Dresen, PhD Academic Medical Center – University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1 Department of Radiology, 2 Coronel Institute of Occupational Health, 3 Department of Orthopedics. * [email protected] 6 10.00-­‐10.15 Evaluation of elasticity and stability of the ‘smart rings’ apparatus under different damping conditions. 1
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Pluk, A.H.M.* , Aarts, M.J.J.J. 1 Royal Dutch Gymnastics Federation (KNGU), Beekbergen, The Netherlands, 2 InnoSportLab -­‐
Hertogenbosch – Innovation in Gymnastics , Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. * [email protected] 10.15-­‐10.30 It’s a thin line a guide to advanced imaging of physeal stress injury of the wrist. Laura S. Kox, MD*, Aart J. Nederveen, PhD, Valentina Mazzoli, MSc, Jos Oudeman, MD, Rick L. van Steenkiste, MD, Mario Maas, MD, PhD Academic Medical Center – University of Amsterdam, Department of Radiology , Amsterdam, The Netherlands. * [email protected] 10.30-­‐10.45 “Hawkeye” for gymnastics? Automatic evaluation of hold time in still rings exercises during the european championships gymnastics 2014. 1
2 Aarts, M.J.J.J.* , Pluk, A.H.M.
1 InnoSportLab ‘s-­‐Hertogenbosch – Innovation in Gymnastics, ‘s-­‐Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 2 Royal Dutch Gymnastics Federation (KNGU), Beekbergen, The Netherlands. *[email protected]
Web page: www.innosportlabs-­‐hertogenbosch.nl 10.45-­‐11.15 Break. 7 11.15-­‐12.15 Part 2 (session 2A and 2B) Session 2A ‘Ball Sports I’ in Auditorium Chair: prof.dr. Aarnout Brombacher Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands 11.15-­‐11.30 Can Perceptuo-­‐Motor Skills Assessment Outcomes in Young Table Tennis Players (7-­‐11 years) Predict Future Competition Participation and Performance? An Observational Prospective Study.
Irene R. Faber
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Marije T. Elferink-­‐Gemser
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Niels R. Faber
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, Frits. G. J. Oosterveld , Maria W. G. 2
Nijhuis-­‐Van der Sanden 1 Faculty of Physical Activity and Health, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Enschede, The Netherlands, 2 IQ Healthcare, Radboud Institute for Health Sciences, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 3 International Table Tennis Federation, Lausanne, Switzerland, 4 Institute for Studies in Sports and Exercise, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Nijmegen , The Netherlands, 5 Center for Human Movement Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, 6 International Business School, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands, 7 Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 11.30-­‐11.45 Differences between ball possession and game states in relation to field position in wheelchair basketball. de Witte, A.M.H. *
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, Hoozemans, M.J.M. , Berger M.A.M. , van der Woude, L.H.V. ,Veeger, 2,3
H.E.J. 1 The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2 Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, 4 University Medical Centre Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 8 11.45-­‐12.00 Effect of holding a racket on propulsion technique of wheelchair tennis players. 1
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4 Jorine Koopman , Femke Bos , Sonja de Groot , Monique Berger , Aldo Hoekstra , Riemer Vegterd
1 Human Kinetic Technology, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2 Amsterdam Rehabilitation Research Center | Reade, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Royal Dutch Lawn Tennis Association, Almere, The Netherlands, 4 University of Groningen, UMCG, Groningen, The Netherlands, Center for Human Movement Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands. 12.00-­‐12.15 The development of a holistic testing battery for talent identification in field hockey. 1
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Ewout Timmerman * , Geert Savelsbergh and Damian Farrow* 1 Victoria University and Hockey Australia Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 2 Vrije Universiteit and University of Applied Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Victoria University and Australian Institute of Sport Melbourn, Melbourne, Australia. *[email protected], [email protected] Session 2B ‘Innovative sport designs’ in 5A.33 Chair: prof. dr. Maarten van Bottenburg Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. 11.15-­‐11.30 Innovations in public-­‐private partnerships in the realization of multifunctional sportaccommodations. Maikel Waardenburg*, Sofie van den Hombergh, Maarten van Bottenburg Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 11.30-­‐11.45 Run! Developing a high tech running path in the park. 1,2
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Carl Megens* Ineke Neutelings , Bastiaan van Hout , Mark Janssen , Steven Vos 1 Eindhoven University of Technology – Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2 Fontys University of Applied Sciences – School of Sport Studies, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 9 11.45-­‐12.00 Technological doping? Responsible innovation in sport engineering. Filippo Santoni de Sio* Delft University of Technology, department values, technology, and innovation, section ethics of technology, Delft, The Netherlands. *[email protected] Web page:www. filipposantoni.net 12.00-­‐12.15 Using spatial augmented reality to improve efficiency and effectiveness of physical education. Danića Mast*, Michel Bosman*, Sanne de Vries* The Hague University of Applied Science Research Group Healthy Lifestyle in a Supporting Environment, The Hague, The Netherlands. *[email protected], [email protected], [email protected] 12.15-­‐13.00 Lunch buffet with poster session. 10 13.00-­‐13.45 Key Note in Auditorium. Engineering sport: how do you know it works, where is it going and isn’t it just cheating? prof. dr. Steven Haake Chair: prof. dr. Frans van der Helm Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Science, engineering and technology have been used for millennia to improve sporting performance. While sports science seeks to improve the useful power output of the athlete, sports engineering aims to minimise or eradicate wasteful energy losses that slow us down. Some technologies obviously work: starting blocks in running, dimpled golf balls, carbon fibre vaulting poles. But there are others that are a little more tenuous. String savers for tennis rackets, matched golf shafts, power bands. This keynote will look at some of the advances that engineering has brought to sport and ask the question, does it really work? If it does, isn’t it just cheating? And where should the technologists working in sport go next? 14.00-­‐15.00 Part 3 (Session 3A and 3B) Session 3A Ball sports II in Auditorium Chair: prof. dr. Peter Beek Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 14.00-­‐14.15 The effect of leg preference on dynamic stability in healthy football players. 1
Ricardo Okhuijsen* , Maarten Prins
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, Tim Hordijk , Frans Steenbrink , Christiaan Kruiswijk , Edwin 1
Goedhart , Jaap van Dieën , Idsart Kingma 1 Vrije Universiteit, Department of Human Movement Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 Military Rehabilitation Centre ‘Aardenburg’, Research and Development, Doorn, The Netherlands, 3 Motek Medical BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4 Dutch National Football Association Sports Medical Centre, Zeist, The Netherlands. * [email protected] 11 14.15-­‐14.30 The role of pelvis and thorax rotation velocity in baseball pitching. 1
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Erik van der Graaff* , Marco Hoozemans , Martijn Nijhoff , Michael Davidson , Merel Hoezen , 1,4
Dirkjan Veeger
1 Department of Human Movement Sciences, MOVE Research Institute, Vrije Universiteit , Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 KNBSB, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands, 3 Manual Fysion, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4 Department of Biomechanical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands.
*[email protected]
14.30-­‐14.45 Gaze and head tracking when the world’s best batters hit a ball. 1
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David L Mann * , Wayne Spratford , Bruce Abernethy 1, Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 University of Canberra, Australian Institute of Sport, Australia, 3, The University of Queensland, Australia. *[email protected] 14.45-­‐15.00 Longitudinal changes in shoulder rom and strength in association with ball-­‐throwing speed in elite youth baseball pitchers. 1
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van Dis,F.* , Hoozemans, M.J.M. , van der Graaff, E. , Veeger, H.E.J. 1 Department of Human Movement Sciences, MOVE Research Institute, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 Department of Biomechanical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Material Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 12 Session 3B ‘Cyclic sport’ in 5A.33 Chair: dr. Daan Bregman Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands 14.00-­‐14.15 Improving the algoritm of the activ8 activity monitor for energy expenditure during walking and running: a stepwise approach. 1
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Joost Oomen* Dennis Arts , Steven Vos
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1 School of Sport Studies, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, The Netherlands,
2 Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 14.15-­‐14.30 Gamification-­‐based feedback app for crowdsourced monitoring of recreational cycling and running loops. S. Verstockt*, K. Baker, K. De Mey, J. Stragier Ghent University – iMinds, Data Science Lab, Ghent, Belgium. *[email protected] 14.30-­‐14.45 Why is one cyclist so much faster in descent than another? 1
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A. L. Schwab* , Niels Lommers , Teun van Erp 1 Biomechanical Engineering Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, 2 Team Giant-­‐
Alpecin, Deventer, The Netherlands. 14.45-­‐15.00 An examination of elite female athlete retention in rowing. 1
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Dr Popi Sotiriadou , Dr Donna de Haan* 1 Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia, 2 International Sports, Management and Business, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 13 15.00-­‐15.30 Break. 15.30-­‐16.45 Part 4 (Session 4A and 4B) Session 4A ‘Running’ in Auditorium Chair: dr. Cees Vervoorn Faculty of Sports and Nutrition, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam 15.30-­‐15.45 Using big data to analyze the effect of wind velocity on athletics performance. Maxim Moinat*, Otto Fabius, Kaj S. Emanuel
VU University Medical Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 15.45-­‐16.00 Algorithm for real-­‐time stride detection with unconstrained sensor placement. B.T van Oeveren*, C.J. de Ruiter, P.J. Beek, S.M.Rispens, J.H. van Dieën MOVE Research Institute Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 16.00-­‐16.15 Designing a smartphone application which provides personalized guidance and feedback for novice runners. 1
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Jos Goudsmit* , Mark Janssen , Coen Lauwerijssen , Aarnout Brombacher , Steven Vos 1 Fontys University of Applied Sciences – School of Sport Studies, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2 Eindhoven University of Technology – Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 3 2M Engineering Ltd., Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 14 16.15-­‐16.30 Leg stiffness regulation during running with a lower limb running-­‐specific prosthesis. Han Houdijk*, Laura Oudenhoven, Judith Boes, Gert Faber, Laura Hak MOVE Research Institute Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 16.30-­‐16.45 App use, physical activity and healthy lifestyle: a cross sectional study. 1,2
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Joan M. Dallinga* , Laurence Alpay , Harmen Bijwaard , Marije Baart de la Faille-­‐ Deutekom 1 Faculty of Sports and Nutrition, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2 Faculty of Health, Sports and Social Work, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem, The Netherlands. *[email protected] Session 4B ‘Monitoring Performance II’ in 5A.33 Chair: dr. Arne Nieuwenhuys Behavioural Science Institute (BSI), Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 15.30-­‐15.45 The impact of training load on sleep parameters in elite athletes. 1
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M. Knufinkea* , A. Nieuwenhuys , S.A.E. Geurts , E. Møst , T.R.M. Leufkens , K.Maase , M.H. 3
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Moen , A.M.L. Coenen , M.A.J. Kompier 1 Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2 Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 3 Netherlands Olympic Committee* Netherlands Sports Federation, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 4 Donders Center for Cognition, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 15 15.45-­‐16.00 New methods for mobility performance measurement in wheelchair basketball. 1,2
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2 Van Der Slikke, R.M.A.* , Berger M.A.M. , Bregman, D.J.J. , Veeger, H.E.J.
1 The Hague University of Applied Sciences; Faculty for Health, Nutrition & Sports; Johanna, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2 Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 16.00-­‐16.15 Motor development in elementary school children: the need for a motor screening instrument for physical education teachers. W.G. van Kernebeek, A.W. de Schipper, G.J.P. Savelsbergh , H.M. Toussaint Faculty of Sports and Nutrition Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 16.15-­‐16.30 Reliability and validity of an athletic skills track to assess motor competence among 4-­‐ to 12-­‐year old children in physical education. 1,3
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Joris Hoeboer * , Michiel (M.) Krijger-­‐Hombergen , Geert Savelsbergh , Sanne de Vries 1 Faculty of Health, Nutrition & Sport, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2 Faculty of Behaviour and Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 MOVE Research Institute Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 16.30-­‐16.45 Explicit and implicit motor learning in practice. 1
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S.J.M. van Cappellen* , E.A.M. van Casteren , B. Steenbergen , F. van Abswoude J. van der Kamp , 3 E. Boers 1 Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2 Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Kennispraktijk, Ede, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 16.45-­‐17.30 Drinks with poster session. 16 Posters 1. TanGO: a research data managment system to measure motor abilities in an educational setting. Antoine W. de Schipper*, W.G. van Kernebeek, G.J.P. Savelsbergh, H.M. Toussaint Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
* [email protected] 2. Research on training situation of women hockey reserve talents in jiangsu province China. 1
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Dongjin Xian* , Jinfeng Chen 1 School of Physical Education, Changzhou University, Jiangsu, China, 2 Academy for Leisure, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Breda, The Netherlands.
*[email protected] 3. Is working memory associated with explicit learning in children with low motor abilities? 1
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F. van Abswoude* , J. van der Kamp , B. Steenbergen 1 Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2 Vrije Universiteit , Amsterdam, The Netherlands. *[email protected] 4. System for flow visualization in swimming. Josje van Houwelingen, Willem van de Water, Rudie P.J. Kunnen, GertJan F. van Heijst, Herman J.H. Clercx Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, University of Technology Eindhoven, Dept. of Physics, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 5. Shapes-­‐from-­‐silhouettes based 3D reconstruction for athlete evaluation during exercising. 1
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2 Maarten Slembrouck∗ , Dimitri Van Cauwelaert , Peter Veelaert , Wilfried Philips
1 TELIN dept. IPI/iMinds, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium , 2 TELIN dept. IPI/iMinds, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium. ∗[email protected] 17 6. Crew coordination and boat movements at different stroke rates. 1
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1 Laura S. Cuijpers* , Pedro J.M. Passos , Alexander Hoogerheide , Harjo J. De Poel
1 Center for Human Movement Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, 2 Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, 3 School of Communication, Media and IT, Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, 4 Time Team Regatta Systems. *[email protected] 7. Metrisquare: a multidisciplinary platform for sports related cognitive assessment. Hendriks M.P.H, Vaessen B. ???????????????????????????? 8. Analysis of sport federations in turkey on innovation management. Oğuzhan Altungül*, Sebahattin Devecioglu* Firat University, Faculty of Sports Sciences Elazig, Turkey. *[email protected], [email protected] 18 

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