The Routledge Research in Sports Technology and Engineering series showcases cutting-edge research from this increasingly significant discipline. Featuring the work of established and emerging scientists and practitioners from around the world, this series is an important channel for new and ground-breaking research in technology and engineering for sport.
Edited By José Pino-Ortega, Markel Rico-González
July 23, 2021
The use of technology within sport is well established, most professional sport teams engage in the use of electronic performance and tracking systems. This book is the first to offer a deep and structured examination of these technologies and how they are used in a team sport setting. The Use of ...
Edited By Manuel Armenteros, Anto J. Benitez, Miguel Ángel Betancor
December 02, 2019
For a long time, various different lobbying sectors have claimed that the use of video technology is an effective aid in decision-making. Now the IFAB has taken a historic step in the approval of experiments on the use of video to provide support to football refereeing. The Use of Video ...
Edited By Sharon Dixon, Paul Fleming, Iain James, Matt Carré
December 22, 2016
Sports surface design is crucial for the successful performance of sports skills and the reduction of injury risk. Surfaces have developed from natural materials such as turf, clay and cinder, to synthetic surfaces such as acrylic tennis courts, artificial turf for soccer and synthetic running ...