Archive for Category: "Events & Conferences"

The Video Analyst Webinar 3 – Jamie Hamilton

The Video Analyst Webinar 3 – Jamie Hamilton

Jamie Hamilton – Performance Analyst Canterbury Crusaders Super 15 rugby will join me for the 3rd Webinar in our Series. You can check out Webinar 1 with Brian Prestidge from Bolton Wanderers here  And the second Webinar with Ravi from Seattle Sounders.  Jamie was a professional rugby player with the Leicester Tigers before becoming their Performance […]

Prozone at Science and Football Conference

Prozone at Science and Football Conference

Just wanted to bring to your attention some really interesting talks that have been uploaded to the Prozone Sports website recently. At last month’s Science + Football Conference Prozone hosted a series of presentations and discussions as part of the Prozone Performance.Lab. Showcasing cutting-edge analytical theory and research in football, the talks provided an insight into some of the […]

The Video Analyst Webinar #2 Ravi Seattle Sounders

The Video Analyst Webinar #2 Ravi Seattle Sounders

Had a great chat with Ravi Ramineni in the second of our Video Analyst Webinar series. Ravi is in-charge of data collection, data integration, modeling and analysis of Sounders FC performance data from practices and matches. He works as a part of the Sports Science & Performance staff under Dave Tenney Performance Manager,  providing the […]

The Video Analyst Webinar 2 – Ravi Ramineni

The Video Analyst Webinar 2 – Ravi Ramineni

I’m delighted to announce the second Video Analyst Webinar in the series. The first with Brian Prestidge of Bolton FC was really well received and I’m sure this one will be the same. Here is the link you will need to register and attend the event. https://plus.google.com/events/c37r7tn92mhtuucbk3oqt3g9e28 About Ravi Ravi is in-charge of data collection, data […]

Football and Data Conference – 21st May 2014

Football and Data Conference – 21st May 2014

Analysis Marketing are running their second “Football and Data Conference – Use of Data Analysis On and Off the Field” on Wednesday 21st May in The Courtrooms, Browns St Martins Lane in London. The conference will be taking a further look at the interaction between football and data. They’ll be taking a look back at […]

Performance Analysis Webinar Brian Prestidge

Performance Analysis Webinar Brian Prestidge

Last week I hosted the first (of hopefully a series) of webinar’s with Brian Prestidge, Head of Analytical Development at Bolton Wanderers. Bolton are one of the pioneers of analytics thanks mainly to Sam Allardyce and the staff and culture he left behind. It was an absolute please that Brian was the first one up, […]

Sports Analytics Conference Season

Sports Analytics Conference Season

There is a lot happening in Sports Analytics at the moment. The Geekfest that is Sloan Sports Analytics has just ended but this side of the Atlantic the big conferences are happening in the next few months. I thought it would be a good idea to have a round-up of everything that is going. Science […]

3 Lessons From the Opta Pro Forum

3 Lessons From the Opta Pro Forum

Thursday 6th saw the first Opta Pro Forum (#optaproforum). A mix of clubs, bloggers, stattos and exectutives were present to hear 9 presenters take to the stage and present their research findings. The 9 presenters had to beat off some stiff competition to get to the stage. Judged by Ian Graham (Liverpool FC Director of […]

Sports Analytics London Conference

Sports Analytics London Conference

“Winning in Sports Through Performance Analysis” With a title like that it’s hard to look beyond this conference. They have also lined up some of the best speakers this side of the Atlantic. By all accounts this was a great conference last year and really looks like a rival to the Sloan Conference which I […]

Sports Analytics Innovation Summit

Sports Analytics Innovation Summit

Just before the Christmas break I wrote about the need for clubs to invest in people not things and for you to invest in yourself. While I’m not a big lover of conferences they are the most popular method of development. Often it’s the conversations had in corridors before and after the talks that are […]