Research

Tendon Monitoring (UTC)

  • Management of tendonopathies with Ultrasound Tissue Characterisation Antflick, Myers, sportEx medicine (2014)

  • Effects of tendon viscoelasticity in Achilles tendinosis on explosive performance and clinical severity in athletesWang et al., Scand J Med Sci Sports (2012)
  • The plantaris tendon and Achilles tendinopathyM. N. van Sterkenburg et al, Journal of Anatomy (2011)
  • Tendon response in achilles tendon of australian football players using Ultrasound Tissue CharacterisationS Rosengarten, S I Docking, J T M van Schie, et al., BJSM (2013)
  • The Pain of Tendinopathy: Physiological or Pathophysiological?E. Rio et al., Sports Med (2013)
  • Evaluation of lower leg function in patients with Achilles tendinopathySilbernagel et al., Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc (2006)
  • Achilles Tendinopathy Evaluation and TreatmentSilbernagel (2006)
  • Does One Size Fit All When It Comes to Exercise Treatment for Achilles Tendinopathy?Silbernagel, J Orthop Sports Phys Ther (2014)
  • Continued Sports Activity, Using a Pain- Monitoring Model, During Rehabilitation in Patients With Achilles TendinopathySilbernagel, AJSM (2007)
  • Region-specific differences in Achilles tendon cross-sectional area in runners and non-runners, MagnussonEur J Appl Physiol (2003)
  • Corticosteroid injections, eccentric decline squat training and heavy slow resistance training in patellar tendinopathyKongsgaard, Scand J Med Sci Sports (2009)
  • Full symptomatic recovery does not ensure full recovery of muscle-tendon function in patients with Achilles tendinopathySilbernagel, Br J Sports Med (2007)
  • Excitability at the Motoneuron Pool and Motor Cortex Is Specifically Modulated in Lengthening Compared to Isometric ContractionsGruber et al., Journal of Neurophysiology (2009)
  • Habitual loading results in tendon hypertrophy and increased stiffness of the human patellar tendonCouppe et al., J Appl Physiol (2008)
  • Adaptational responses of the human Achilles tendon by modulation of the applied cyclic strain magnitude Arampatzis, Karamanidis and Albracht, The Journal of Experimental Biology (2007)

Biomechanics

  • Wundersitz D, et al. Classification of team sport activities using a single wearable tracking device. Journal of Biomechanics. 2015.
  • Hulin B, Gabbett T, Kearney S, Corvo A. Physical demands of match-play in successful and less-successful elite rugby league teams. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2014.
  • Stein J, Gabbett T, Townshend A, Dawson B. Physical qualities and activity profiles of sub-elite and recreational Australian football players. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2014.
  • Gabbett T, Walker B, Walker S. Influence of prior knowledge of exercise duration on pacing strategies during game-based activities. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2014.
  • Johnston R, Gabbett T, Walker S, Walker B, Jenkins D. Are three contact efforts really reflective of a repeated high-intensity effort bout? Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2014.
  • Black G, Gabbett T. Repeated high-intensity effort activity in elite and semi-elite rugby league match-play. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2014.
  • Chandler P, Pinder S, Curran J, Gabbett T. Physical demands of training and competition in collegiate netball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2014.
  • Murray N, Gabbett T, Chamari K. Effect of different between-match recovery times on the activity profiles and injury rates of National Rugby League players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2014.
  • Gabbett T, Wheeler A. Predictors of repeated high-intensity effort ability in Rugby League players. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2014.
  • Varley M, Fairweather I and Aughey R. Validity and reliability of GPS for measuring instantaneous velocity during acceleration, deceleration and constant motion. Journal of Sports Sciences. 2012;30(2):121-127
  • Boyd L, Ball K, and Aughey R. The reliability of MinimaxX accelerometers for measuring physical activity in Australian football. I J Sports Phys and Perf. 2011;6(3):311
  • Gabbett T. Quantifying the physical demands of collision sports; does microsensor technology measure what it claims to measure? J Strength and Conditioning Research. 2013;27(8):2319-2322
  • Vickery W, Dascombe B, Baker J, Higham D, Spratford W and Duffield R. Accuracy and reliability of GPS devices for measurement of movement patterns in confined spaces for court-based sports. J Sci Med in Sport. 2013;13(5):523-525
  • Akenhead R, French D, Thompson KG and Hayes P. The acceleration dependent validity and reliability of 10Hz GPS. [published online ahead of print September 16, 2013J Sci and Med in Sport 
  • Coutts A and Duffield R. Validity and reliability of GPS devices for measuring movement demands of team sports. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2010;13(1):133-135
  • Coutts A, Quinn J, Hocking J, Castagna C and Rampinini E. Match running performance in elite Australian rules football. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2010;13(5):543-548
  • Petersen C, Pyne D, Portus M and Dawson B. Validity and reliability of GPS units to monitor cricket-specific movement patterns. I J Sport Phys and Perf. 2009;4:381-393
  • Akenhead R, Hayes P, Thompson K and French D. Diminutions of acceleration and deceleration output during professional football match play. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2013;16(6):556-561.
  • Aughey R. Australian football player work rate: Evidence of fatigue and pacing? I J of Sports Phys and Perf. 2010;5:394-405
  • Aughey R. Widening margin in activity profile between elite and sub-elite Australian football: A case study. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2013;16(4):382-386.
  • Gabbett T. Influence of the opposing team on the physical demands of elite rugby league match play. J Str Cond Res. 2013;27()6):1629-1635
  • Gabbet T. Influence of playing standard on the physical demands of professional rugby league. J Sports Sci. 2013;31(10):1125-1138.
  • Dellaserra C, Gao Y and Ransdell L. Use of integrated technology in team sports: A review of opportunities, challenges and future directions for athletes. [published online ahead of print September 3, 2013J Str Cond Res. 
  • Johnston R, Gibson N, Twist C, Gabbett T, MacNay S and MacFarlane N. Physiological responses to an intensified period of rugby league competition. J Str Cond Res. 2013;27(3):643-654
  • Petersen C, Pyne D, Dawson B, Portus M and Kellett A. Movement patterns in cricket vary by both position and game format. 2010;28(1):45-52
  • Gray A and Jenkins D. Match analysis and the physiological demands of Australian football. Sports Medicine. 2010;40(4):347
  • Gabbett T, Jenkins D and Abernathy B. Physical demands of professional rugby league training and competition using microtechnology. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2012;15(1):80-86
  • Varley M and Aughey R. One minute rolling sampling periods: The most sensitive method for identifying transient fatigue in soccer. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2010;13:e53
  • Petersen C, Pyne D, Portus M, Dawson B and Kellett A. Comparison of Twenty20 game demands in the early season versus the peak competitive season. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2010;12:e115-116
  • Petersen C, Pyne D, Portus M and Dawson B. Comparison of player movement patterns between 1-day and test cricket. J Str Cond Res. 2011;25(5):1368-1373
  • Loader J, Montgomery P, Williams M, Lorenzen C and Kemp J. Classifying training drills based on football movement demands in Australian football. Int J Sport Sci and Coaching. 2012;7(1):57-67
  • Cormack S, Mooney M, Morgan W and McGuigan M. Influence of neuromuscular fatigue on accelerometer load in elite Australian football players. Int J Sport Phys and Perf. 2013;8(4):373
  • Hill-Haas S, Dawson B, Impellizzeri and Coutts A. Physiology of small-sided games training in football: A systematic review. Int J Sports Medicine. 2011;41(3):199-220
  • Boyd L, Ball K and Aughey R. The reliability of MinimaxX accelerometers for measuring physical activity in Australian football. 2010 Asics Conference of Science and Medicine in Sports; 2010 Nov 3-6. J Sci and Med in Sports. 2010;13:e14-e15
  • Dwyer D and Gabbett T. Global positioning system data analysis: Velocity ranges and a new definition of sprinting for field sport athletes. J Str Cond Res. 2012;26(3):818-824
  • Mooney M, O’Brien B, Cormack S, Coutts A, Berry J and Young W. The relationship between physical capacity and match performance in elite Australian football: A mediation approach. J Sci and Med in Sport. 2011;14(5):447-452
  • Mooney M, Cormack S, O’Brien B, Morgan M and McGuigan M. Impact of neuromuscular fatigue on match exercise intensity and performance in elite Australian football. J Str Cond Res. 2013;27(1):166-173
  • Gabbett T, Stein J, Kemp J, Lorenzen C. Relationship between tests of physical qualities and physical match performance in elite rugby league players.  J Str Cond Res. 2013;27(6):1539-1545
  • O’Meara D. Rotation characteristics of elite divers during dry land training. Poster session presented at: 8th Australasian Biomechanics Conference (ABC8); 2011 Nov 28-29; Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra
  • Gabbett T and Seibold A. Relationship between tests of physical qualities, team selection, and physical match performance in semiprofessional rugby league players. J Str Cond Res. 2013; 27(12):3259-3265
  • Harding J, Mackintosh C, Hahn A and James D. Classification of aerial acrobatics in elite half-pipe snowboarding using body mounted inertial sensors:proceedings of the 7th International Sports Engineering Conference, Biarritz, France, 2008 
  • Silk A and Billing D. Development of a valid simulation assessment for a military dismounted assault task. Military Medicine. 2013;178(3):315-319
  • Hewit J, Cronin J and Hume P. Kinematic factors affecting fast and slow straight and change-of-direction acceleration times. J Strength Cond Res. 2013;27(1):69-75
  • Hurst H  et al. GPS-based evaluation of activity profiles in elite downhill mountain biking and the influence of course type. Journal of Science and Cycling, 1(2): 25-32

Inertial Sensor Technology

  • Ahmadi, Amin, François Destelle, Luis Unzueta, David S. Monaghan, Maria Teresa Linaza, Kieran Moran, and Noel E. O’Connor. “3D Human Gait Reconstruction and Monitoring Using Body-Worn Inertial Sensors and Kinematic Modeling.” IEEE Sensors Journal 16, no. 24 (2016): 8823-8831.
  • Ahmadi, Amin, Chris Richter, Noel E. O’Connor, and Kieran Moran. “Automatic detection, extraction and analysis of unrestrained gait using a wearable sensor system.” In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, pp. 2034-2037. IEEE, 2015.
  • Ahmadi, Amin, Edmond Mitchell, Chris Richter, Francois Destelle, Marc Gowing, Noel E. O’Connor, and Kieran Moran. “Toward automatic activity classification and movement assessment during a sports training session.” IEEE Internet of Things Journal 2, no. 1 (2015): 23-32.
  • Mitchell, Edmond, Amin Ahmadi, Noel E. O’Connor, Chris Richter, Evan Farrell, Jennifer Kavanagh, and Kieran Moran. “Automatically detecting asymmetric running using time and frequency domain features.” In Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN), 2015 IEEE 12th International Conference on, pp. 1-6. IEEE, 2015.
  • Moran, Kieran, Amin Ahmadi, Chris Richter, Edmond Mitchell, Jennifer Kavanagh, and Noel O’Connor. “Automatic detection, extraction, and analysis of landing during a training session, using a wearable sensor system.” Procedia Engineering 112 (2015): 184-189.
  • Moran, Kieran, Chris Richter, Evan Farrell, Edmond Mitchell, Amin Ahmadi, and Noel E. O’Connor. “Detection of running asymmetry using a wearable sensor system.” Procedia Engineering 112 (2015): 180-183.
  • Ahmadi, Amin, Francois Destelle, David Monaghan, Noel E. O’Connor, Chris Richter, and Kieran Moran. “A framework for comprehensive analysis of a swing in sports using low-cost inertial sensors.” In SENSORS, 2014 IEEE, pp. 2211-2214. IEEE, 2014.
  • Destelle, François, Amin Ahmadi, Noel E. O’Connor, Kieran Moran, Anargyros Chatzitofis, Dimitrios Zarpalas, and Petros Daras. “Low-cost accurate skeleton tracking based on fusion of kinect and wearable inertial sensors.” In Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2014 Proceedings of the 22nd European, pp. 371-375. IEEE, 2014.
  • Ahmadi, Amin, Edmond Mitchell, Francois Destelle, Marc Gowing, Noel E. O’Connor, Chris Richter, and Kieran Moran. “Automatic activity classification and movement assessment during a sports training session using wearable inertial sensors.” In Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN), 2014 11th International Conference on, pp. 98-103. IEEE, 2014.
  • Gowing, Marc, Amin Ahmadi, François Destelle, David S. Monaghan, Noel E. O’Connor, and Kieran Moran. “Kinect vs. low-cost inertial sensing for gesture recognition.” In International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, pp. 484-495. Springer International Publishing, 2014.

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