About the Author
Mike Hughes is Emeritus Professor of Sport and Exercise Science, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK. He is the founder and now President of ISPAS (International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport); President of the International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport Asia; Member of the Coordination Council, and Chair of the Performance Analysis Group for the International Network of Sport and Health Science. He has four International Journal Editorial Board positions. He has published over 200 papers, over 24 books, organised 25 international conferences, and is a frequent keynote speaker. He is also a consultant to NGB's - for squash, rugby, hockey, soccer and badminton - EIS, PGIR. His accreditations include Level 5 by ISPAS; BASES Accredited 'Sport and Exercise Scientist'. He is a Level IV squash coach, has coached English and Welsh national squads, and GB University squash squad. He founded the International Journal of Performance Analysis of Sport. His research interests include analysis of sports performance, analysis of coaching behaviour, developing methodologies in notational analysis, modelling of sports performance, dynamic systems and momentum in sport and Performance profiling.Ian M. Franks PhD is Professor Emeritus at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. He now specializes in the neural control of skillful movement in his Motor Learning and Control Laboratory at the School of Kinesiology, UBC. Since joining UBC in 1980 he has published over 150 refereed research articles, 22 book chapters and five books in the areas of Sport Analysis, Skill Acquisition and Movement Control.Henriette Dancs is a Professor in the Institute of Sport Sciences at Szombathely, Eoetvoes Lorand University, Hungary. Professor Dancs has more than 30 years' academic experience involved in wide range of different academic activities in Hungary and in abroad (Founder/Coordinator and now General Secretary of the International Network on Sport and Health Sciences). She has developed and designed courses and also was involved in the organization of a number of international academic projects (e.g. IPPAS 2000- 2003, an international ISPAS courses) and study programs on the field of Performance Analysis in Sport. Her related lecturing subjects are Perfomance Analysis in Sport, Notational Anaylsis, and Project Management.