Assessment of decision-making performance and in-game physical exertion of Australian football umpires.

@article{Larkin2014AssessmentOD,
  title={Assessment of decision-making performance and in-game physical exertion of Australian football umpires.},
  author={Paul Larkin and Brendan O'Brien and Christopher Mesagno and Jason T Berry and Jack Harvey and Michael Spittle},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 15},
  pages={1446-53}
}
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of in-game physical exertion on decision-making performance of Australian football umpires. Fifteen Australian football umpires (Mage = 36, s = 13.5 years; Mgames umpired = 235.2, s = 151.3) volunteered to participate in the study. During five competitive Australian football pre-season games, measures of in-game physical exertion (blood lactate levels, global positioning system [GPS]) and decision-making performance (video-based test) were… CONTINUE READING
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