The validity and reliability of GPS units for measuring distance in team sport specific running patterns.

@article{Jennings2010TheVA,
  title={The validity and reliability of GPS units for measuring distance in team sport specific running patterns.},
  author={Denise Jennings and S. Cormack and A. Coutts and L. Boyd and R. Aughey},
  journal={International journal of sports physiology and performance},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={
          328-41
        }
}
PURPOSE To assess the validity and reliability of distance data measured by global positioning system (GPS) units sampling at 1 and 5 Hz during movement patterns common to team sports. METHODS Twenty elite Australian Football players each wearing two GPS devices (MinimaxX, Catapult, Australia) completed straight line movements (10, 20, 40 m) at various speeds (walk, jog, stride, sprint), changes of direction (COD) courses of two different frequencies (gradual and tight), and a team sport… Expand
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