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Samuel Ryan, Aaron J. Coutts, Joel Hocking, Patrick A. Dillon, Anthony Whitty and Thomas Kempton

), tall forward (n = 6), and tall back (n = 5). Informed consent and institutional ethics approval were obtained (HREC: 2016-81E). Running output was measured in training and matches by 10-Hz OptimEye S5 global positioning system units (Catapult Sports, Melbourne, VIC, Australia). Each unit was assigned

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Jade A.Z. Haycraft, Stephanie Kovalchik, David B. Pyne and Sam Robertson

these variables across multiple levels of the AFL participation pathway. In addition to physical fitness, match activity profiles are now commonly collected during competition in both junior talent squads and senior elite competition. 6 , 8 – 11 Typically obtained via global positioning system

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Fergus K. O’Connor, Steven E. Stern, Thomas M. Doering, Geoffrey M. Minett, Peter R. Reaburn, Jonathan D. Bartlett and Vernon G. Coffey

Participants used the same global positioning system device (S5; Catapult Sports, Melbourne, Australia) for each session to mitigate interunit measurement errors. 11 Distance covered per minute (in m/min) and percent of total distance completed above 14.4 km/h (percent high-speed running [%HSR]) were selected

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Mohamed S. Fessi, Fayçal Farhat, Alexandre Dellal, James J. Malone and Wassim Moalla

matches. 10 , 11 Common methods include time–motion analysis (such as video 11 and global positioning systems [GPS]), 12 – 14 heart-rate kinetics, 10 , 15 and rating of perceived exertion (RPE). 10 , 16 Usually, GPS technology is used to measure the distance covered or time spent at different running

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Jonathon J.S. Weakley, Dale B. Read, Hugh H.K. Fullagar, Carlos Ramirez-Lopez, Ben Jones, Cloe Cummins and John A. Sampson

end of each bout) during SSGs has not been assessed. Team sport athletes often wear microtechnology devices that contain a global positioning system (GPS) and inertial sensors during training and match play. 15 – 17 These devices are commonly used to monitor training loads and intensities, with

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Alireza Rabbani, Mehdi Kargarfard, Carlo Castagna, Filipe Manuel Clemente and Craig Twist

, 7 External load is usually monitored by global positioning system (GPS) technology, 8 whereas internal load can be quantified objectively using HR 6 and subjectively using the session rating of perceived exertion (sRPE). 9 For a measure of training load to be valid, it is important to establish

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Grégoire P. Millet and Kilian Jornet

is using a global positioning system HR monitor (Spartan Ultra; Suunto, Vantaa, Finland). During the preacclimatization period prior traveling to the Himalayas, he used a hypoxic tent (Hypoxico, New York, NY) for sleeping and a mask system (Hypoxico) for indoor training in NH either on ergocycle or

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Levi Frehlich, Christine Friedenreich, Alberto Nettel-Aguirre, Jasper Schipperijn and Gavin R. McCormack

measure of geographical location. Recent studies have captured location specific physical activity through the use of Global Position Systems (GPS) monitors usually linked via time stamp with accelerometer data ( Jansen et al., 2018 ; Troped, Wilson, Matthews, Cromley, & Melly, 2010 ). GPS linked

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Georgia M. Black, Tim J. Gabbett, Richard D. Johnston, Geraldine Naughton, Michael H. Cole and Brian Dawson

performances were measured using Global Positioning System (GPS) units across 1 competitive season. Matches were comprised of 4 × 20-minute quarters with no time-on added to the game clock. The dichotomization of data was completed into 3 phases. First, each player’s data were categorized into 3 different

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Paul G. Montgomery and Brendan D. Maloney

, particularly in field-based sports, where access to global positioning system (GPS) information is not a limiting factor. Combined with inertial-sensor data, wearable technology can assist in defining the external loads players experience during training and competition. Traditionally, basketball, as an indoor