Sports Institute Northern Ireland
Dartfish is delighted to have formed a partnership with the Sports Institute Northern Ireland (SINI).
This partnership will allow SINI to further improve the provision of performance analysis in SINI and lead to a more flexible and responsive approach to working in partnership with coaches and athletes, particularly during training camps and international competitions.
SINI will be using Dartfish software across a diverse range of sports, including athletics, archery, basketball and rowing. Dartfish's innovation, combined with SINI's expertise, will allow SINI to find out new and original ways of maximising the performance of the athletes.
SINI has furthermore named Dartfish preferred supplier of video analysis software. Sports Institute Northern Ireland
Dartfish is proud to work in partnership with Marjon University College of Plymouth (UCP), to ensure the university's recognition as a "Centre of Excellence" for the cross-curricular integration of video analysis and digital technology in the Plymouth and Devon regions, as well as throughout the United Kingdom.
By teaming up with Dartfish, UCP Marjon is set to raise the standards and pioneer new and exciting methods in both teaching and learning. UCP Marjon will thus introduce the benefits of video analysis using the Dartfish communication platform to its partner schools in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, unless those schools fall into the catchment area of another Dartfish Academy, as well as to other affiliated partners and national governing bodies. UCP Marjon
University of Bedfordshire
Dartfish is proud to work in partnership with the University of Bedfordshire to ensure the university's recognition as a "Centre of Excellence" for the integration of video analysis and digital technology.
By teaming up with Dartfish, the University of Bedfordshire is making digital video an essential component of teaching and learning in the Physical Education and Sport & Exercise Science departments. Local schools in Bedfordshire will later also gain from their expertise. University of Bedfordshire
Devon Education Services
Devon Curriculum Services has 70 advisers and consultants supporting schools in Devon as well as being involved in educational projects nationally and internationally. It is committed to the value of learning as a life-long process of personal, creative and intellectual development. Devon Curriculum Services works extensively with the Dartfish software in physical education and evaluates how the software can support the integration of ICT in physical education. The DCS ICT and PE team provides methodology and training for schools that want to use the Dartfish software in physical education.
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UK SportUK Sport is the Government agency responsible for maximising British success in the Olympic and Paralympic Games through investing in, and supporting, our most talented athletes. It was established in 1997 following the introduction of the National Lottery - and specifically a change in Lottery legislation in 1996 to allow investment in people as well as facilities. This latter change enabled a systematic programme of investment to be put in place around our best sportsmen and women.The result has been to transform the nation's Olympic and Paralympic fortunes. Great Britain moved from being Olympic also-rans at the Atlanta Games in 1996 to a Top 10 nation in Sydney and Athens. Those results are now the foundations of a move to build a high performance system in this country that is world leading in terms of athlete support, coaching, facilities, training and preparation and delivers lasting success on the international stage.
English Institute of Sport (EIS)The English Institute of Sport is at the forefront of the quiet revolution that will change the face of sport in UK. It is a nationwide network of world class support services, designed to foster the talents of our elite athletes. The range of services supplied by the EIS spans sports science and sports medicine. Support includes applied physiology, biomechanics, medical consultation, medical screening, nutritional advice, performance analysis, psychology, podiatry, strength and conditioning coaching, sports massage and sports vision. The Performance Lifestyle programme provides supplementary career and education advice. The quality of the delivery is assured by the close relationship the EIS is developing with national governing bodies, performance directors, coaches, and the athletes themselves. Almost 2,000 competitors are currently in the EIS system. www.eis2win.com
Leeds Met CarnegieCarnegie Faculty of Sport & Education at Leeds Metropolitan University starts its work with some of the youngest in our society and continues to do so through to adulthood. Within that we work in partnerships and teams. The experience is delivered across teaching, research, volunteering, sport and researching and it’s delivered on the beautiful Headingley campus, in primary and secondary schools, on football pitches, lecture theatres, the Lake District and beyond. Carnegie has consistently delivered an ‘experience’ throughout its history. It’s for this reason that our name is held with such affection by so many of its ex-students. Our mission is to continue to deliver this experience in innovative and exciting ways that are relevant and of value to our stakeholders.
Carnegie and Dartfish have formed a partnership that will enable students, coaches and research staff to accelerate their learning in the area of performance analysis. Carnegie students now have access to world class software during their undergraduate and postgraduate studies that will enable them not only to analyse sports and movement, but also to analyse their own coaching and teaching behaviours. The software is going to enable students across all courses to quantify their teaching and coaching development as well as give our sports coaches an invaluable tool to use with their BUSA and high performance teams in both training and competition environments.
AsicsA new era of sportswear manufacturing began in 1949, when Mr. Onitsuka started Onitsuka Co. Ltd. Looking stunned at post World War II Japan with its huge numbers of homeless children he asked himself: "What can I do to give them a better future?" His love for sports led him to the right answer: That sports would be the best starting point to achieve this goal. ASICS was born. ASICS’ sub-brand Onitsuka Tiger revives the company’s legendary Japanese heritage featuring both casual sports shoes and fashionable apparel for leisure wear.
By offering a wide range of sports footwear, apparel and equipment, the company continued to grow. Up to now, ASICS is the fifth largest brand in the sports shoe market worldwide, and a whole lot of subsidiaries cover the four corners of the world. www.asics.co.uk