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Jim’s Sports Lab – supporter of a great cause.

A couple of months back, Jim was approached to use wearables to monitor a casual runner to prepare to run a marathon – the New York Marathon no less. Natalie Merida has made the commitment to run the NY Marathon … Continue reading

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Visiting NIFS in Kanoya, Japan

Towards the end of February Bec Mellifont from the Uni of the Sunny Coast and Jim were invited to Japan by Professor Yuji OHGI of Keio University. OHGI san’s invitation and generosity enabled Bec and Jim to visit the National … Continue reading

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37 years ago….

As Jim woke this morning, and thinking of the day ahead, he realised he was a mere pup at 21 years of age when Richmond last won a premiership. The reflection of the drought since (barring 1982 grand final appearance) … Continue reading

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Jim’s promo for supervision

Charles Darwin University has created a short video that is imbedded in a small blog that also has links to application packs and information about scholarships etc. It even makes Jim look good!!! For anyone interested, watch the video and … Continue reading

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Effective communication

Here is a link to an article from the ABC News website. It talks about the need for doctors and specialists to better communicate with patients. I think it equally applies to us and our need to communicate to our … Continue reading

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261 – inspiring

Who said sport does not give back to society.  This Story of Katherine Switzer is an excellent example in many ways. The other thing about this ABC news story is that I had forgotten it was not all that long … Continue reading

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Jim streams from Japan

Over the past week, Jim has been in Kanoya, Japan as a guest of the National Institute of Fitness and Sports (NIFS). While here he streamed one of his CDU lectures live back to Australia. With the expert help of … Continue reading

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