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Unpacking the Black Box: Applications and Considerations for Using GPS Devices in Sport
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Athlete-tracking devices that include global positioning system (GPS) and microelectrical mechanical system (MEMS) components are now commonplace in sport research and practice. These devices provide large amounts of data that are used to inform decision making on athlete training and performance. However, the data obtained from these devices are often provided without clear explanation of how these metrics are obtained. At present, there is no clear consensus regarding how these data should bedoi:10.1123/ijspp.2016-0236 pmid:27736244 fatcat:5oj573ugxfg4lprtifc7zccwsi