Journal of Athletic EnhancementISSN: 2324-9080

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Christopher Carling

Christopher Carling
University of Central Lancashire, UK

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Christopher Carling has over 15 years work in elite sport related to Performance Analysis, Sports Science, Sports Medicine, Technology & the Internet. Carling obtained his doctoral degree (PhD) in Sports Science. Carling has been part of a sports science team in an English Premier League Championship winning club & Championship/Cup double winning club in French League 1. He has extensive experience working for several high-profile sports environments: Lille OSC Football Club (French top-flight): 8th season (1 League title + 1 domestic Cup, 3 CL participations in my time working at club as Sports Scientist), Manchester Utd FC: 4th season (2 League titles + 1 Charity Shield in my time working for club as match analysis consultant), Clairefontaine National Football Centre (France) (5 year injury research programme with medical centre), Sport-Universal Process (Development of AMISCO Pro match analysis system, France) (3 years), French National Institute for Elite Sports Performance (Coaching/athlete education, 4 years). Carling is also currently working part-time as a Senior Research Fellow for the Institute of Coaching & Performance at the University of Central Lancashire, UK & have previously worked in the Internet Department for Eurosport Television France. He had Co-authorship of two books & 5 book chapters on performance assessment for sport & have published ~50 international peer reviewed sports science / sports medicine research papers including 4 review articles, Editorial Advisory Board Member for Journal of Sports Sciences, section Editor (Football) Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, Article reviewer for >10 international sports science/medicine journals.

Research Interest

Medical and scientific research into elite player performance, Match performance data collection, analysis & presentation, Information Technology applied to elite sports performance, Research, conception & testing of computerised game analysis systems for the evaluation of performance in professional team sports.


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