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Poster presented at the SPIN Summit featuring GENEActiv

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GENEActiv are pleased to see our waterproof accelerometer being used by students at the University of Regina. M. V. Barber & J. M. Barden from the Neuromechanical Research Centre at the University of Regina recently presented a poster on their research ‘Determination of continuous body roll angle in freestyle swimming using a body-fixed sensor’ at the SPIN Summit, October 1st – 3rd 2012, Vancouver, Canada. The poster is based on preliminary data, with the researchers recently finishing their data collection and in the process of completing their thesis whilst working at the Australian Institute of Sport. Please enjoy the read by viewing the poster attached.

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