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The World's First Study of International Netball Umpiring

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Coverage of Tom Webb and his four-year research project, the world's first study of international netball umpiring

Period11 Jul 2019 → 21 Oct 2019

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TitleHow do you solve the problem of no Maria Folau?
Media name/outletNews Room
Media typeWeb
CountryNew Zealand
Date21/10/19
DescriptionArticle that highlights a world-first study of international umpires that was carried out at the Netball World Cup by the university to improve the development of umpiring, collecting data on umpire fitness, decision-making and performance
Producer/AuthorSuzanne McFadden
URLhttps://www.newsroom.co.nz/2019/10/21/869654/how-do-you-solve-the-problem-of-no-maria#
PersonsThomas Webb
TitleSilver Ferns future: Five issues the world champions must address
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletStuff.co.nz
Media typeWeb
CountryNew Zealand
Date21/10/19
DescriptionReport on New Zealand's netball squad, the Silver Ferns, mentions Tom Webb's research, a world-first study of international netball umpires
Producer/AuthorSuzanne McFadden
URLhttps://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/netball/silver-ferns/116761756/silver-ferns-future-five-issues-the-world-champions-must-address
PersonsThomas Webb
TitleBBC Solent Interview
Degree of recognitionRegional
Media name/outletBBC Solent
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/07/19
DescriptionInterview with Tom Webb about his four-year research project, the world's first study of international netball umpiring
Producer/AuthorBBC
URLtiny.cc/z57r9y
PersonsThomas Webb

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