Biomechanics of high performance sport (emphasis on rowing)
Feedback Equipment in Sport Biomechanics
The Canadian Sport Centre Ontario
Rowing Canada Aviron
University of Constance (Germany)
Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand)
Ontario Coach of the Year, 1993
President’s Award, Rowing Canada Aviron, 1998
Award of Merit, FISA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés Aviron, International Rowing Federation), 1998
3M Coach of the Year, Rowing, 2001
Coach of the Year, Canadian University Rowing Association, 2006, 2007
President’s Award from the Canadian University Rowing Association, Nov. 2011
International Achievement Award, Rowing Canada Aviron, Jan. 2013
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, Jan. 2013
Contributing Writer, Rowing News
Assistant National Team Coach - Rowing Canada Aviron
McDonnell, L.K., Hume, P.A. & Nolte, V. (2012). Sprint kayaking stroke rate reliability, variability and validity of the digitrainer accelerometer compared to GoPro video measurement. In E. J. Bradshaw, A. Burnett & P. A. Hume (Eds.), Scientific Proceedings of the 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. Melbourne: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 316-319.
McDonnell, L.K., Hume, P. A. & Nolte, V. (2012). An observational model for biomechanical assessment of sprint kayaking technique. Sports Biomechanics, 11, 507-523.
McDonnell, L.K., Hume, P.A. & Nolte, V. (2013). A deterministic model based on evidence for the associations between kinematic variables and sprint kayak performance. Sports Biomechanics, 12(3), 205-220.
McDonnell, L.K., Hume, P.A., & Nolte, V. (2013). Place time consistency and stroke rates required for success in K1 200-m sprint kayaking elite competition. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, 13, 38-50.