School of Sport and Health Sciences
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Dr. Graydon teaches across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules within the area of Sport, Exercise & Nutritional Sciences. Having completed an undergraduate degree in Sport Technology and a PhD on the effects of ankle protectors on lower-limb kinematics of association football players, both at the University of Central Lancashire, he has a keen interest in the development of equipment to reduce the risk of injuries in sport. His main research area focuses on reducing the risk of ankle inversion injuries, but his wider interests in sport technology and engineering have led him to be involved with equine surface testing amongst other projects. Robert is an active member of the Athena swan self-assessment team for the school as well as running the college liaison for the department and is also involved with public engagement events run by the University.
Graydon, Robert William, Fewtrell, David John, Atkins, Stephen and Sinclair, Jonathan Kenneth (2017) The effects of Ankle Protectors on Lower Limb Kinematics in male football players. A comparison to Braced and Unbraced Ankles. Comparative Exercise Physiology . pp. 1-8. ISSN 1755-2540
Graydon, Robert William, Fewtrell, David John, Atkins, Stephen and Sinclair, Jonathan Kenneth (2015) The test-retest reliability of different ankle joint center location techniques. Foot and ankle online journal, 1 (11). ISSN 1941-6806
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