Testing under match conditions

Testing under match conditions

Post by dechuck » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:21:54


In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
Bowlers with Suspect
Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing of
the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to set
up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by dechuck » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:23:17


Quote:
> In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> Bowlers with Suspect
> Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
of
> the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
set
> up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on this
would be interesting in a match

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Shripathi Kamat » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:32:04


Quote:



> > In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> > Bowlers with Suspect
> > Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
> of
> > the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> > Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
> set
> > up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on this
> would be interesting in a match

How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean by
"without a shirt on this would be interesting"

--
Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by dechuck » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:34:36



Quote:





> > > In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> > > Bowlers with Suspect
> > > Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical
testing
> > of
> > > the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> > > Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be
to
> > set
> > > up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on this
> > would be interesting in a match

> How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean by
> "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

so ?

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> --
> Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Shripathi Kamat » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:35:56


Quote:







> > > > In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review
of
> > > > Bowlers with Suspect
> > > > Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical
> testing
> > > of
> > > > the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> > > > Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it
be
> to
> > > set
> > > > up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> > > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on
this
> > > would be interesting in a match

> > How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean by
> > "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

> so ?

thus!

--
Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by dechuck » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:43:20



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> > > > > In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review
> of
> > > > > Bowlers with Suspect
> > > > > Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical
> > testing
> > > > of
> > > > > the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> > > > > Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it
> be
> > to
> > > > set
> > > > > up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> > > > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on
> this
> > > > would be interesting in a match

> > > How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean
by
> > > "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

> > so ?

> thus!

now

have you got any comments relating to the original post?

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> Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Colin Kynoc » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:45:05


parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

Quote:
>In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
>Bowlers with Suspect
>Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing of
>the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

>Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to set
>up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

Considering the torso must be bare, I would imagine this to be
impractical, due to players being required to be properly attired
whilst playing a match.

Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Shripathi Kamat » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:46:18


Quote:






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Quote:





> > > > > > In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the
Review
> > of
> > > > > > Bowlers with Suspect
> > > > > > Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical
> > > testing
> > > > > of
> > > > > > the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> > > > > > Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would
it
> > be
> > > to
> > > > > set
> > > > > > up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> > > > > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt
on
> > this
> > > > > would be interesting in a match

> > > > How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean
> by
> > > > "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

> > > so ?

> > thus!
> now

> have you got any comments relating to the original post?

Yes, I did.

When I made them, you positively scintillated with that eternal question:
"so ?"

--
Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Shripathi Kamat » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:47:54


Quote:

> parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

> >In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> >Bowlers with Suspect
> >Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
of
> >the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> >Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
set
> >up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> Considering the torso must be bare, I would imagine this to be
> impractical, due to players being required to be properly attired
> whilst playing a match.

Well, Ananda wanted to see you in a cheer-leading outfit.  dechucka simply
lusts for Murali's body.

Is that wrong?

--
Shripathi Kamath

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by dechuck » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 13:32:51


Quote:

> parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

> >In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> >Bowlers with Suspect
> >Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
of
> >the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> >Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
set
> >up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> Considering the torso must be bare, I would imagine this to be
> impractical, due to players being required to be properly attired
> whilst playing a match.

see my second comment but the ICC says it is possible

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> Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by bad haik » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:01:35


Quote:
> In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> Bowlers with Suspect
> Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
of
> the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
set
> up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

Funny if
after all expense
12th man on greentop!
 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by bad haik » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:02:12


Quote:

> parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

> >In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
> >Bowlers with Suspect
> >Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
of
> >the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

> >Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
set
> >up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

> Considering the torso must be bare, I would imagine this to be
> impractical, due to players being required to be properly attired
> whilst playing a match.

> Colin Kynoch

Good point
would white paint
count?

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Testing under match conditions

Post by Colin Kynoc » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:00:39


parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

Quote:




>> parted their ***cheeks and let rip with this:

>> >In a note in the " Terms of Reference and Procedure for the Review of
>> >Bowlers with Suspect
>> >Bowling Actions" from the ICC it mentions that the biomechanical testing
>of
>> >the bowlers action can be done under match conditions.

>> >Does anyone know how practical this is? and how practical would it be to
>set
>> >up a screening test for bowlers under match conditions?

>> Considering the torso must be bare, I would imagine this to be
>> impractical, due to players being required to be properly attired
>> whilst playing a match.

>> Colin Kynoch

>Good point
>would white paint
>count?

I doubt it.

Colin Kynoch

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Testing under match conditions

Post by Mob » Tue, 30 Mar 2004 20:32:39


Quote:


> > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on this
> > would be interesting in a match

> How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean by
> "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

Are we talking about Murali here or a combination effort between BLeet and Vaas?

Moby
Not that there's anything wrong with that.

 
 
 

Testing under match conditions

Post by Andrew Dunfor » Thu, 01 Apr 2004 12:30:16



Quote:


> > > Thinking about it they are meant to do the tests without a shirt on
this
> > > would be interesting in a match

> > How about if you didn't think about it? I have no idea what you mean by
> > "without a shirt on this would be interesting"

> Are we talking about Murali here or a combination effort between BLeet and

Vaas?

Andrew Flintoff.  The ICC document simply says that the torso must be
visible, so I don't see any problem with the player wearing a shirt which he
pulls over his head.

Andrew [wondering whether ICC regulations prohibit advertising logos being
worn on skin]