29 January 2020

Special Announcement

To tie in with the response level under the "Preparedness and Response Plan for Novel Infectious Disease of Public Health Significance" being raised to Emergency Response Level and avoid people from gathering, the Hong Kong Sports Institute will temporarily suspend all the Community Sports Programme until further notice. Refund will be arranged for those people who enrolled in Batch 120 and A20WJ. Please visit our website for the latest information about the Community Sports Programme.

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Expertise in sport: Human adaptations to practice and instruction

By Prof. Mark Williams

In this symposium Prof. Williams examine the role of practice and instruction in the development of expertise in sport. He will highlight some of the important discriminating characteristics between expert and near expert performers, with a particular focus on the development of perceptual-cognitive skills such as anticipation and decision-making. Moreover, with references to deliberate practice theory, he will outline how experts and near experts may be distinguished based on their practice history profiles within their particular domain of expertise. Finally, some of the adaptations that occur as a result of practice are highlighted and implications for practice and instruction are discussed.

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