Craig Riddle (PhD student)
Thesis title: Objective measures of impaired lower limb impairments in RaceRunning athletes with Cerebral Palsy
I am currently studying a fully funded PhD studentship (PCDS) as part of the Human Performance Science (HPS) research group. I am currently focused on the development of evidence-based impairment measures specifically looking at RaceRunning athletes with moderate to sever cerebral palsy. This PhD will seek to provide pertinent information that will help to build clear, evidence based Paralympic classification guidelines for the sport of RaceRunning, with the aim of the sport being accepted by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) as part of the Paralympic games.
MSc Sports Performance Enhancement
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science
Tutor - SS1A Skill acquisition
Lab Tutor - SS1B Biomechanics