A sample of past presentations, podcasts, interviews and online articles
Lessons learned from working across academia, applied sport science and industry, with some specific perspectives for women in sports biomechanics.
Discussing gymnastics at the Tokyo Olympics - scoring, competition favourites, controversies, and what makes Simone Biles the greatest gymnast of all time.
Presentation at the 2021 ISBS Mid-Year Symposium based on my work in athletics, together with an international panel of biomechanists. Video available to ISBS members.
Working with athletes & coaches, understanding sports technique, advice for using wearables , global perspectives, co-founding the South African Society of Biomechanics & more
This video presentation was delivered at the International Society of Biomechanics in Sport 2020 online conference
This presentation received the New Investigators Award at the 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sport (ISBS) in Melbourne, Australia in 2012.
A series of articles on the biomechanical demands of jumping, acceleration, deceleration and change of direction to help guide injury prevention and rehabilitation.
"Sport Science Runs in Dr Helen Bayne’s Blood" - A career profiling interview by GSport4Girls
Video interview with IMeasureU where we talked about the sport science and biomechanics landscape in South Africa, and integrating research, teaching and practice
A five-question interview, posted on the Simplifaster blog, about different aspects of my research and applied work
This presentation was delivered during a special session of the Biomechanics Interest Group at the South African Sports Medicine Association Congress in 2019
This presentation received the Young Investigators Award at the 16th congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS) in Liverpool, UK in 2011.