The impact of injuries on athlete wellbeing as well as individual and team outcomes can be devastating. A key role for athletes, coaches and sport managers is the monitoring of athlete training and performance in order to prevent and manage injuries. High Performance III introduces students to key causes of injury, how to recognise symptoms of injury, as well as strategies to assist athletes avoiding and managing sport injuries. On completion of the subject, students will be able to interpret and apply a range of sport science data to monitor athlete training loads, identify potential injuries and develop appropriate rehabilitation programs. Through the use of the sports technology system Axiom and their own Athlete Journals, students will continue to submit daily diary entries regarding training loads, training quality, wellness, injury, recovery and movement screening. These diary entries and self—reflections, inclusive of goal setting and physical performance testing, will expand on the knowledge obtained in High Performance I and II, and allow the student to become responsible for monitoring their own physical performance and progress, and be able to relate this data to injury prevention and management.