Here's a short clip I discovered by London based studio Spov, titled 'NeuroScouting', that deals with sports science and data analysis.
The clip shows different ways of visualising the data that can be collected to analyse sports performance. The sequencing of the data elements does a good job of leading the eye around and establishing visual hierarchy. The little dot elements help a lot, as it draws the eye into position before unpacking information or triggering events. Using a limited colour palette helps too, and having an accent colour to highlight items.
It's also nice to see the variety of different approaches to visualising tracking information such as hip rotation, hand position, as well as speed and power.