In my lifetime as a clinician I have seen many changes in the perception of what constitutes progress in sports medicine. Over the years there have been many
How to avoid the ‘shazam’ trap in sports medicine
– Written by Boris Gojanovic and François Fourchet, Switzerland
– Written by Mladen Jovanovic, Serbia
Predicting injuries in high-performance sports is of great importance for both players and clubs, but a
‑ Interview by Jake Bambrough, Qatar
Mutaz Essa Barshim is the pride of Qatar – his name, Mutaz, even translates from Arabic as ‘pride&
Where to next to improve knowledge translation?
– Written by Christian Barton, Australia
Academic journals were established so that researchers could ...
Sport science reporting in the real world
– Written by Martin Buchheit, France
On the 9 March 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson delivered in the Irish Times pro...
– Written by Roger Palfreeman, Qatar
Professional road cyclists not only ride at speeds of up to 80 km/hr, they often do so in a peloton of up to 200 riders. The...
– Written by Richard Knight, Len Funk, Adam Watts and Mike Hayton, United Kingdom
Upper limb injuries are extremely common in cycling and can be separated into n...
– Written by Will Fotheringham, United Kingdom
Most memorable sports events come down to a single image of a single instant, transmitted around the world and dis...
– Written by Barbara Wondrasch, Austria
Focal articular cartilage defects in the knee joint are highly prevalent and are ...
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