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    • Drugs in sport

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    • Ergogenic aids

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    • Exercise physiology

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    • Sports medicine

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    • Physical education

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    • Advanced metrics

    • Advanced Metrics is the term for the empirical analysis of sports, particularly statistics that measure in-game productivity and efficiency. Advanced metrics were first employed in baseball by Bill James, a pioneer in the field who is considered the father and public face of the practice. The basic principles of a ... Read »


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    • Body alignment

    • Body alignment is the optimal placement of the body parts so that the bones are efficiently used, so the muscles have to do less work for the same effect. Pilates is a form of exercise that stresses proper body alignment. Many pains and problems in the body are associated with long-term mis-alignments. These can happe ... Read »


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    • Diving physics

    • Diving Physics are the aspects of physics which directly affect the underwater diver and which explain the effects that divers and their equipment are subject to underwater which differ from the normal human experience out of water. These effects are mostly consequences of immersion in water, the hydrostatic pressure ... Read »


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    • ESPRIT project

    • ESPRIT, or the Elite Sport Performance Research in Training is a UK EPSRC and UK Sport funded research project aiming to develop pervasive sensing technologies for better the understanding of the physiology and biomechanics of athletes in training, and apply the technologies to enhance the well being and healthcare of ... Read »


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    • Ethnosport

    • Ethnosport (from the Ancient Greek: ἔθνος — Ethnos meaning people + sport) is a set of traditional styles of physical activity, methods of their preservation, and their development, as described in the ethnosport theory of Russian cultural anthropologist Alexey Kylasov. Ethnosport is an i ... Read »


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    • European College of Sport Science

    • European College of Sport Science

      The European College of Sport Science (ECSS) is a sport scientific society founded in 1995 in Nice, France, dedicated to the collection, generation and dissemination of scientific knowledge. The spirit of this non-profit organisation is to Share your knowledge. The ECSS is the leading association of sport scientis ... Read »


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    • Faculty of Sport and Tourism

    • Faculty of Sport and Tourism - TIMS

      The Faculty of Sport and Tourism (Serbian: Факултет за Спорт и Туризам, Fakultet za sport i turizam, TIMS) is a state-accredited private institution of high education located in Novi Sad, Serbia. The Faculty was founded in 2004 and consists of two dep ... Read »


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    • German Sport University Cologne

    • Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln

      German Sport University Cologne (German: Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln, DSHS), founded in 1947, is a sport university in Cologne, Germany. It is the largest sport university in Europe with approximately 6,000 students. The German Sport University (GSU), in Cologne called SpoHo, combines qualified teaching and intern ... Read »


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    • Heuristics and sports

    • Heuristics are simple decision making strategies used to achieve a specific goal quickly and efficiently, and are commonly implemented in sports. Many sports require the ability to make fast decisions under time pressure, and the proper use of heuristics is essential for many of these decisions. How should a soccer pla ... Read »


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    • High performance sport

    • High performance sport or élite sport is sport at the highest level of competition, with élite athletes as the competitors. In sports administration "high performance sport", where the emphasis is on winning prestigious competitions, is distinguished from "mass sport" or "recreational sport", where the emphasis i ... Read »


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    • International Sports Sciences Association

    • The International Sports Sciences Association is an organization that operates as a teaching institution and certification agency for fitness trainers, athletic trainers, aerobic instructors, and medical professionals. The ISSA offers a general fitness certification course for personal training and six specialized fit ... Read »


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    • Jumping

    • Jumping or leaping is a form of locomotion or movement in which an organism or non-living (e.g., robotic) mechanical system propels itself through the air along a ballistic trajectory. Jumping can be distinguished from running, galloping, and other gaits where the entire body is temporarily airborne by the relatively l ... Read »


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    • Alexey Kylasov

    • Alexey Kylasov

      Alexey Valeryevich Kylasov (born May 9, 1968) is a Russian cultural anthropologist, Ethnosport theory author. Alexey Kylasov first became interested internal affairs as a network of sport, and was particularly interested in the modern institutions of traditional games. He attended Perm State Pedagogical University ... Read »


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    • List of jumping activities


    • Match performance indicator

    • Match Performance Indicators (MPI) are the KPIs of sport. The term was created, and is widely used, in the scouting and analyzing system eye4TALENT. Basically, the MPIs are set up as an indicator of a player's performance compared to a standard of a specific position on the field. When judging e.g. a football player's ... Read »


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    • Mechanics of Oscar Pistorius' running blades


    • Mind Sports South Africa

    • Mind Sports South Africa

      Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) is recognised by Act of Parliament as the national controlling body for mind sports in South Africa. Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) is also an affiliate of the International eSports Federation, Federation de Jeau du Mondiale, and the International Wargames Federation. Due to its member ... Read »


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    • MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

    • MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

      The goal of the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference is to provide a forum to discuss the increasing role of analytics in the sports industry. Founded in 2006, the conference is co-chaired by Daryl Morey (General Manager & Managing Director of Basketball Operations for the Houston Rockets) and Jessica Gelman (Vice Pre ... Read »


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    • Montenegrin Sports Academy

    • The Montenegrin Sports Academy (MSA) is a sport scientific society founded in 2003 in Podgorica, Montenegro, dedicated to the collection, generation and dissemination of scientific knowledge in the multidisciplinary area of sports sciences. The spirit of this non-profit organization is to promote sports science worldwi ... Read »


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    • Movement assessment

    • Movement assessment is the practice of analysing movement performance during functional tasks to determine the kinematics of individual joints and their effect on the kinetic chain. Three-dimensional or two-dimensional analysis of the biomechanics involved in sporting tasks can assist in prevention of injury and enhanc ... Read »


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    • Neurobiological effects of physical exercise

    • Neurobiological effects of physical exercise

      The neurobiological effects of physical exercise are numerous and involve a wide range of interrelated effects on brain structure, brain function, and cognition. A large body of research in humans has demonstrated that consistent aerobic exercise (e.g., 30 minutes every day) induces persistent improvements in certai ... Read »


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    • Notational analysis

    • In professional sports, notational analysis is the study of movement patterns, strategy and tactics in team sports. Successful patterns of play can be identified and used in subsequent matches. Notational analysis has a history in dance and music notation. Notational analysis is a way that critical events in a performa ... Read »


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    • PDHPE

    • PDHPE (Personal Development, Health and Physical Education) is a subject in the New South Wales school curriculum. It is a compulsory subject in the K-10 curriculum, and available as an elective in years 11 and 12 and for the HSC in year 12. It incorporates a wide range of material, including some physical education; s ... Read »


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    • Physical education

    • Physical education, also known as Phys Ed., PE, Gym or Gym class, and known in many Commonwealth countries as physical training or PT, is an educational course related to the physique of the human body. It is taken during primary and secondary education and encourages psychomotor learning in a play or movement explora ... Read »


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    • Race and sports

    • Issues related to race and sports have been examined by scholars for a long time. Among these issues are racial discrimination in sports as well as the observation that there are overrepresentations and underrepresentations of different races in different sports. Various individuals, including scholars and sportsw ... Read »


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    • Rating of perceived exertion

    • In sports and particularly exercise testing, the rating of perceived exertion (RPE), as measured by the Borg rating of perceived exertion scale (RPE scale), is a frequently used quantitative measure of perceived exertion during physical activity. In medicine this is used to document the patient's exertion during a test ... Read »


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    • Relative age effect

    • The term relative age effect (RAE) is used to describe a bias, evident in the upper echelons of youth sport and academia, where participation is higher amongst those born early in the relevant selection period (and correspondingly lower amongst those born late in the selection period) than would be expected from the no ... Read »


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    • Sabermetrics

    • Sabermetrics is the empirical analysis of baseball, especially baseball statistics that measure in-game activity. Sabermetricians collect and summarize the relevant data from this in-game activity to answer specific questions. The term is derived from the acronym SABR, which stands for the Society for American Baseball ... Read »


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    • Shep diagram

    • A Shep Diagram is a series of video or animated image clips of an athlete, layered into a single composite image for the purposes of contrasting the similarities of movements with the different outcomes. It was originally created by Drew Sheppard to demonstrate the constant release point of Texas Rangers starting pitch ... Read »


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    • Social influences on fitness behavior

    • Physical fitness is maintained by a range of physical activities. Physical activity is defined by the World Health Organization as "any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure." Human factors and social influences are important in starting and maintaining such activities. Social en ... Read »


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    • Sport pedagogy

    • Sport Pedagogy is the academic field of study, which is located at the intersection between sport and education. As a discipline, sport pedagogy is concerned with learning, teaching and instruction in sport, physical education and related areas of physical activity. Whilst sport pedagogy is mostly regarded as a sub-dis ... Read »


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    • Sport Sciences Research Institute of Iran

    • Sport Sciences Research Institute of Iran is the only national organization in charge of scientific research in the field of Physical Education and Sport Sciences. It was established in 1998 by Ministry of Science, Research and Technology. In 2011 to improve its structure the research center was promoted to research in ... Read »


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    • Sports biomechanics

    • Sports biomechanics is a quantitative based study and analysis of professional athletes and sports' activities in general. It can simply be described as the Physics of Sports. In this subfield of biomechanics the laws of mechanics are applied in order to gain a greater understanding of athletic performance through math ... Read »


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    • Sport communication

    • Sports communication is an aspect of communication studies which specializes in the study of communication in a sports setting. It can encompass the study of interpersonal and organizational communication (both verbal and non-verbal) between participants within a particular sport (e.g. players, coaches, managers, refer ... Read »


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    • Sports periodization

    • Periodization is the systematic planning of athletic or physical training. The aim is to reach the best possible performance in the most important competition of the year. It involves progressive cycling of various aspects of a training program during a specific period. Conditioning programs can use periodization to br ... Read »


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    • Sports rating system

    • A sports rating system is a system that analyzes the results of sports competitions to provide ratings for each team or player. Common systems include polls of expert voters, crowdsourcing non-expert voters, betting markets, and computer systems. Ratings, or power ratings, are numerical representations of competitive s ... Read »


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    • Sports science

    • Sports science (also sport science) is a discipline that studies how the healthy human body works during exercise, and how sport and physical activity promote health from cellular to whole body perspectives. The study of sports science traditionally incorporates areas of physiology (exercise physiology), psychology (sp ... Read »


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    • Stoke Mandeville Stadium

    • Stoke Mandeville Stadium is the National Centre for Disability Sport in the United Kingdom. It is sited alongside Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. The stadium was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in August 1969. The stadium developed out of the Stoke Mandeville Games — the forerun ... Read »


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    • Supercompensation

    • In sports science theory, supercompensation is the post training period during which the trained function/parameter has a higher performance capacity than it did prior to the training period. The fitness level of a human body in training can be broken down into four periods: initial fitness, parietal fitness train ... Read »


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    • Swing timing

    • Swing timing is concerned with the inter-relationships between ball sports hitting implements and the related anatomical parts of players, in the motor skill of striking sports balls as used in various games. More specifically, swing timing commonly refers to the efficiency of ball hitting or kicking skills by achievi ... Read »


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    • Test (assessment)

    • A test or examination (informally, exam or evaluation) is an assessment intended to measure a test-taker's knowledge, skill, aptitude, physical fitness, or classification in many other topics (e.g., beliefs). A test may be administered verbally, on paper, on a computer, or in a confined area that requires a test taker ... Read »


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    • Water stop (sports)

    • A water stop is a break and a place to break for drinking water in sports events (sports competitions or training) for some types of sports, such as various long distance types of running (e.g., marathon), cycling, etc. Similarly, a water break is a break to drink water in some sports events held in one place. Water s ... Read »


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