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Placebo doping in sport: Overview and ethical considerations

Attila Szabo1*
1Instutite of Health Promotion and Sport Sciences, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Perceptions of a 12-week mini-trampoline exercise intervention for postmenopausal women

Anja Fricke1*, Erica Rauff2, Philip W. Fink3, Sally D. Lark1, David S. Rowlands1, Sarah P. Shultz1,4
1School of Sport Exercise and Nutrition, Massey University, New Zealand
2Kinesiology Department, Seattle University, USA
3Université Paris 13 Nord, Institut de Biomechanique Humaine, France
4School of Nursing and Health Studies, Monmouth University, USA

Blood monitoring in the English Premier League: Effect of curcumin supplementation on blood biomarkers of recovery

Diarmuid Daniels1,2,3*, Nathan A. Lewis3,4,5, John Newell1,6, Georgie Bruinvels3,4, Davood Roshan6, Paul Catterson7, Jamie Harley8, Micheál Newell1, Andrew Barr3,9, Charles R. Pedlar3,4,10

1School of Medicine, University of Galway, Ireland
2Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University of Galway, Ireland
3Orreco, Business Innovation Unit, University of Galway, Ireland
4Faculty of Sport, Health and Applied Science, St Mary’s University, UK
5English Institute of Sport, University of Bath, UK
6School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics, University of Galway, Ireland
7Newcastle United Football Club, UK
8Sunderland, Association Football Club, UK
9Quantum Performance, California, US
10Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, Division of Surgery and Interventional Science, University College London, UK

Moving in the margins: A qualitative study into the role of physical activity in marginalised communities

Ella Creagh1 *, Matthew Jenkins1, Mark Huthwaite1, Paul Skirrow1
1Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

Associations between physical activity and stress levels in medical doctors working in New Zealand and Australia during initial COVID-19 restrictions

Yaso Kathiravel1, 2 *, Sachin Khullar3, Jane Fitzpatrick4, Mairin Taylor5, Catherine A. Elliot2, Michael J. Hamlin2
1Beckford Sports, St Martins, Christchurch, New Zealand
2Department of Tourism, Sport & Society, Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand
3Coriobay Health Group, Geelong, Australia
4Centre for Health & Exercise Sports Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Dentistry and Health Science, the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
5School of Health Sciences, College of Education Health and Human Development, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Run faster, bowl faster: In-match analysis of elite female cricket pace bowlers

David Bailey1, Anna E. Saw2 *, Rian H. Crowther2, Kevin Sims3
1Gold Coast Suns, Australia
2Cricket Australia, Australia
3Queensland Sports Medicine Centre, Australia

Coaches’ perceptions of their work in an elite youth sport setting

Shane Pill1 *, Deborah Agnew1, Elizabeth Abery1
1Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

Prevalence and implementation of small-sided games in rugby union: a preliminary survey study

Koen Wintershoven1 *, Christopher Martyn Beaven1, Nicholas David Gill1, 2, Daniel Travis McMaster1, 3
1Te Huataki Waiora School of Health, University of Waikato – Adams Centre for High Performance, Tauranga, New Zealand
2All Blacks, New Zealand Rugby Union, Wellington, New Zealand
3All Blacks & Black Ferns Sevens, New Zealand Rugby Union, Wellington, New Zealand

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