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View Resource Sportscience Forum

SPORTSCIENCE is an open, moderated-no-edit list primarily for researchers interested in the science of sport and exercise performance. Topics include ergogenic aids, field and physiological tests, nutrition, diet and supplementation, performance enhancement, sport in extreme environments, training, and topics from other disciplines if related to physical performance. Notices about conferences,...

http://www.sportsci.org/forum/
View Resource SPONET: SportScience on the Net

Produced and maintained by the Department of Information and the Documentation of Sport at the Institute of Applied Training Science in Leipzig, this database indexes some 2,000 sites related to sport, sport medicine, and the science of sport. Users may search by keyword with numerous modifiers. Search returns include a URL, the date the link was last checked, a description, title and author,...

http://www.iat.uni-leipzig.de/service/datenbanken/sponet-1
View Resource The Physics of Sports

This topic in depth provides information about the relationship between physics and sports. First, the Exploratorium Museum provides fun, educational information and animations about the science of baseball, cycling, skateboarding, hockey, and surfing (1). Visitors can also learn about the way a ball bounces and how a foot's shape affects sports performance. Next, Randolph-Macon Woman's College...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/nsdl/ps/2004/0220
View Resource Sportscience

Professor Will Hopkins of AUT University in Auckland has been working in the world of sport science for decades, and his website is a crucial resource for people interested in such matters. The Sportscience website features a peer-reviewed journal, information about sport science research methodologies, and thematic areas on sports medicine, sport nutrition, and statistics. On the right-hand side...

http://www.sportsci.org/index.html