Sports Management

Snake-oils, supplements and the pinnacle of data presentation

2011-02-28: A big part of the reason for our existence at The Science of Sport is the clear and creative presentation and discussion of scientific subjects…

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The state of doping control: Dangerous waters

2011-02-24: I logged onto the website this morning, and we have this block of ads on the page (kindly provided by the folk at Google) and…

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Power balance, placebo and perceptions

2011-01-11: Last week a , whose holographic technology is supposed to “work with your body’s natural energy field”, “resonating and responding to the natural energy field”…

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Power balance bracelets: “No credible scientific evidence”

2011-01-05: The truth is, if you’re reading this site, and do so regularly, then the above statement will come as no surprise.  It shouldn’t, given what…

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An Olympic musical – why every millisecond matters

2010-03-01: Canada sits atop the Winter sporting world this morning, having claimed a record 14 gold medals in their home Olympic Games.  It’s a record for…

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The mental edge: Thoughts and opinions

2010-02-25: It’s been far too long between posts for me – I do apologize, but as Jonathan said in yesterday’s post, things have been rather frantic…

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Coaching and science: Asset or liability

2009-10-26: As promised, today begins a series of posts on coaching and science, and how the science can be, should be, and sometimes is, and often is…

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The responsibility of sporting greatness

2009-04-04: We are avid readers at The Science of Sport, and as is often the case our reading material provides inspiration for posts. So today we…

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The story of Alistair Cragg

2007-08-09: In the , I used the example of a runner called Sipho Ngomane to show how SA is losing out on potentially talented runners because…

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