Congratulations to all our award winners at the BASES Annual Conference 2019 and a huge thank you to our sponsors BASES, Cranlea, Human Kinetics, Routledge/Taylor & Francis and Sportesse.
All the winners can also be found in the Hall of Fame.
BASES Conference Awards – Student Awards
Human Kinetics Student Poster Presentation Award: Clare Strongman, Anglia Ruskin University - ‘Evaluating dynamic similarity compared to self-selected speed in non-linear analysis of gait’
Human Kinetics Student Free Communication Presentation Award: Emmet McDermott, Loughborough University - ‘Neuromechanics of different resistance training contractions in older adults’
BASES Conference Awards
Cranlea Poster Presentation Award: Anthony Turner, University of Edinburgh - ‘Individualised Vitamin D supplementation in a national squad of women rugby players’
BASES 5 Slides in 5 Minutes Free Communication Award: Matthew Haines, University of Huddersfield - ‘Seasonal changes in glenohumeral joint isokinetic strength in professional rugby league players’
Routledge Recently Qualified Researcher Free Communication Award: Anna Myers, Sheffield Hallam University - ‘Compensation for intended diet-induced weight loss: appetite or physical activity?’
Sportesse Sport and Exercise Science Free Communication Award: Andrew Kirkland, University of Stirling - ‘Coach learning and practice in endurance sport: why context matters to sports scientists’
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Sport and Exercise Science Impact Award: James Yates, University of Bedfordshire - ‘Hypertension and metabolic syndrome, prevalence and contributing factors observed in a territory police organisation in England’