Annual Conference 2022 award winners announced
18th November 2022
Congratulations to all our award winners at the BASES Annual Conference 2022 and well done to all those who presented. A huge thank you to our award sponsors: BASES, Cranlea, Human Kinetics, Routledge and Sportesse.
All the winners can be viewed in the Hall of Fame.
Human Kinetics Student Free Communication Presentation Award
£100 Human Kinetics book vouchers for the best student free communication presentation made by a BASES student or graduate member.
Winner: Elysa Ioannou, Sheffield Hallam University
A Systematic Review using the Socio-ecological Model for Physical Activity interventions aiming to prevent Type 2 Diabetes after Gestational Diabetes
BASES Sport and Exercise Science 5 Slides in 5 Minutes Free Communication Presentation Award
£500 (half cash/half BASES vouchers) for the best 5 slides in 5 minutes free communication presentation on sport and exercise science by a professional, graduate or overseas member.
Winner: Dr Lewis Gough, Birmingham City University
The effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on swimming interval performance in trained competitive swimmers
Cranlea Poster Presentation Award
A Polar Heart Rate Monitor for the best poster presentation made by a BASES professional or overseas member
Winner: Dr Mike Price FBASES, Coventry University
Blood lactate concentration values following exercise and sodium bicarbonate ingestion: Agreement between analysers
Sportesse Sport and Exercise Science Free Communication Presentation Award
£500 cash prize for the best free communication presentation on sport and exercise science made by a BASES professional or overseas member.
Winner: Prof Stuart Fairclough FBASES, Edge Hill University
The physical behaviour intensity spectrum and body mass index in school-aged children and adolescents: a compositional analysis of pooled individual participant data
Routledge Recently Qualified Researcher Free Communication Presentation Award
£500 (book token) to the best free communication presentation given by a recently qualified researcher (BASES member).
Winner: Charles Steward, Coventry University
The physiological and perceptual responses of post exercise hot water immersion in physically inactive middle-aged adults