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Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 6 (2018) Sport Science and Sport Management
Effects of Starting Stance on Base Running Sprint Speed in Softball Players
Amy Marquardt, Megan A. Wong, Casey M. Watkins, Saldiam R. Barillas, Andrew J. Galpin, Jared W. Coburn, and Lee E. Brown
Simulated Altitude via Re-Breathing Creates Arterial Hypoxemia but Fails to Improve Elements of Running Performance
Matthew J. Garver, Cory M. Scheadler, Logan M. Smith, Sarah J. Taylor, and Chase M. Harbach
Sex and Age Differences in Trail Half Marathon Running
James W. Navalta, Jeffrey Montes, Elizabeth A. Tanner, Nathaniel Bodell, and John C. Young
Rate Of Performance Change In American Female Weightlifters Over Ten Years Of Competition
Jason Miller, Heidi Ventresca, and Lindsay Bracken
Does Body Mass Index Influence the Physiological and Perceptual Demands Associated with Defensive Tactics Training in State Patrol Officers?
J. Jay Dawes, Charles Kornhauser, Diana Crespo, Craig L. Elder, Keston Lindsay, and Ryan J. Holmes
No Observable Relative Age Effects in Professional Surfers: a Constraints-Based Evaluation
Michael Redd, David Fukuda, Kyle Beyer, and Leonardo Oliveira
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