#RSNlive17 #RSNlive17 is the third annual conference of the World Rugby Science Network. #RSNlive17 is part of the Network’s strategy to showcase leading international research relevant to the rugby codes and aims to build on the success of the previous editions of the … Continue reading About #RSNlive17
…follow the live presentations Simply click on the Live Stream link at the top of the page and enjoy! N.B. Viewing of the live feed via mobile devices and tablets is possible and seems to work well but maximising your computer … Continue reading Getting Involved! How to…
We are excited to be able to announce the programme for #RSNlive17, to be held at the University of Bath on 12 September 2017. Please download the pdf where you can find the line-up of speakers and the time of scheduled sessions. Click here to view the programme Click here to view the detailed programme Continue reading Programme
Whether or not you are attending, you can share your research worldwide during #RSNlive17. To do so, create 1-2 slides to be broadcast during the conference and uploaded on the website. Slides should be created in power point (16:9 format … Continue reading E-posters instructions
West_eposter_RSNlive17-click to view Continue reading West et. al, – The current landscape for Global Positioning System (GPS) collection and use in Premiership Rugby Clubs
Lazarczuk_eposter_RSNLive17-click to view Continue reading Lazarczuk et. al, – Epidemiology of kicking injuries in professional rugby union
macleod_eposter_RSNlive17-click to view Continue reading MacLeod et. al, – Kick Off Time and Travel Affect Sleep Recovery Kinetics
Silvestros_eposter_RSNlive17-click to view Continue reading Silvestros & Cazzola – Cervical spine injury in rugby: is buckling the most likely injury mechanism?
Bradley_eposter_RSNlive17-click to view Continue reading Scott & Bradley – Tackle limb preference in Women’s rugby union during match-play and training
Review all #RSNlive16 sessions from the following Vimeo collection. Rember, all #RSNlive17 presentation will be streamed live! Continue reading #RSNlive16 recorded presentations
The World Rugby Science Network is a global network of researchers who are interested in the study of the Rugby Football codes. The aim is to provide a forum which brings together the expertise of academics and professionals working in … Continue reading How to join the World Rugby Science Network?
Registration is now open! Click here to register 1-day delegate* cost is £25 Online delegate is free *Day Delegate registration includes conference & workshop attendance and refreshments. Continue reading How to register