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
#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
Review all #RSNlive16 sessions from the following Vimeo collection. Rember, all #RSNlive17 presentation will be streamed live! Continue reading #RSNlive16 recorded presentations
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