- To identify the causal relation between growth velocity and injury in elite-level youth football players, and to assess the mediating effects of motor performance in this causal pathway.
- To determine the relationship between injury incidence, player-salary cost and team performance in the professional Australian soccer league.
- The novel MOTor Imagery to Facilitate Sensorimotor Re-Learning (MOTIFS) model takes a uniquely holistic approach by integrating mental and physical aspects into current training programs. The aim of this trial was to evaluate enjoyment of MOTIFS training as compared to Care-as-Usual (CaU) knee injury and/or rehabilitation training. The primary hypothesis was that enjoyment would be greater following MOTIFS training than CaU training.
- To describe the design and implementation of an injury surveillance system for youth mountain bike racing in the United States, and to report preliminary first-year results.
- To present the first comprehensive epidemiological profile of hospital-treated injuries sustained by female cricketers from 2002–2003 to 2013–2014 in Victoria, Australia.
- This study aimed to: (a) identify the association between external-workloads and injury-risk in the subsequent week; and (b) understand the effectiveness of workload variables in establishing injury-risk.
- To determine if static balance, dynamic balance, ankle range of motion, body mass index (BMI), or history of an ankle sprain were associated with ankle sprain injuries within male and female collegiate athletes.
- To examine the association between combined sRPE measures and injury risk in elite professional soccer.