Prevalence, frequency, adverse events, and reasons for analgesic use in youth athletes: A systematic review and meta-analysis of 44,381 athletesTo identify the prevalence, frequency, adverse effects, and reasons for analgesic use in youth athletes.
Reduced death rates of elite Australian Rules footballers compared to age-matched general populationTo determine age-matched death rates of current and retired elite male Australian football players (Australian and/or Victorian Football League) with the general population.
Determinants of hamstring fascicle length in professional rugby league athletesInvestigate the determinants of hamstring fascicle length in professional rugby league players.
Alcohol consumption, masculinity, and alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour in sportspeopleThere is no research examining alcohol-related aggression and anti-social behaviour in UK or European sportspeople (athletes), and no research has examined relationships between masculinity, alcohol consumption, and alcohol-related aggression and antisocial behaviour in sportspeople (athletes). This study addresses this gap.
Can salivary testosterone and cortisol reactivity to a mid-week stress test discriminate a match outcome during international rugby union competition?Evidence suggests that stress-induced changes in testosterone and cortisol are related to future competitive behaviours and team-sport outcomes. Therefore, we examined whether salivary testosterone and cortisol reactivity to a mid-week stress test can discriminate a match outcome in international rugby union competition.
Neither internal nor external nasal dilation improves cycling 20-km time trial performanceResearch is equivocal regarding endurance performance benefits of external nasal dilators, and currently research focusing on internal nasal dilators is non-existent. Both devices are used within competitive cycling. This study examined the influence of external and internal nasal dilation on cycling economy of motion and 20-km time trial performance.