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01-04-2008, 06:43 AM
Dear colleagues,

I wish you all had a wonderful start for the new year! This year is the year
of [mighty] mouse although it officially starts on the lunar new year's day
(Feb. 7). Mouse is the first among the 12 animals that entered the heaven:
mouse, cow, tiger, rabbit .... Although a mouse in reality can cause a lot
of problems and deseases, it seems it symbolizes wisdom, abundant
reproduction, and diligence. I hope your year 2008 to be full of wisdom,
abundance, and diligence.

I'd like to utilize this opportunity to thank all the authors who have
submitted their precious manuscripts to SB last year and the reviewers
without whom the journal cannot operate. I'd appreciate your continuous
support and assistance this year. Sports Biomechanics is now in its 7th year
of circulation. We currently publish three issues per year but it is planned
to go for four issues a year in as early as 2009.

If you have not done yet, I'd like to urge you to visit our Manuscript
Central site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rspb) and register so that I
can utilize your expertise in various stages of the editorial process. Since
the launching of the online submission system in October last year, the
number of manuscripts submitted has increased substantially.

I am also open to any suggestions which can help us developing Sports
Biomechanics into a valuable asset in the field of sport biomechanics and
biomechanics in general. Please feel free to direct them to me.

Happy new year!

Young-Hoo Kwon
Co-Editor, Sports Biomechanics
Young-Hoo Kwon, Ph.D.
Director, Biomechanics Laboratory
Associate Professor of Kinesiology
Texas Woman's University
P O Box 425647
Denton, TX 76204-5647
Office & Fax: +1-940-898-2598
Email: ykwon@twu.edu / kwon3d@kwon3d.com