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  • Sports Biomechanics Online Lecture Series

    Due to the effects of COVID-19, staff and students around the world are transitioning to online learning.

    ISBS are supporting a concept in which every sports science student can be provided with access to expert guest lectures on a range of sports biomechanics topics. These can be watched live or integrated into any teaching and learning environment.

    The first of these lectures is now scheduled for this Friday 27th March at 11 am GMT (more details in the images below).
    This will be on ‘Biomechanics and Sports Injury Prevention’ by Dr Alasdair Dempsey from Murdoch University in Australia.
    Staff and students can view live using the following link:

    Please share with colleagues and students so that as many people as possible can benefit from this.

    Many thanks,
    Stuart McErlain-Naylor

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  • #2
    Re: Sports Biomechanics Online Lecture Series

    You can view the latest schedule and watch previous lectures here:
    For a permanent list of updated lectures:

    Please share with students, colleagues, or anybody who may be interested.

    Take care,


    • #3
      More lectures constantly being added, including these three exciting topics by expert speakers.
      All can be viewed at


      • #4
        I'm delighted to announce this fantastic line up of speakers for the next couple of months of #SportsBiomLS
        (subject to change + more to be added!)

        You can watch these and all previous lectures here:

        I'll stop spamming your feed with replies now but keep an eye out at the link above.

        Take care everyone,


        • #5
          this is quite awesome!