ECSS has established four exceptional exchange partnerships with international sport scientific associations. The partnerships offer mutual benefit to both the ECSS and the exchange partner. ECSS invites the partners to participate in the annual congresses of the ECSS to showcase their expertise in sport science.

Additionally, two of the partner associations support the ECSS Young Investigators Award (YIA) by inviting the winners (3 winners from the oral category and the mini-oral winner) to present their successful work in their congresses.

American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

The ACSM has been an exchange partner of the ECSS since 1998. Every year at the annual meeting of both associations an exchange lecture takes place. This year’s session focuses on body’s defense system and how physical activity can influence this.

ECSS MetropolisRuhr 2017: [IS-EX03] ECSS - ACSM EXHANGE SYMPOSIUM: The Compelling Link between Physical Activity and Your Body’s Defense System

July 7, 2017, Start: 16:15, Lecture room: "Deutschland/South"

Chair: Romain Meeusen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel [Belgium]
Speakers:

  • Walsh, N. [United Kingdom]
    Practical Strategies to Avoid Immune Impairment in the Endurance Athlete and Warfighter
  • Nieman, D. [United States]
    The Immune System Does Its Job Better With Exercise

 

Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine (JSPFSM)

Since 1998 this fruitful exchange partnership has provided both associations a platform to network and exchange ideas in the multidisciplinary field of sport and exercise science.

JSPFSM supports together with the ECSS, the three ECSS YIA Award winners in the oral category. The winners travel to Japan to present their work in an international session at the annual congress of the JSPFSM. In 2016 Nattai Borges, Danny Christensen and Hans-Peter Wiesinger participated the 71st annual congress of the JSPFSM in Morioka, Japan.


Nattai Borges, Danny Christensen and Hans-Peter Wiesinger at the 71st annual congress of the JSPFSM

ECSS MetropolisRuhr 2017: [IS-EX02] JSPFSM-ECSS Exchange Symposium: Challenging Physical Inactivity in Childhood and Adolescence - What Cross-Border Evidence and Issues Do We Have?

July 6, 2017, Start: 09:45, Lecture room: "Europa/West"

Chair: Ryoichi Nagatomi, Tohoku University [Japan]
Speakers:

  • Suzuki, K. [Japan]
    Comparison of Physical Activity and Fitness of Adolescents in Major Asian Cities: The Asia-Fit Study
  • Kamijo, K. [Japan]
    The Relation of Childhood Fitness to Executive Function and Memory
  • Andersen, L. [Norway]
    Effect of School Based Physical Activity Interventions

Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA)

Since 2011 ESSA has been an exchange partner of the ECSS. In the framework of the partnership, both associations are able to send their award winner to the corresponding congress in Europe and in Australia.

At ECSS Vienna 2016 ESSA representative Lauren McKeown presented a study Eccentric Exercise in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure.

ECSS representative Tetsuhiro Kidokoro, ECSS YIA Mini-Oral Winner from Malmö, got the chance to travel to Melbourne, Australia to present his YIA Winning presentation Associations between various intensities of physical activity and physical fitness in adolescents.


Tetsuhiro Kidokoro at 7th ESSA Congress in Melbourne, Australia

ECSS MetropolisRuhr 2017: ESSA – ECSS Poster Exchange

Christopher Stevens from Southern Cross University presents his work “Should Endurance Athletes Competing in the Heat Focus on Cooling before or during Competition?” in the framework of ECSS YIA Award.

[OP-PM08] ESSA-ECSS Exchange (Thermoregulation)

July 6, 2017, Start: 08:00, Lecture room: “Panorama/West”

China Sport Science Society (CSSS)

The CSSS is the newest exchange partner of the ECSS. The second edition of the ECSS – CSSS Exchange session is taking place at ECSS MetropolisRuhr 2017. The session focuses on exercise performance and health promotion both from Chinese and European perspectives.

ECSS MetropolisRuhr 2017: [IS-EX01] CSSS-ECSS EXCHANGE SYMPOSIUM: Exercise Performance and Health Promotion

July 7, 2017, Start: 08:00, Lecture room: "Panorama/West"

Chair: JIEXIU ZHAO, CHINA INSTITUTE OF SPORT SCIENCE [CHINA] Contact
Speakers:

  • Zhao, J., Huang, C., Hong, P., He, Z., Wang, M., Tian, H., Li, R., Zhou, J., Xu, C., Tian, Y. [China]
    Development and Validation of Body Fat Prediction Equation in 20–69 Adults
  • Wang, M., Wangfu, B.H., Li, P.H. [China]
    Investigation the Health Behavior of School-Aged Children in Harbin, Northeast China
  • Tim Cable [United Kingdom]
    Using Exercise and Alternate Strategies to Optimise Cardiovascular Healt

 

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