YIA Oral Presentation Award Winners

1st place - Arthur Ingersen


Xlab, Dept. of Biomedicine, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
“Improvement of Beta-cell function in patients with type 2 diabetes by physical training”

 

2nd place - Julian Alcazar


University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
"Thresholds and cut-off points for low relative sit-to-stand power associated with chair rise disability and mobility limitations in older people"

 

3rd place - Vilde Handegard


Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway
"Muscle damaging exercise increase myofibrillar Ca2+ sensitivity”

 

4th place - Andrea Monte


Dept. of Neurosciences, Biomedicine and Movement Sciences, University of Verone, Italy
“The U-shaped relationship between energy cost and walking speed can be explained by belly and tendon gearing?”


Equal 5th place

McCrum, C. et al

Maastricht University, The Netherlands
“Type II muscle fibre properties show little association with balance recovery following large gait pertubations in young and older adults”

Monasterio, X. et al 

University of the Basque Country, Leioa; Medical Services, Athletic Club, Lezama, Spain.
"Overall and specific burden of injuries according to maturity status and timing: A two-decade study with 110 growth curves in an elite football academy"

Van Hooren, B. et al 

Dept. of Nutrition and Movements Sciences, Maastricht University Medical Centre. The Netherlands
“Towards more effective training: A biomechanical comparison of three hamstring exercises”

Werth, J. et al

London South Bank University, United Kingdom
“Impact of short-term perturbation exercise dose on transfer of fall-resisting skill adaptations”           

Quittmann, O.J., et al

German Sport University Cologne, Germany
“The physiology of Pacing: Insights from clustering pacing strategies during 5000-M time trials in trained runners”  

Zanotto, T. et al



University of Kansas Medical Center, United States
“Screening tools to expedite assessment of frailty in people receiving haemodialysis: A diagnostic accuracy study”                                   
                                                                                                                                                                  

YIA Poster Presentation Award Winners

1st place - Justine R. Magnuson


School of Health and Exercise Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Canada
"Effects of sleep deprivation on perceived and performance fatigability” 

 

2nd place - Heather Petrick


University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
“Dietary nitrate improves muscle contractile properties, submaximal SERCA activity, and the functional interaction between SERCA and mitochondria”

 

3rd place - Miriam Gelabert Rebato



Department of Physical Education, University of Las Palmas GC, Spain
"Sex differences in metaboreflex activation and functional reserve during exercise to exhaustion revealed by post-exercise ischaemia and repeated supramaximal exercise” 

 

4th place - Cassio V. Ruas


School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Australia
"Neuromuscular characteristics of eccentric, concentric and isometric contractions of the knee extensors” 

 

We have multiple options available for ECSS membership, including special pricing for student members. You now have the chance to sign up for more than one year and make a saving at the same time. By becoming an ECSS member you will become part of an important community and have access to a fantastic range of benefits such as discounts and journal access.
In 2021 ECSS launched its own webinar series: ECSS Webinars, designed especially for ECSS members. Speakers and topics are announced via the ECSS newsletter and social media. We hope you are enjoying this new initiative and welcome your feedback!


CONTACT US

European College of Sport Science

Aachener Strasse 1053-1055
50858 Cologne Germany

Phone: +49 221 9626 2771
Fax: +49 221 9626 2779
Email: office@sport-science.org

 

Copyright © 2021 by the European College of Sport Science. All rights reserved.
The ECSS is a non profit organisation, dedicated to Sport Science.

Supported by SporTools GmbH