Abstract submission closed on 15 February 2024, 24:00 Central European Time (CET).

Abstract submission is free of charge but must fulfill the below requirements: 

  • The research is original, i.e., not already published or accepted for publication in any peer-reviewed journal nor in any book at the time of abstract submission deadline (15 February 2024).
  • The research has relevance for sport and/or exercise and its effects on performance and/or health and/or aspects of well-being.

Following an intense review process, all authors were informed about the acceptance or rejection of their submission on 2 April 2024.

Good reasons to submit your abstract:

  • be part of the largest multi- and interdisciplinary congress in sport science
  • earn international recognition for your work
  • boost your career while participating in the ECSS Young Investigators Award and GSSI Sports Nutrition Award
  • receive feedback that helps you progress
  • make important professional connections

Authors are free to choose between Oral Presentation, Conventional Print Poster Presentation, or E-poster as a preferred format during the abstract submission process. The final decision about the presentation format lies with the ECSS Scientific Board and is also due to the settings of the scientific programme. Authors can choose between five disciplinary fields and perspectives (Biomechanics & Motor Control; Physiology & Nutrition; Psychology, Social Sciences & Humanities; Sports & Exercise Medicine & Health; Applied Sports Sciences) and a respective subtopic represented in the Scientific Programme. Please review more information on our five General Fields before abstract submission.

Also, find more information on abstract submission:

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