Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
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Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
ISSN: 1303 - 2968
       SCImago 2016     SJR: 0.981   Cites per Doc. 2-Year: 2.04    3-Year: 2.17
JCReports 2016
    IF 2-Year: 1.797    3-Year: 1.970    5-Year: 2.061    Average Citations PI: 7.7
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June 2005 - Volume 04, Issue 2
Table of Contents.
Research article
85 - 94
A Comparison of Upper-Extremity Reaction Forces between the Yurchenko Vault and Floor Exercise
 
Matthew K. Seeley, Eadric Bressel
 

Research article
95 - 104
Reliability and Validity Testing of an Archery Chronometer
 
Hayri Ertan, Behzat B. Kentel, S. Turgut Tümer, Feza Korkusuz
 

Research article
105 - 112
A Pilot Study Comparing Two Field Tests with the Treadmill Run Test in Soccer Players
 
Abdul Rashid Aziz, Frankie H. Y. Tan, Kong Chuan Teh
 

Research article
113 - 123
Coaching in Northern Canadian Communities: Reflections of Elite Coaches
 
Alain P. Gauthier, Robert J. Schinke, Pat Pickard
 

Research article
124 - 133
Spinal Cord Injury and Contractile Properties of the Human Tibialis Anterior
 
Sabine R. Krieger, David J. Pierotti, J. Richard. Coast
 

Research article
134 - 143
Starting Block Performance in Sprinters: A Statistical Method for Identifying Discriminative Parameters of the Performance and an Analysis of the Effect of Providing Feedback over a 6-Week Period
 
Sylvie Fortier, Fabien A. Basset, Ginette A. Mbourou, Jérôme Favérial, Normand Teasdale
 

Research article
144 - 152
Kinetic Consequences of Constraining Running Behavior
 
John A. Mercer, Neil E. Bezodis, Mike Russell, Andy Purdy, David DeLion
 

Research article
153 - 159
Comparison of Unilateral Squat Strength Between the Dominant and Non-Dominant Leg in Men and Women
 
Kevin McCurdy, George Langford
 

Research article
160 - 169
Muscle Fiber Specific Antioxidative System Adaptation to Swim Training in Rats: Influence of Intermittent Hypoxia
 
Olga Gonchar
 

Research article
170 - 178
A Rapid Up-Regulation in UCP3 Transcriptional Activity in Response to Moderate Intensity Exercise in Rat Skeletal Muscle
 
Keiko Kusuhara, Takashi Tobe, Takaharu Negoro, Takashi Abe
 

Research article
179 - 184
Plasma Volume Expansion 24-Hours Post-Exercise: Effect of Doubling the Volume of Replacement Fluid
 
Bartholomew Kay, Brendan J. O’Brien, Nicholas D. Gill
 

Research article
185 - 194
Myocardial Performance and Aortic Elastic Properties in Elite Basketball and Soccer Players: Relationship with Aerobic and Anaerobic Capacity
 
Bedrettin Akova, Dilek Yesilbursa, Ufuk Sekir, Hakan Gür, Akin Serdar
 

Research article
195 - 200
Preferred Modality Influences on Exercise-Induced Mood Changes
 
Andrew M. Lane, Andrew Jackson, Peter C. Terry
 

Case report
201 - 207
First Rib Stress Fracture in a Sidearm Baseball Pitcher: A Case Report
 
Takeshi Sakata, Yasunobu Kimura, Toshiko Hida
 

Letter to editor
208 - 210
Breathing 100% O2 has no Effect on Blood Lactate Concentration During a Short Passive Recovery from Exhaustive Exercise
 
Bartholomew Kay, Hayden Walker, Dominic Barnao, Iain Graham, Stephen Stannard, R. Hugh Morton
 

Letter to editor
211 - 213
Audit of Injuries in a Premiership Football Squad over a Five-Year Period
 
Aslam Chougle, Phil D. Batty, John P. Hodgkinson
 

Book review
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EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PEDIATRIC SPORTS INJURIES: INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
 
Dennis J. Caine and Nicola Maffulli
 

 
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