Number of items: 11.
Faulkner, Steve and Ferguson, Richard and Gerrett, Nicola and Hupperets, Martin and Hodder, Simon and Havenith, George
Reducing Muscle Temperature Drop Post Warm-up Improves Sprint Cycling Performance.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
The acute effect of whole-body vibration on cycling peak power output.
Journal of Science and Cycling, 2 (1).
Jirásek, I and Kohe, Geoff and Hurych, E
Reimagining Athletic Nudity: The Sexualization of Sport as a Sign of a ‘Porno-ization’ of Culture.
Sport in Society, 16 (6).
ISSN Print:1743-0437 Electronic:1743-0445
Our Distinguished Son: The New Zealand Olympic Committee and the Reappropriation of Jack Lovelock.
Journal of Olympic History, 21 (1).
Morton, James and Roberts, Claire-Marie
The Hurt Business: The Harsh Realities of High-performance Sport.
The Sport and Exercise Scientist (38).
Renfree, Andrew and St Clair Gibson, Alan
Influence of Different Performance Levels on Pacing Strategy During the Female World Championship Marathon Race.
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 8 (3).
Roberts, Claire-Marie and Faull, Andrea L
Building a successful Olympic team selection protocol in women’s handball: a case study examining the benefits of employing reflective practice.
Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 14 (5).
ISSN Print: 1462-3943 Online:1470-1103
Sharples, Carly and Breeze, Nicholas
Institute of Sport and Exercise Science Students’ Perception of Library Resources and Their Availability.
Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (8).
Rhoden, Clare and West, Julia and Peters, D.M.
Male Positive Affect Elucidates Mixed-doubles Badminton Tournament Rank.
Performance Analysis of Sport IX.
ISBN 9780415643399, 0415643392
Conference or Workshop Item
Olympic Experiences at Providing Sport Psychology Support to Great Britain Handball Teams Before and During the London Games.
In: The 13th Eurpean Congress of Psychology, 9th - 12th July 2013, Stockholm, Sweden.
Body Mass Index and Accelerometer Measurement Issues For Use in the Evaluation of Pedometer-based Physical Interventions in Children.
PhD thesis, University of Worcester.