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  1. Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries in children and adolescents –a rare occurrence?
  2. Sports Medicine Australia: Building on 2017 and taking 2018 by storm…
  3. Cumulative Endocrine Dysfunction in Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)
  4. Choosing not to be injured?! Using the warning signal of pain as an overuse injury prevention strategy
  5. All things awesome about Sports Kongres
  6. I’m calling your bluff!
    "I'm calling your bluff! - BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice"
  7. What statistical analysis of observational performance data can tell us and what it cannot: the case of Dutee Chand vs IAAF vs AFI
  8. Part 2: Contemporary Sports Medicine in Poland (1996 – 2018)
  9. What makes and athlete exceptional? The exceptional case of testosterone?
  10. Banning the tackle in school rugby: Let’s put it into context.
  11. Advance your sports respiratory knowledge by securing your place at #EILO2018
  12. Swiss Sports Student Day #2 – “Have fun – meet the experts – learn the essentials”
  13. Food for thought: Levelling the playing field for Academy nutritionists in English youth soccer
  14. Better than the little blue pill? How physical activity can improve a man’s sex life!
  15. Football Is Medicine International Conference [Portugal, Jan 24 – 25, 2018]
    "Football Is Medicine International Conference [Portugal, Jan 25 - 26, 2018] - BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice"
  16. The Touring Cookie! Sports Physiotherapy in the Pacific
  17. 80 years and counting: the Polish Society of Sports Medicine (PSSM) and contributions to the world of Sports Medicine.
  18. Authors’ response to letter by M O de Almeida & B T Saragiotto on “The effectiveness of extracorporeal shockwave therapy in common lower limb conditions: a systematic review including quantification of patient-rated pain reduction”
  19. Letter in response to “The effectiveness of extracorporeal shockwave therapy in common lower limb conditions: a systematic review including quantification of patient-rated pain reduction”
  20. The Froome case: despite adherence to WADA regulations, is it physiologically possible that a urine sample can contain more than the permissible level of Salbutamol?
 
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