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Sports Research Guide: Sport Web Sites

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  • American Society of Exercise Physiology Newsletter 
  • Vol. 1, no. 1, September 1997- present.
    The ASEP Newsletter is devoted to informative articles and news items about exercise physiology. It is a monthly magazine of news, opinions, exercise physiology professionals, and events that shape exercise physiology.

  • Coaching Science Abstracts

    These abstracts interpret research articles for practicing coaches and others interested in applied sport science. Some dated articles are included because their content is still current. Most articles are interpreted for coaches of elite athletes and programs. Between six and eight issues per year will be provided. Courtesy of the San Diego State University Department of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences.


  • Human Kinetics

    Your internet entrance to over 30 gateways to information on physical activity. Categories include but are not limited to: adapted physical activity, aging and physical activity, athletic training and sports rehabilitation, biomechanics of exercise and sport, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, physiology of exercise and sport, psychology of exercise and sport, and recreation and leisure. There are also links to individual sports and activities, as well as a portal to the publications of Human Kinetics.

         National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

         The premier association on college athletics. The site includes a library, news, statistics, rankings, graduation rates, championships,
         information on Title IX, rules, violations, and other relevant topics.

       The professional issues magazine of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Published to meet the needs and interests of APTA     members and to promote physical therapy as a vital professional career, PT provides legislative, health care, human interest, and Association news and serves as a forum for discussion of professional issues and ideas in physical therapy practice. Selected articles onl

  • Scholarly Sport Sites: a Subject Directory

  • This subject directory brings together the websites which will assist the serious sports researcher, kinesiology librarian, sport information specialist, college/university students and faculty. This directory was created under the auspices of the University of Calgary Library, the North American Sport Library Network (NASLIN)and the International Association for Sports Information (IASI). For more information, contact Gretchen Ghent (
  • An easy-to-use searchable directory of sport websites and full-text covering topics such as sports medicine, physical fitness and coaching. Also contains a search engine. Provided by the Sport Information Resource Centr
  • Sportscience

    A peer reviewed site for sport science hosted by the International Sports Sciences Association. Articles can also be searched by topic such as sports medicine, sport nutrition, statistics, etc.
  • SportScience on the Net (SPONET)

    Sport Scientists', Coaches', and Athletes' Ultimate FindMachine. Sponsored by the Institue of Applied Training Science, Information and Documentation Sport Department, Leipzig, Germany.

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