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British Journal of Sports Medicine back issues
A longitudinal study on the ammonia threshold in junior cyclists.(Original Article)
April 1, 2004... Br J Sports Med 2004;38:115-119. doi: 10.1136/bjsm.2002.000158 Objectives: To identify the effect of a one year non-specific training programme on the ammonia threshold of a group of junior cyclists and to correlate ammonia threshold with other common physiological variables. ...
Negative neurofunctional effects of frequency, depth and environment in recreational scuba diving: the Geneva "memory dive" study.(Original Article)
April 1, 2004... Br J Sports Med 2004;38:108-114. doi: 10.1136/bjsm.2002.003434 Objectives: To explore relationships between scuba diving activity, brain, and behaviour, and more specifically between global cerebral blood flow (CBF) or cognitive performance and total, annual, or last 6 months'...
Child protection in sport: all sports authorities need to be aware of the problem of child abuse and have guidelines to ensure that such problems are minimised.(Leader)
April 1, 2004... In recent times, we have seen widespread publicity given to domestic child abuse in the lay press, and there is every reason to suspect that sport is not immune from this problem. In Australia for example, a well known international cricket umpire was recently jailed for child sex...
The big blue revisited.(Editorial; shydiving records)
April 1, 2004... For those interested in extreme sports, we have a new candidate--extreme high altitude skydiving. US Air Force Captain Joe Kittinger, who jumped out of a balloon at 102 800 feet in 1960, holds the current world record. Kittinger apparently went into a spin on his stratospheric jump and...
Rage against the machine.(Editorial; children's sport)
April 1, 2004... The influx of lawyers into sport continues. We are all becoming familiar with the concept of the "football dad", whereby a parent pushes his child to play better, abuses referees and berates the coach. All of this is in the hope that his child will achieve sporting success and perhaps a...