Annual Conference 2021 award winners announced
25th November 2021
Congratulations to all our award winners at the BASES virtual Annual Conference 2021 and a huge thank you to our sponsors: BASES, Cranlea, Human Kinetics, Routledge/Taylor & Francis and Sportesse.
All the winners will also be added in the Hall of Fame.
Human Kinetics Student Free Communication Presentation Award
£100 Human Kinetics book vouchers for the best student free communication presentation made by a BASES student or graduate member.
Winner: Victoria Parker, University of Suffolk
The Effects of Static versus Dynamic Resistance Exercise on Post Exercise Hypotension
Human Kinetics Student Poster Presentation Award
£100 Human Kinetics book vouchers for the best student poster presentation made by a BASES student or graduate member.
Winner: James Adams, JMA Training
Differences in vertical and braking ground reaction forces between common parkour vaulting techniques with running and precision style landings
BASES Sport and Exercise Science 5 Slides in 5 Minutes Free Communication Presentation Award
£500 (half cash/half BASES vouchers) for the best 5 slides in 5 minutes free communication presentation on sport and exercise science by a professional, graduate or overseas member.
Winner: Assistant Professor Apostolos Theodorou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Step regulation patterns in elite pole vaulters during a major competition
Cranlea Poster Presentation Award
A Polar Heart Rate Monitor for the best poster presentation made by a BASES professional or overseas member
Winner: Chelsea Moore, Glyndwr University
Engagement in familiarisation sessions of the 15-m multi-stage fitness test on estimated maximal oxygen consumption scores in professional policing students
Sportesse Sport and Exercise Science Free Communication Presentation Award£500 cash prize for the best free communication presentation on sport and exercise science made by a BASES professional or overseas member.
Winner: Dr Daniel Bailey, Brunel University, London
Physical activity and sitting time changes in response to COVID-19 home confinement in England
Routledge Recently Qualified Researcher Free Communication Presentation Award
£500 (half cash/half book tokens) to the best free communication presentation given by a recently qualified researcher (BASES member).
Winner: Adam Mattiussi, Royal Opera House
Injury epidemiology in professional ballet: a five-season prospective study of 1596 medical attention injuries and 543 time-loss injuries