ISCA Science Newsletter

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July 2022 Science Newletter
 
Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming
Leipzig 2023
 
The BMS Organizing Committee looks forward to welcoming you to the start of a new series: Bridging the gap between science and practice.
 
Kick-off with six virtual sessions:
  • July 15, 2022: Viral Infections (8 am GMT) 
  • September 22, 2022: Swimmer’s shoulder (4 pm GMT)
  • November 18, 2022: Collaborative team support (9 am GMT)
  • January 27, 2023: Talent scouting (5 pm GMT)
  • March 17, 2023: Flow simulation (9 am GMT)
  • May 18, 2023: Current technology (4 pm GMT)
 
September 6-9, 2023: Conference in Leipzig (in-person)
 
Free Video
Swim Coaching: A Women’s Perspective
 
One panel at the ISCA Summit was Swim Coaching: A Women’s Perspective. The panel included Ina Herzigova, Abby Fish, Kathleen Prindle, and Kim Bracken. The panel video is available to download for free from Youtube.
 
Free Access to Articles from BMS Conferences
 
The first symposium was organized by Leon Lewillie and Jan Clarys (the “godfather” of BMS) in Belgium in 1970. Since then, the conference has been conducted every four years. The venue has mostly been Europe (Belgium – 1970, 1974, The Netherlands – 1982, Germany – 1986, England – 1990, Finland – 1998, France – 2002, Portugal – 2006, and Norway – 2010) with the exceptions of Canada – 1978, USA – 1994, Australia – 2014, and Japan – 2018.
 
ISCA Certification Program
 
The following courses are Powerpoint Slide Shows with the option to display subtitles in 68 different languages. The courses will soon be available on the ISCA website and are now available on the STR website.
 
Biomechanical Foundations of Swimming
Swimming Without Pain
 
ISCA Science Partners
 
 

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