Science and Skiing VII

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Science and Skiing VII contains the proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Science and Skiing, which was held at St. Christoph am Arlberg, Tyrol, Austria, in December 2016. The conference was organized and hosted by the Department of Sport Science at the University of Salzburg, Austria in December 2016.

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Science and Skiing VII contains the proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Science and Skiing, which was held at St. Christoph am Arlberg, Tyrol, Austria, in December 2016. The conference was organized and hosted by the Department of Sport Science at the University of Salzburg, Austria in December 2016.

Science and Skiing VII offers a broad interdisciplinary spectrum of current high-quality research in Alpine and Nordic skiing and in snowboarding. Four keynote speakers and ninety-seven oral presenters were invited to submit a paper for this volume. 

The entire scope of relevant topics in skiing is covered by these presentations. In order to maintain the high scientific standard required of this book, the selected papers were subject to peer review and editorial judgment prior to acceptance. In the proceedings of this congress, the keynotes as well as the oral presentations are published. 

About the Editors

Erich Muller: Professor of the Department of Sports Science and Kinesiology at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: biomechanics and training in Alpine and Nordic skiing as well as in game sports. Chair of the Christian Doppler laboratory Biomechanics in Skiing. Head of the steering group Winter Sports of the World Commission of Sport Science. 

Josef Kroll: Postdoc at the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: biomechanics and injury prevention in Alpine skiing. 

Stefan Lindinger: Associate Professor at the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: biomechanics and training in cross-country skiing.

Jurgen Pfusterschmied: Postdoc at the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology of the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: postural control and biomechanics.

Jorg Sporri: Postdoc at the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology of the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: biomechanics and injury prevention in Alpine skiing.

 Thomas Stoggl: Associate Professor at the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology of the University of Salzburg, Austria. Main research areas: biomechanics and training in cross-country skiing. 

Additional information

Weight 1.36 oz
Date-Published

12/01/2017

ISBN-13

9781782551249

Format

Trade Paper

ISBN

1782551247

Media

Book

Pages

416

Publisher

Meyer & Meyer Sport

Size

6 x 8.25

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