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    Call for Papers | Inaugural Meeting of The International Association for the Interdisciplinary Study of Sport | December 2–3, 2017, Vienna, Austria. Call ends August 4, 2017

    This symposium aims to bring together a community of scholars and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines who are interested in exploring the significance and meaning of sport within modern societies and who would like to make a contribution to an inter-disciplinary understanding of sport in the twenty first century.

    Call for Papers | Nordic Sport Science Conference | Halmstad University, November 22–23, 2017. Call ends 2017-09-01

    This conference is aimed at everyone interested in sports science research and development in the fields of education, psychology, health, sport, society and adapted physical activity. The theme for the conference is ‘The Double-Edged Sword of Sport: Health Promotion Versus Unhealthy Environments’.

    Call for Papers | International Scientific Conference on Applied Sports Science (ISCASS) | October 12–14, Alexandria, Egypt

    Sports evolve over time, new technology and science play a pivotal role in these changes by providing athletes and coaches with important information about nutrition and training. It also helps in analyzing this information, which ultimately enhances athletic performance in sports. ISCASS is dedicated to the study of current challenges and future focused ideas in physical sports, sports education and its applied science.

    Call for Papers | Association of Researchers in Physical Activities and Sports, ACAPS, International Congress | October 26–28 2015, Nantes, France

    The congress aims to bring together the French and international scientific community of sports, within the field of physical activity and human motor skills, and to allow for interaction, communication and multidisciplinary scientific exchange at the highest level.
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