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Sport Endurance Open Evening - THURSDAY 31 MAY

Venue:  Sheffield Hallam University

Free of charge event

Come along and learn how Sheffield Hallam can help endurance athletes to be faster and stronger for longer:

This open evening in Collegiate Hall at Sheffield Hallam University is to showcase the facilities and technology of The Centre for Sport and Exercise Science (CSES) and the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity. The evening will involve presentations and case studies from staff and students, a tour of the labs/facilities and an opportunity for local endurance groups to ask questions of our experts about how we can help you.

Presentation topics will include:

  • British Orienteering Physiological case study
  • Gait analysis and retraining the running gait as a solution to tibial torsion syndrome
  • A hot bath for more than ‘recovery’: using hot water emersion for enhancement of training adaptations.

The purpose of this open evening is to create strong links with local endurance clubs and organisations (running, cycling, swimming, triathlon and so on) in order to collaborate through regional development funding, student projects and University consultancy programmes.

Each year there are opportunities for clubs and athletes to benefit from teaching activities that require participants for our sports students to develop their applied skills on or larger groups to involve with research. We’d love to provide local clubs and athletes with these opportunities and to help the clubs and club members to become fitter and faster than ever before.

Who is the event for?

The event is relevant to local endurance sports clubs, running shops, coaches, athletes, sports physios and podiatrists.

Register your FREE place here.