We are interested in finding new ways to understand and support the physical activity/sport needs of individuals and communities ranging from: children to older people, elite athletes to sedentary adults, and healthy participants to those recovering from injury or living with chronic diseases.
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Drs Sang-Hoon Yeo, Ned Jenkinson, Raymond Reynolds and Sam Lucas win UK-Korea Partnering Award 2019.
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