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Conference awards

The BASES Annual Conference awards seek to reward outstanding contributions to sport and exercise sciences by BASES members. Awards are presented for presentations (free communication and poster) in student and non-student categories.

All abstracts will be automatically considered for a relevant award. The Awards Panel will shortlist presentations for these awards based on the scientific merit of the abstracts.

Awards will be presented at the closing address of the Conference.

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Abstract submissions

BASES and FEPSAC invite you to submit abstracts in the following sport and exercise science and psychology-related themes:

  • Biomechanics and Motor Behaviour
  • Physical Activity for Health
  • Physiology and Nutrition
  • Psychology
  • Sport and Performance

All abstracts are automatically considered for any relevant awards and authors do not need to apply to be considered for an award.

To register your details with the submission system and submit an abstract click here.

Abstract Deadlines: 

Free communications: Thursday 1 June 2017

Posters and 5 slides in 5 minutes: Monday 3 July 2017

Abstract options

There will be two types of abstracts available:

  • Scientific Communication
  • Applied Practice Presentation

These can be delivered in one of three ways:

  • Free Communication presentation
  • Poster presentation
  • 5 slides in 5 minutes presentation

Please download our full abstract guidelines to ensure your abstract meets our criteria

Download full abstract guidelines

Journal of Sports Sciences

All accepted conference abstracts will be published in an online supplement of the Journal of Sports Sciences

Free-access will be available upon publication of the supplement, until 31 December 2017, at From 1 January 2018 onwards, BASES members can gain online access to the supplement, as well as the current volume of the Journal of Sports Sciences, by subscribing at the discounted rate of: 70 for regular member; and 29 for student members.


2015 Impact Factor: 2.142
Ranking: 22/82 (Sport Sciences)
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