Deadline extended for Abstracts for BASES Conference 2022

8th June 2022

Abstract submissions and registration are now open for BASES Conference 2022, which this year is taking place at the King Power Stadium, Leicester, on Tuesday 15 to Wednesday 16 November 2022.

Abstracts are invited in the following sport and exercise science-related themes:

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

The deadline date for Free communications, Poster presentations and 5 slides in 5 minutes Free Communications has been extended and is now 10 am on Monday 27 June 2022.

Conference highlights include:

  • Two-day sport and exercise science programme packed with world-leading insight and expertise
  • Rub shoulders with world-leading researchers and practitioners
  • Comprehensive programme for 2022, with 18 plenary sessions including keynotes and lectures
  • Over 100 oral presentations and 100+ poster presentations
  • Awards available to reward outstanding research and practice
  • Opportunity to present your research and gain a publication in the Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Early-bird and member discount available
  • Members’ rates for the 2022 Conference are the same as the 2019 Conference rates
  • Five BASES CPD credits per day

Details of the exciting and diverse Conference programme lined up for this year’s event can be found here. The conference includes an opening keynote session from Baroness Sue Campbell DBE, Director of Women's Football at the FA and former Chair of the Youth Sport Trust and UK Sport, and a closing keynote from Prof Joan Duda, Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Birmingham.

Delegate registration is now open and we are delighted to have kept the members’ rates for the 2022 Conference the same as the 2019 Conference rates. Early bird delegate rates are available until Sunday 4 September 2022.

We look forward to seeing colleagues at the BASES Conference 2022 in November!


BASES stands for the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. BASES is the professional body for sport and exercise sciences in the UK.

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