New issue of The Sport and Exercise Scientist

6th November 2019


The Winter issue of The Sport and Exercise Scientist is now available in the BASES Members’ Area and a hard copy will be out for delivery shortly.

To sign into the Members’ Area, you will need your username (your e-mail address) and password (sent to you via e-mail when you joined BASES).


- The BASES Expert Statement on Extracellular Buffering Agents
- BASES Annual Report 2018-2019
- Reviews on sport science books, apps and podcasts
- Science Friction – discussion of research, sport and trial by Social Media

We would like to thank all of our advertisers for the Winter 2019 issue – HaB International, Routledge, Liverpool John Moores University, Human Kinetics, Cambridge Nutritional Science, Taylor & Francis, Wattbike, The Physiological Society and Cranlea.

WIN a year’s FREE BASES membership by providing us with a ‘Letter of the issue’ to be published in The Sport and Exercise Scientist - Spring 2020. To be eligible to win the prize there must:

  1. Be 3 publishable letters entered
  2. Letters must be no longer than 250
  3. Must refer to an article that has appeared in the last issue of TSES
  4. Must include your name

*If you are interested, please email by 1 January 2020*

Interested in advertising in the next issue?

TSES is an excellent advertising vehicle for organisations and institutions wishing to reach a targeted audience with an interest in the sport and exercise science industry. Find out more about advertising here or contact Amy Taylor ( if you have any questions.

Review the latest sport and exercise science content and be published in The Sport and Exercise Scientist Spring 2020 issue.

Members are reviewing a wide range of sport and exercise science related resources which includes:

  • Websites
  • Journals
  • Policy Documents
  • Apps
  • Books

If you are interested in becoming a reviewer or have a suggestion for a resource you would like to review that is fitting with the publication, please email –

We hope you enjoy the issue!


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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