BASES Conference
Registration open Friday 1 March 2019

Grants & Awards

Grants

BASES Conference Grants

The BASES Conference Grants aim to assist researchers to present free communications at the BASES Conference. Five grants of up to 399 are available to BASES members.

Awards

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

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

Student Awards

  • Human Kinetics Student FreeCommunication Presentation Award
    One award of 100 Human Kinetics book vouchers for the best student free communication presentation made by a BASES student or graduate member.
  • Human Kinetics Student Poster Presentation Award
    One award of 100 Human Kinetics book vouchers for the best student poster presentation made by a BASES student or graduate member.

Non-Student Awards

  • Routledge/Taylor & Francis Sport and Exercise Sciences Impact Award
    One award of 500 (half cash/half book tokens) for the best free communication presentation demonstrating outstanding impacts in terms of reach and significance made by a BASES professional, graduate or overseas member.
  • Sportesse Sport and Exercise Science Free Communication Presentation Award
    A 500 cash prize for the best free communication presentation on sport and exercise science made by a BASES professional or overseas member.
  • BASES Sport and Exercise Science 5 Slides in 5 Minutes Free Communication Presentation Award
    500 (half cash/half BASES vouchers) for the best 5 slides in 5 minutes free communication presentation on sport and exercise science by a professional, graduate or overseas member.
  • Routledge Recently Qualified Researcher Free Communication Presentation Award
    A prize of 500 (half cash/half book tokens) to the best free communication presentation given by a recently qualified researcher (BASES member).
  • Cranlea Poster Presentation Award
    One award of a Polar Heart Rate Monitor for the best poster presentation made by a BASES professional or overseas member.