Scientific Aspects of Women's Gymnastics
Sands W.A. (Thousand Oaks, Calif.)
Caine D.J. (Bellingham, Wash.)
Borms J. (Brussels)
Publication year: 2003
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Medicine and Sport Science , Vol. 45
Editor(s): Caine D.J. (Georgetown, Tex.)
Hills A.P. (Brisbane, Qld.)
Noakes T. (Cape Town)
X + 174 p., 24 fig., 20 tab., hard cover, 2003
William A.Sands is the Director of Research and Development for USA Gymnastics, a former chair of sport science for USA Gymnastics, and Vice Chair for Research for the US Elite Coaches Association for Women’s Gymnastics.
Dennis J. Caine is an internationally recognized authority on the epidemiology of injury in sports. His research and writing - much of it on pediatric sports injuries - has been widely published. Most notably, his articles on growth plate and gymnastics injuries resulted from his collaboration in several auxological and injury epidemiology studies.
Jan Borms is since 2001 a Professor Emeritus of Human Biometry and Health Promotion. He received his PhD from the Vrije Universiteit Brussels (VUB), Belgium. He was formerly Head of the Department of Human Biometry and Biomechanics at the Faculty of Physical Education at the VUB. He was the first (founding) President of ISAK, the International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry.