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Event update - Coronavirus

The Organising Committee of Solent University, Southampton and BASES, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences have considered all current information available to them from Government agencies, including potential bans on mass gatherings, and, as a result, have decided to postpone the BASES Student Conference 2020 from April 2020 to April 2021.

Delegates will be contacted directly by BASES/the Conference Organising Committee with further information regarding their registration and the options available to them, as soon as possible.

7-8 April 2021 | Solent University

On behalf of the organising committee, welcome to the British Association for Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Student Conference 2021, hosted by Solent University.

Held over two days, the conference will showcase a diverse range of world-leading research, teaching, and consultancy surrounding contemporary topics in sport and exercise science. This will be enriched by talks from prominent experts in fields ranging from elite sports organisations, higher education institutes and physical activity hubs.


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If you have any questions about the Conference, please email us:

Keynote speakers

Dr Charlie Foster OBE

Dr Charlie Foster OBE

Associate Professor Adam Hawkey

Associate Professor Adam Hawkey FBASES

Miles Henson

Miles Henson

Dr Emma Kavanagh

Dr Emma Kavanagh

Dr Rory Magrath, course leader at Solent University 

Dr Rory Magrath

Nona McDuff MBE, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Solent University

Nona McDuff OBE

Dr Emma Ross

Dr Emma Ross FBASES

Osei Sankofa

Osei Sankofa

Professor Mike Tipton

Professor Mike Tipton MBE

Dr Philippa Velija

Dr Philippa Velija

Sponsored by

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Supported by

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Journal of Sport and Human Performance logo
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