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Engineering, Biomechanics & Biophysics, Biomechanics, Biomechanical Engineering, sports biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering, biomedical engineering research, Baseball, Major League Baseball, Sports Medicine, Sport Injuries, sport safety, Sport Injury, UCL reconstruction, Kinetics, little le, Little League Elbow, little league baseball, Minor League Basebal

Smart Pitching: UAB Engineer Investigates Dead Arms and the Rise of the Teenage Tommy John Surgery

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Glenn Fleisig compiles biomechanical analysis from thousands of baseball players to find out what's behind the epidemic.

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Running, running injuries, Knee Arthritis, Knee Cartilage, exercise and aging, exercise and arthritis, Inflammation, pain, Health, Marathon, distance running

Study: Running Actually Lowers Inflammation in Knee Joints

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New research from BYU exercise science professors finds that pro-inflammatory molecules actually go down in the knee joint after running.

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Baseball, Baseball Statistics, Statistics, Computer Science, Meaningless Game Situations

Is Your Favorite Ballplayer Hitting When It Matters, or Just Padding His Stats?

Computer scientists are adding to the ocean of baseball statistics with what appears to be the first analysis of hitters’ performance when their team is either just about guaranteed to win or hopelessly behind: the "meaningless game situation."

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Orthopaedic Surgery, Football Players

Wellington Hsu, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northwestern Memorial Hospital Can Discuss Rob Gronkowski's Back Surgery and the Possible Future Performance and Career Trajectory of the Professional Athlete.

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Ohio State Fans Generated Biggest “Fan Quakes” of the Season During the Michigan Game

Even before the opening kickoff of the Ohio State-Michigan football game, fans' celebrations had broken all previous records for seismic energy generated by the biggest plays of the 2016 season.

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Football, Geology, seismic activity, Education, Earth Science

Shaking the ’Shoe: Fan Celebrations at Ohio State Football Games Register on a Seismic Scale

The Ohio State University doesn’t just make big plays—it measures exactly how big those plays are, and uses the data to teach students valuable lessons in science.

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LGBTQ, Athletic Training, Diversity

Indiana State Student Recognized for Efforts to Make Athletic Training Profession More Inclusive

Doctorate of Athletic Training student Emma Nye is researching LGBTQ issues within her profession and working to make the workplace and her campus more inclusive.

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University Of Louisville, University Of Kentucky, Collaborative Research

Red and Blue Collaborate for a Better Kentucky, Nation, World

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The University of Louisville and University of Kentucky are fierce competitors on the football field but come together to conduct collaborative research funded at almost $11 million this year.

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Swimming, Stroke, stroke efficiency, front crawl, drag coefficient, Fluid Dynamics, Wilem van de Water, Josje van Houwelingern, Dennis Wilemsenm, Wim Paul Breugem, Jerry Westerweel, Rene Delfos, Ernst Jan Grift, Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft University of Technology, J.M. Burgers Centre for Fluid Dynamics, DFD, Division of Fluid Dynamics, 69th D

Paddle or Rake to Improve Your Swimming Stroke?

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Note to elite swimmers: Are you looking for a competitive edge in the hydrodynamics of your front crawl?

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NFL, Football, Sports, football players health

Protecting the Players

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A newly released on analysis performed over two years by researchers at Harvard Law School outlines key recommendations to improve structural, ethical and legal factors that affect the health of NFL players







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