Lukas Rehmann (Germany) and Lisa Taylor (Great Britain) both won the Routledge Presentation Award for best conference presentation by an Early Career Scholar at the 2019 ISHPES Congress in Madrid.
Ornella Nzindukiyimana Wins 2019 Gigliola Gori EArly Career Scholar Essay Award
Heather Dichter Wins 2019 ISHPES Award
Pierre-Olaf Schut Presents 2019 Routledge Keynote
Enhancing research on Physical Activity and Sport from a Human and Social Science Perspective
International Summer School for Young Researchers – Course for PhD Students
Dear ISHPES members,
A busy year is approaching its end. We held a successful congress in Münster, Germany with around 200 participants from over 20 countries from all continents. It was one of our most successful congresses.[…]
In 2019 ISHPES can celebrate its 30th anniversary which we will celebrate with you during our next conference in Madrid from July 13-18, 2019.
2019 Gigliola Gori Award – Call for Submissions
20th ISHPES CONGRESS July 14-17, 2019 in Madrid, Spain Milestones in the Histories of Sport and Physical Culture Call for abstracts [PDF version] More information can be found on the ISHPES Congress page. Host: Faculty of Sports Science and Physical Therapy, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón The local organizing committee will …