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EUSWIM 29th September 2023, Toledo
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Biomechanical variables in acyclic movements
Database creation and its analysis for predicting performance.
Biophysical modelling of swimming performance
Training Periodization in swimming: what does science tell us? Research based on evidence.
1. WHO WE ARE?
We are an academic and research network whose aim is to develop and spread knowledge about swimming science. Whether you are a student, researcher, or professor, our platform offers the opportunity to exchange, interact and participate with us through our First annual conference.
2. WHAT WE DO?
The EUSWIM supports the effective incorporation of EU Member of European Universities (please, ask whether you are academic of other non-European universities) by generating, sharing knowledge and facilitating information exchange and cooperation across Europe.
3. OUR GOAL
Develop strong partnerships within the researchers who conform the Network of EUSWIM and establish collaboration channels among members of swimming-performance research projects. The community aims to engage and reach anyone interested and committed to the performance-oriented science of swimming.
The EUSWIM network is led by a Committee that operates in 2-year cycles. The board members for 2021-2023 are shown below
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Comparing the Pathway to Success in European Countries Competing in the Swimming World Championships
Authors: Inmaculada Yustres, Jesús Santos Del Cerro, Fernando González-Mohíno , Michael Peyrebrune, José María González-Ravé 1 Purpose: This study aimed to compare the performance progression model
Differences in force production and EMG activity on underwater and dry land conditions in swimmers and non-swimmers
Authors: Francisco Hermosilla Perona, Leandro Machado, Filipa Sousa, J Paulo Vilas-Boas, José M González Ravé This research aims to provide a better understanding of the swimming push-off specificity comparing
Authors: Francisco Hermosilla , José M González-Rave , José Antonio Del Castillo , David B Pyne Knowledge in the scientific domain of individual medley (IM) swimming training over