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State of affairs Membership

Finances

We are very proud of our diverse and multi-cultural membership, and everything they bring to the college, congress and the field of sport science.

Our income comes from:

@EurJSportSci

Impact Factor Ranked 30/82

31

%

1436 Male

Highlights Report

tandfonline.com/EJSS

1.785

Members by gender

69

#EJSS

EJSS news

In 2016...

%

2016

European Journal of Sport Science

MEDLINE LISTED

658 Female

hhEJSS Best Paper Award launching in 2017 hhPublishing 10 issues from 2017 hhFirst ever video abstract published in 2016 hhTop 10 submitting countries in 2016: Brazil, Spain, UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Turkey, Australia, Italy, and Portugal. hhTop article download in 2016: Volek et al, Rethinking fat as a fuel for endurance exercise (7,714) hhMost cited article in 2016: Bartlett et al, Carbohydrate availability and exercise training adaptation (19)

WE ARE SPORT SCIENCE

Top 10 membership research areas 1 Physiology 2 Exercise and health 3 Training and testing 4 Biomechanics 5 Sports medicine 6 Coaching and performance 7 Nutrition and exercise 8 Sports psychology 9 Muscle mechanics and neuromuscular control 10 Motor control and learning

Congress

60%

Membership

20%

88%

Partners

15%

2016 REJECTION RATE

Journal

5%

We spend our income on:

19 DAYS 2016 SUBMISSION TO DECISION

298 269

195

=

Top 20 membership countries

908

Countries outside Europe

SUBMISSIONS IN 2016

Message from Social Media Editor @EurJSportSci is setting trends in the Twittersphere. We were the first journal with Taylor & Francis to ask authors for their Twitter handle during submission in 2014-15. In 2016, we are now publishing video abstracts. Based on our current follower growth rate, by ECSS 2017 we’re expecting 10K+ followers. Dr Sharief Hendricks

Message from Editor-in-Chief

114 93 91 91 47 45 45

40 36 35

33 31

Japan Germany UK Italy Australia Austria Spain Switzerland Brazil France United States Taiwan Belgium Norway Denmark Netherlands South Korea Finland Greece Sweden

54 54 51 49 48

#WeAreSportScience

Congress

60%

Office

30%

Journal

10%

BRAZIL TOP SUBMITTING COUNTRY IN 2016

I am delighted to announce that 2016 was another successful year for the journal, and that 2017 has started well with the publication of a double special issue on the philosophy and history of sports science in Europe, and the phenomenon of the quiet eye in motor control. New special issues on integrative models of fatigue and nutrition for health are also in preparation. Thanks to all the team for their hard work and commitment in 2016! Professor Andrew Jones

5

6

sport-science.org


sport-science.org

sport-science.org

“Good science in a familiar atmosphere”

ECSS 2017, MetropolisRuhr, comes back to Germany in Essen, for a programme packed with hot topics and a range of new opportunities for delegates. The Congress build for ECSS 2018 in Dublin, which takes place in January 2017, received a record number of 128 Plenary and Invited Session proposals from the membership, which is fantastic news and a great way for members to impact the congress programming. The venue and social events for ECSS 2019 in Prague have been secured, and we received a record number of 15 bidders seeking to host ECSS 2020 and ECSS 2021. Venues for these events will be announced in early 2017.

11

2016 update One of the college’s key objectives is to promote young scientists and foster state-of-the-art research. For this purpose the ECSS established the Young Investigators Award (YIA).

42 1

Y ap IA pl ica nt s rs

“ECSS has, since its inception, promoted and successfully raised the profile and quality of sport science not just in Europe but worldwide.”

ex hi

53

bi to

s ie

nt r

In 2016, we were delighted to receive an impressive 421 applications for the YIA, and 116 of these became finalists.

Exchanges

#WeAreSportScience

Prof Neil Armstrong, University of Exeter, UK

ACSM

Platinum Partner ®

CSSA

ESSA

Gold Partner Aspetar aspetar.com Bronze Partner Catapult catapultsports.com

A world-class future

Bronze Partner

In 2016, the ECSS launched its new strategy, which established four core missions for the College and its role in sport science:

Bronze Partner

1 3

Our work with partners has intensified. We continue to work at Platinum level with GSSI and Gold level with Aspetar Sports Medicine Hospital. We welcome a new Gold Partnership with Catapult, and are actively seeking new relationships with global brands. All of these partnerships are established to create impact.

2

Provide high value membership

2 4

Empower the development of young scientists Develop strong relations with key strategic partners

Mini-Oral presentation 1st REID REALE (Australia)

If you haven’t already had the pleasure of meeting Will, he is an energetic, Kiwi, globe-trotting sport scientist with a big focus on statistics and the sharing of knowledge. In the first ten minutes of our interview with Will, he spoke only of statistics and it was clear that he has had an exciting career in this area and is still passionate about it today. Will is also fascinated in reviewing anything relating to ‘sport science’, whether it’s a conference or a journal article, a session he has attended somewhere, or a proposal. He is passionate about sharing his views and his copious amounts of experience with the community, his end goal being: up-skilling sport and exercise scientists around the world.

What does Will think of the ECSS? We were delighted to learn that Will rates the ECSS highly and is impressed with the work we are doing. Will’s first ECSS congress was Oslo, 2009. This was also the year Will first became an ECSS member.

145 This breaks down to

MAHMOUD NIKSERESHT (Iran)

“ECSS is a great place to stay connected with what’s happening in sport science. It provides lots of opportunities for networking and meeting new buddies or co-authors”

BRUNO ARCHIZA (Brazil)

TAKSHITA SOOKAN (South Africa)

Prof Will Hopkins

COSMED cosmed.it

Will’s tips for young scientists attending ECSS

106

Bronze Partner Cortex cortex-medical.com

Official ECSS Publishing Partner Taylor & Francis tandfonline.com/ejss

hhArrive early at the congress city, so that you have time to explore and see the sights ahead of the programme starting. hhRegister early! hhStudy the programme, really plan your days. hhDon’t compromise the congress with sightseeing! hhAttend everything. hhDon’t be afraid to walk up to big shots and ask for help. hhAsk questions! Especially stupid ones. hhRead Will’s reports.

Associations

ECSS Supporter Kistler kistler.com/biomechanics

Bronze Partner

H/P/Cosmos h-p-cosmos.com/en

35

Institutions

ECSS Supporter Monark monarkexercise.se

Adidas adidas.com/de ECSS Supporter HUR l a b s

JSPFSM

Affiliations

Official ECSS Sports Performance Hydration & Nutrition Partner – GSSI gssiweb.com

Gold Partner

Disseminate high quality, innovative science

Oral presentation 1st NATTAI BORGES (Australia)

Travel Grants

Partners

Also in 2017 we see the launch of the ‘EJSS Best Paper Award’, voted for by the Editorial Board of EJSS and worth €1,000 to the winner. The Journal under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Professor Andrew Jones, continues on its upward trajectory. It has seen a year on year increase in Impact Factor (1.785) and is now ranked in the top 30 sport science journals in the world. The short-term ambition is to reach an Impact Factor of 2+ and be recognised as a top 20 publication. It is now receiving record numbers of submissions and publishing special editions that are proving very popular.

2016 winners

A full list of winners can be found at sport-science.org.

Leading the promotion and application of world-class, multidisciplinary science in sport and exercise

ECSS Spirit Survey, 2016

Professor Will Hopkins

ct s

ab st ra

76

co u

s

19

at es

de le g

28

73

0

24 5 t 2

r2

tw ee

M e t ro p o li s R u h

Across the last 18 months there have been many accomplishments and successes to share. We have achieved much, but there is still room for many more refinements and developments. The life blood of the College remains its membership, and the people that commit to coming to the Annual Congress. In order to secure the future of your College, we urge you to continue to engage with ECSS by renewing your membership and extending this by becoming Fellows of ECSS. In addition, we look to you to impact College activity by submitting your, or encouraging your students to submit work to our award programmes, propose invited and plenary sessions for future congresses, and seek office in the various board structures of ECSS.

The Annual Congress continues to go from strength to strength. ECSS 2016 in Vienna was a resounding success, attracting over 2,800 delegates from more than 76 countries. Hosted in a dedicated convention centre, in a delightful city, with a great social networking programme, the summer Congress reached new heights.

#WeAreSportScience

SS

15 minutes with…

Young Investigators

ECSS Vienna 2016

re

ECSS2017

EC

It’s been both a productive and exciting year of advancement for the ECSS. At the 2016 winter meeting, the Executive Board held a strategy session to revise and refresh the strategic direction of the College. This was ratified at the summer meeting of the Executive Board and is now published as a strategy map (see the ‘ECSS Vision’ at sport-science.org) which charts the future direction of the College until 2020 (see below ‘A world-class future’ for more detail).

e t ro p o l i t a n aM A

17

en Sci Spor t

Message from Tim Cable, ECSS President

in

a

Hello

ce

sport-science.org

4

ECSS Supporter HUR hurlabs.com

Microgate SRL microgate.it

Federations

“ECSS provides an excellent forum for meeting old and new colleagues working in different sport science disciplines across the globe”

Thanks Will!

James Carter, Director GSSI

3

4

#WeAreSportScience


sport-science.org

sport-science.org

“Good science in a familiar atmosphere”

ECSS 2017, MetropolisRuhr, comes back to Germany in Essen, for a programme packed with hot topics and a range of new opportunities for delegates. The Congress build for ECSS 2018 in Dublin, which takes place in January 2017, received a record number of 128 Plenary and Invited Session proposals from the membership, which is fantastic news and a great way for members to impact the congress programming. The venue and social events for ECSS 2019 in Prague have been secured, and we received a record number of 15 bidders seeking to host ECSS 2020 and ECSS 2021. Venues for these events will be announced in early 2017.

11

2016 update One of the college’s key objectives is to promote young scientists and foster state-of-the-art research. For this purpose the ECSS established the Young Investigators Award (YIA).

42 1

Y ap IA pl ica nt s rs

“ECSS has, since its inception, promoted and successfully raised the profile and quality of sport science not just in Europe but worldwide.”

ex hi

53

bi to

s ie

nt r

In 2016, we were delighted to receive an impressive 421 applications for the YIA, and 116 of these became finalists.

Exchanges

#WeAreSportScience

Prof Neil Armstrong, University of Exeter, UK

ACSM

Platinum Partner ®

CSSA

ESSA

Gold Partner Aspetar aspetar.com Bronze Partner Catapult catapultsports.com

A world-class future

Bronze Partner

In 2016, the ECSS launched its new strategy, which established four core missions for the College and its role in sport science:

Bronze Partner

1 3

Our work with partners has intensified. We continue to work at Platinum level with GSSI and Gold level with Aspetar Sports Medicine Hospital. We welcome a new Gold Partnership with Catapult, and are actively seeking new relationships with global brands. All of these partnerships are established to create impact.

2

Provide high value membership

2 4

Empower the development of young scientists Develop strong relations with key strategic partners

Mini-Oral presentation 1st REID REALE (Australia)

If you haven’t already had the pleasure of meeting Will, he is an energetic, Kiwi, globe-trotting sport scientist with a big focus on statistics and the sharing of knowledge. In the first ten minutes of our interview with Will, he spoke only of statistics and it was clear that he has had an exciting career in this area and is still passionate about it today. Will is also fascinated in reviewing anything relating to ‘sport science’, whether it’s a conference or a journal article, a session he has attended somewhere, or a proposal. He is passionate about sharing his views and his copious amounts of experience with the community, his end goal being: up-skilling sport and exercise scientists around the world.

What does Will think of the ECSS? We were delighted to learn that Will rates the ECSS highly and is impressed with the work we are doing. Will’s first ECSS congress was Oslo, 2009. This was also the year Will first became an ECSS member.

145 This breaks down to

MAHMOUD NIKSERESHT (Iran)

“ECSS is a great place to stay connected with what’s happening in sport science. It provides lots of opportunities for networking and meeting new buddies or co-authors”

BRUNO ARCHIZA (Brazil)

TAKSHITA SOOKAN (South Africa)

Prof Will Hopkins

COSMED cosmed.it

Will’s tips for young scientists attending ECSS

106

Bronze Partner Cortex cortex-medical.com

Official ECSS Publishing Partner Taylor & Francis tandfonline.com/ejss

hhArrive early at the congress city, so that you have time to explore and see the sights ahead of the programme starting. hhRegister early! hhStudy the programme, really plan your days. hhDon’t compromise the congress with sightseeing! hhAttend everything. hhDon’t be afraid to walk up to big shots and ask for help. hhAsk questions! Especially stupid ones. hhRead Will’s reports.

Associations

ECSS Supporter Kistler kistler.com/biomechanics

Bronze Partner

H/P/Cosmos h-p-cosmos.com/en

35

Institutions

ECSS Supporter Monark monarkexercise.se

Adidas adidas.com/de ECSS Supporter HUR l a b s

JSPFSM

Affiliations

Official ECSS Sports Performance Hydration & Nutrition Partner – GSSI gssiweb.com

Gold Partner

Disseminate high quality, innovative science

Oral presentation 1st NATTAI BORGES (Australia)

Travel Grants

Partners

Also in 2017 we see the launch of the ‘EJSS Best Paper Award’, voted for by the Editorial Board of EJSS and worth €1,000 to the winner. The Journal under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Professor Andrew Jones, continues on its upward trajectory. It has seen a year on year increase in Impact Factor (1.785) and is now ranked in the top 30 sport science journals in the world. The short-term ambition is to reach an Impact Factor of 2+ and be recognised as a top 20 publication. It is now receiving record numbers of submissions and publishing special editions that are proving very popular.

2016 winners

A full list of winners can be found at sport-science.org.

Leading the promotion and application of world-class, multidisciplinary science in sport and exercise

ECSS Spirit Survey, 2016

Professor Will Hopkins

ct s

ab st ra

76

co u

s

19

at es

de le g

28

73

0

24 5 t 2

r2

tw ee

M e t ro p o li s R u h

Across the last 18 months there have been many accomplishments and successes to share. We have achieved much, but there is still room for many more refinements and developments. The life blood of the College remains its membership, and the people that commit to coming to the Annual Congress. In order to secure the future of your College, we urge you to continue to engage with ECSS by renewing your membership and extending this by becoming Fellows of ECSS. In addition, we look to you to impact College activity by submitting your, or encouraging your students to submit work to our award programmes, propose invited and plenary sessions for future congresses, and seek office in the various board structures of ECSS.

The Annual Congress continues to go from strength to strength. ECSS 2016 in Vienna was a resounding success, attracting over 2,800 delegates from more than 76 countries. Hosted in a dedicated convention centre, in a delightful city, with a great social networking programme, the summer Congress reached new heights.

#WeAreSportScience

SS

15 minutes with…

Young Investigators

ECSS Vienna 2016

re

ECSS2017

EC

It’s been both a productive and exciting year of advancement for the ECSS. At the 2016 winter meeting, the Executive Board held a strategy session to revise and refresh the strategic direction of the College. This was ratified at the summer meeting of the Executive Board and is now published as a strategy map (see the ‘ECSS Vision’ at sport-science.org) which charts the future direction of the College until 2020 (see below ‘A world-class future’ for more detail).

e t ro p o l i t a n aM A

17

en Sci Spor t

Message from Tim Cable, ECSS President

in

a

Hello

ce

sport-science.org

4

ECSS Supporter HUR hurlabs.com

Microgate SRL microgate.it

Federations

“ECSS provides an excellent forum for meeting old and new colleagues working in different sport science disciplines across the globe”

Thanks Will!

James Carter, Director GSSI

3

4

#WeAreSportScience


sport-science.org

sport-science.org

“Good science in a familiar atmosphere”

ECSS 2017, MetropolisRuhr, comes back to Germany in Essen, for a programme packed with hot topics and a range of new opportunities for delegates. The Congress build for ECSS 2018 in Dublin, which takes place in January 2017, received a record number of 128 Plenary and Invited Session proposals from the membership, which is fantastic news and a great way for members to impact the congress programming. The venue and social events for ECSS 2019 in Prague have been secured, and we received a record number of 15 bidders seeking to host ECSS 2020 and ECSS 2021. Venues for these events will be announced in early 2017.

11

2016 update One of the college’s key objectives is to promote young scientists and foster state-of-the-art research. For this purpose the ECSS established the Young Investigators Award (YIA).

42 1

Y ap IA pl ica nt s rs

“ECSS has, since its inception, promoted and successfully raised the profile and quality of sport science not just in Europe but worldwide.”

ex hi

53

bi to

s ie

nt r

In 2016, we were delighted to receive an impressive 421 applications for the YIA, and 116 of these became finalists.

Exchanges

#WeAreSportScience

Prof Neil Armstrong, University of Exeter, UK

ACSM

Platinum Partner ®

CSSA

ESSA

Gold Partner Aspetar aspetar.com Bronze Partner Catapult catapultsports.com

A world-class future

Bronze Partner

In 2016, the ECSS launched its new strategy, which established four core missions for the College and its role in sport science:

Bronze Partner

1 3

Our work with partners has intensified. We continue to work at Platinum level with GSSI and Gold level with Aspetar Sports Medicine Hospital. We welcome a new Gold Partnership with Catapult, and are actively seeking new relationships with global brands. All of these partnerships are established to create impact.

2

Provide high value membership

2 4

Empower the development of young scientists Develop strong relations with key strategic partners

Mini-Oral presentation 1st REID REALE (Australia)

If you haven’t already had the pleasure of meeting Will, he is an energetic, Kiwi, globe-trotting sport scientist with a big focus on statistics and the sharing of knowledge. In the first ten minutes of our interview with Will, he spoke only of statistics and it was clear that he has had an exciting career in this area and is still passionate about it today. Will is also fascinated in reviewing anything relating to ‘sport science’, whether it’s a conference or a journal article, a session he has attended somewhere, or a proposal. He is passionate about sharing his views and his copious amounts of experience with the community, his end goal being: up-skilling sport and exercise scientists around the world.

What does Will think of the ECSS? We were delighted to learn that Will rates the ECSS highly and is impressed with the work we are doing. Will’s first ECSS congress was Oslo, 2009. This was also the year Will first became an ECSS member.

145 This breaks down to

MAHMOUD NIKSERESHT (Iran)

“ECSS is a great place to stay connected with what’s happening in sport science. It provides lots of opportunities for networking and meeting new buddies or co-authors”

BRUNO ARCHIZA (Brazil)

TAKSHITA SOOKAN (South Africa)

Prof Will Hopkins

COSMED cosmed.it

Will’s tips for young scientists attending ECSS

106

Bronze Partner Cortex cortex-medical.com

Official ECSS Publishing Partner Taylor & Francis tandfonline.com/ejss

hhArrive early at the congress city, so that you have time to explore and see the sights ahead of the programme starting. hhRegister early! hhStudy the programme, really plan your days. hhDon’t compromise the congress with sightseeing! hhAttend everything. hhDon’t be afraid to walk up to big shots and ask for help. hhAsk questions! Especially stupid ones. hhRead Will’s reports.

Associations

ECSS Supporter Kistler kistler.com/biomechanics

Bronze Partner

H/P/Cosmos h-p-cosmos.com/en

35

Institutions

ECSS Supporter Monark monarkexercise.se

Adidas adidas.com/de ECSS Supporter HUR l a b s

JSPFSM

Affiliations

Official ECSS Sports Performance Hydration & Nutrition Partner – GSSI gssiweb.com

Gold Partner

Disseminate high quality, innovative science

Oral presentation 1st NATTAI BORGES (Australia)

Travel Grants

Partners

Also in 2017 we see the launch of the ‘EJSS Best Paper Award’, voted for by the Editorial Board of EJSS and worth €1,000 to the winner. The Journal under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Professor Andrew Jones, continues on its upward trajectory. It has seen a year on year increase in Impact Factor (1.785) and is now ranked in the top 30 sport science journals in the world. The short-term ambition is to reach an Impact Factor of 2+ and be recognised as a top 20 publication. It is now receiving record numbers of submissions and publishing special editions that are proving very popular.

2016 winners

A full list of winners can be found at sport-science.org.

Leading the promotion and application of world-class, multidisciplinary science in sport and exercise

ECSS Spirit Survey, 2016

Professor Will Hopkins

ct s

ab st ra

76

co u

s

19

at es

de le g

28

73

0

24 5 t 2

r2

tw ee

M e t ro p o li s R u h

Across the last 18 months there have been many accomplishments and successes to share. We have achieved much, but there is still room for many more refinements and developments. The life blood of the College remains its membership, and the people that commit to coming to the Annual Congress. In order to secure the future of your College, we urge you to continue to engage with ECSS by renewing your membership and extending this by becoming Fellows of ECSS. In addition, we look to you to impact College activity by submitting your, or encouraging your students to submit work to our award programmes, propose invited and plenary sessions for future congresses, and seek office in the various board structures of ECSS.

The Annual Congress continues to go from strength to strength. ECSS 2016 in Vienna was a resounding success, attracting over 2,800 delegates from more than 76 countries. Hosted in a dedicated convention centre, in a delightful city, with a great social networking programme, the summer Congress reached new heights.

#WeAreSportScience

SS

15 minutes with…

Young Investigators

ECSS Vienna 2016

re

ECSS2017

EC

It’s been both a productive and exciting year of advancement for the ECSS. At the 2016 winter meeting, the Executive Board held a strategy session to revise and refresh the strategic direction of the College. This was ratified at the summer meeting of the Executive Board and is now published as a strategy map (see the ‘ECSS Vision’ at sport-science.org) which charts the future direction of the College until 2020 (see below ‘A world-class future’ for more detail).

e t ro p o l i t a n aM A

17

en Sci Spor t

Message from Tim Cable, ECSS President

in

a

Hello

ce

sport-science.org

4

ECSS Supporter HUR hurlabs.com

Microgate SRL microgate.it

Federations

“ECSS provides an excellent forum for meeting old and new colleagues working in different sport science disciplines across the globe”

Thanks Will!

James Carter, Director GSSI

3

4

#WeAreSportScience


sport-science.org

sport-science.org

State of affairs Membership

Finances

We are very proud of our diverse and multi-cultural membership, and everything they bring to the college, congress and the field of sport science.

Our income comes from:

@EurJSportSci

Impact Factor Ranked 30/82

31

%

1436 Male

Highlights Report

tandfonline.com/EJSS

1.785

Members by gender

69

#EJSS

EJSS news

In 2016...

%

2016

European Journal of Sport Science

MEDLINE LISTED

658 Female

hhEJSS Best Paper Award launching in 2017 hhPublishing 10 issues from 2017 hhFirst ever video abstract published in 2016 hhTop 10 submitting countries in 2016: Brazil, Spain, UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Turkey, Australia, Italy, and Portugal. hhTop article download in 2016: Volek et al, Rethinking fat as a fuel for endurance exercise (7,714) hhMost cited article in 2016: Bartlett et al, Carbohydrate availability and exercise training adaptation (19)

WE ARE SPORT SCIENCE

Top 10 membership research areas 1 Physiology 2 Exercise and health 3 Training and testing 4 Biomechanics 5 Sports medicine 6 Coaching and performance 7 Nutrition and exercise 8 Sports psychology 9 Muscle mechanics and neuromuscular control 10 Motor control and learning

Congress

60%

Membership

20%

88%

Partners

15%

2016 REJECTION RATE

Journal

5%

We spend our income on:

19 DAYS 2016 SUBMISSION TO DECISION

298 269

195

=

Top 20 membership countries

908

Countries outside Europe

SUBMISSIONS IN 2016

Message from Social Media Editor @EurJSportSci is setting trends in the Twittersphere. We were the first journal with Taylor & Francis to ask authors for their Twitter handle during submission in 2014-15. In 2016, we are now publishing video abstracts. Based on our current follower growth rate, by ECSS 2017 we’re expecting 10K+ followers. Dr Sharief Hendricks

Message from Editor-in-Chief

114 93 91 91 47 45 45

40 36 35

33 31

Japan Germany UK Italy Australia Austria Spain Switzerland Brazil France United States Taiwan Belgium Norway Denmark Netherlands South Korea Finland Greece Sweden

54 54 51 49 48

#WeAreSportScience

Congress

60%

Office

30%

Journal

10%

BRAZIL TOP SUBMITTING COUNTRY IN 2016

I am delighted to announce that 2016 was another successful year for the journal, and that 2017 has started well with the publication of a double special issue on the philosophy and history of sports science in Europe, and the phenomenon of the quiet eye in motor control. New special issues on integrative models of fatigue and nutrition for health are also in preparation. Thanks to all the team for their hard work and commitment in 2016! Professor Andrew Jones

5

6

sport-science.org


sport-science.org

sport-science.org

State of affairs Membership

Finances

We are very proud of our diverse and multi-cultural membership, and everything they bring to the college, congress and the field of sport science.

Our income comes from:

@EurJSportSci

Impact Factor Ranked 30/82

31

%

1436 Male

Highlights Report

tandfonline.com/EJSS

1.785

Members by gender

69

#EJSS

EJSS news

In 2016...

%

2016

European Journal of Sport Science

MEDLINE LISTED

658 Female

hhEJSS Best Paper Award launching in 2017 hhPublishing 10 issues from 2017 hhFirst ever video abstract published in 2016 hhTop 10 submitting countries in 2016: Brazil, Spain, UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Turkey, Australia, Italy, and Portugal. hhTop article download in 2016: Volek et al, Rethinking fat as a fuel for endurance exercise (7,714) hhMost cited article in 2016: Bartlett et al, Carbohydrate availability and exercise training adaptation (19)

WE ARE SPORT SCIENCE

Top 10 membership research areas 1 Physiology 2 Exercise and health 3 Training and testing 4 Biomechanics 5 Sports medicine 6 Coaching and performance 7 Nutrition and exercise 8 Sports psychology 9 Muscle mechanics and neuromuscular control 10 Motor control and learning

Congress

60%

Membership

20%

88%

Partners

15%

2016 REJECTION RATE

Journal

5%

We spend our income on:

19 DAYS 2016 SUBMISSION TO DECISION

298 269

195

=

Top 20 membership countries

908

Countries outside Europe

SUBMISSIONS IN 2016

Message from Social Media Editor @EurJSportSci is setting trends in the Twittersphere. We were the first journal with Taylor & Francis to ask authors for their Twitter handle during submission in 2014-15. In 2016, we are now publishing video abstracts. Based on our current follower growth rate, by ECSS 2017 we’re expecting 10K+ followers. Dr Sharief Hendricks

Message from Editor-in-Chief

114 93 91 91 47 45 45

40 36 35

33 31

Japan Germany UK Italy Australia Austria Spain Switzerland Brazil France United States Taiwan Belgium Norway Denmark Netherlands South Korea Finland Greece Sweden

54 54 51 49 48

#WeAreSportScience

Congress

60%

Office

30%

Journal

10%

BRAZIL TOP SUBMITTING COUNTRY IN 2016

I am delighted to announce that 2016 was another successful year for the journal, and that 2017 has started well with the publication of a double special issue on the philosophy and history of sports science in Europe, and the phenomenon of the quiet eye in motor control. New special issues on integrative models of fatigue and nutrition for health are also in preparation. Thanks to all the team for their hard work and commitment in 2016! Professor Andrew Jones

5

6

sport-science.org


ECSS 2016 Highlights Report