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no doubt that the extensive buffet of researchr consumption in todays world is, at times, a lit-lming. Looking at the availability, reach, and useth of papers we publish in Journal of Science andn Sport provides a reasonable indication of theas in sports medicine and sports science research.tunate in our contemporary environment that wethe enormity of published research through simplem our own computer desktops rather than thumb-hard copy catalogues and collections in libraries
ar.e opportunity to highlight a number of papers pub-e Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport overuple of years that have demonstrated this exten-hrough both a high number of full-text downloadsnumber of citations in other published research.of the ScienceDirect platform, papers publishedal of Science and Medicine in Sport can be easily
d by people across the world. It may be a surpriseaders, but in 2009 over 270,000 full-text articlesloaded from the Journal of Science and Medicineone; that is, around 740 articles downloaded perining the sorts of articles being downloaded pro-ith an indication of the shape and make-up of the
are a multidisciplinary journal and it is good tos is clearly reflected in the articles being accessedworld. Our high flyers include a range of papersof sports medicine, sports injury, physical activ-
alth, and sports science. In the sports medicinef our popular papers have been an investigationts of menstrual cycle phase on clinical measuresion1 and an investigation of whether two com-shoulder diagnostic examination techniques (the and the full can tests) selectively activate the
tus muscle.2 In the area of sports injury, a paperned whether coaches of Australian football usevailable evidence to prevent lower limb injuries3oved very popular. The papers we have recently
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and one that examined a wide range of methodsnitor physical activity in children.5rnal has a strong focus on sports science anded disciplines, and as such, it is no coincidencel of our highly sort-after papers are in this area.nclude the very popular paper on applied physio-nutritional aspects of elite and non-elite triathlone,6 a paper that reported on the effects of increasedining intensity on adaptations to endurance exer-g,7 an examination of heart rate and blood lactatef perceived exertion in soccer,8 and the effects ofn run time to exhaustion.9 Another well soughtis one that investigated the effect on post-exercisecommonly used water immersion methods.10only have the opportunity to highlight a small
our commonly downloaded and cited papers, itnstrate the truly multidisciplinary nature of thethe areas which our readers see as valuable.
r for professional development, research, or tor practice, continue to access and use of theublishafter all, it is no longer difficult or time-to do.
JP, Ondrak KS, Guskiewicz KM, et al. The effects of menstrualase on clinical measures of concussion in healthy college-agedJ Sci Med Sport 2009;12:3837.r CE, Ginn KA, Cathers I. The empty can and full cannot selectively activate supraspinatus. J Sci Med Sport
4359.D, Finch C, Roediger E, et al. Preventing lower limb injuries:
est evidence being translated into the football field? J Sci Med09;12:4526.M, Wijndaele K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, et al. Specific associ-tween types of physical activity and components of mentalSci Med Sport 2009;12:46874.JJ, Tudor-Locke C. Objective monitoring of physical activity
en: considerations for instrument selection. J Sci Med Sport
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7. McNicol AJ, OBrien BJ, Paton CD, et al. The effects of increased abso-lute training intensity on adaptations to endurance exercise training. JSci Med Sport 2009;12:4859.
8. Coutts AJ, Rampanini E, Marcora SM, et al. Heart rate and blood lactatecorrelates of perceived exertion during small-sided soccer games. J SciMed Sport 2009;12:7984.
9. Wittekind AL, Beneke R. Effects of warm-up on run time to exhaustion.J Sci Med Sport 2009;12:4804.
10. Ingram J, Dawson B, Goodman C, et al. Effect of water immersionmethods on post-exercise recovery from simulated team sport exercise.J Sci Med Sport 2009;12:41721.
Editor-in-ChiefGregory S. Kolt (PhD)