Cevnautas dos Esportes Aquáticos e da Biomecânica. Temos tempo para preparar os trabalhos. Quem topar pode também aproveitar os contatos. Esses contatos nas notas das listas de discussão (até maio de 2008) e desde então nas comunidades têm sido muito utilizadas pelos cevnautas que vivem em contato com os vetores de tecnologia de cada área. Tem rendido pós graduação no estrangeiro também. laercio

Dear Colleagues,

BMS2014 - XIIth International Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, hosted by the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra,  28 April to 2 May, 2014

Please find details attached. Dr Bruce Mason has also provides further detail in his email below.

Kind regards,

Gavin Reynolds
National Sport Information Centre / Clearinghouse for Sport

Sport Research and Information

Australian Sports Commission
Tel:   +61 2 6214 1679
Fax:  +61 2 6214 1678

Mob: +61 427 391 279



From: Bruce Mason
Sent: Tuesday, 20 August 2013 4:32 PM
To: Gavin Reynolds
Subject: BMS2014

Hi Gavin,

              The Biomechanics and Medicine International conference only occurs every four years and BMS2014 will be the 12th such conference.  The conference has normally been held in European cities with the exception of one in Canada and the other in the USA. BMS2014 will be held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra from the 28th April  to the 2nd May 2014.  Swimming Australia are also co hosts of the conference along with the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University. This particular conference will feature for the first time a strong Swim Coaching area on the first full day of the conference with Bill Sweetenham giving the keynote lecture for the coaching stream. Other high profile international coaches from the USA, Australia, and Japan will also be giving informative 45minute presentations on their use of Sport Science and Medicine in their coaching programmes.  These coaches along with AIS Coach John Fowlie will give practical pool demonstrations in this first full day of the conference demonstrating how they use sport science in their coaching programmes.  The conference programme will feature areas in Biomechanics (including computational fluid dynamics and new technologies), Physiology (including recovery), Strength and Conditioning, Nutrition and Medicine (including physiotherapy).  The abstract process is now open and will be open over a couple of months and researchers in the aquatic sports are encouraged to submit their aquatic research findings as a one page abstract.

There will also be a pre conference workshop in Sydney prior to the BMS2014 conference commencing for delegates flying into Sydney on the Friday, 25th April 2014.  The pre conference workshop will enable delegates to visit the home of the Sydney Olympics and the NSW Institute of Sport and witness the Saturday morning training session in the Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre where such swimmers as James Magnusson train. The workshop will also provide delegates with the opportunity to see parts of the city with accompanying guides. The Australian Swim Coaches and Teachers  association are  to be conducting their annual coaching conference starting on the 30th April 2014 on the Gold Coast in Queensland which will enable coaches to follow on from the coaching stream of  the BMS2014 conference with further professional development opportunities.  I attach the “Save the Date” card for BMS2014 conference.


Bruce R. MASON  O.A.M.   Ph.D.

Head of Aquatics Testing Training and Research Unit

Australian Institute of Sport

Australian Sports Commission

P.O. Box 176,   BELCONNEN,   A.C.T.   2616   (postal)

Leverrier St.,   BRUCE,    A.C.T.  2617   (street)


Tel   +61  2 62141291

Fax   +61  2 62141195

Mobile   +61  412620634





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