Our researchers collaborate with the aims of reducing the incidence of injury in sports, improving sport performance, and promoting physical activity.
The Sports Injury, Sports Performance, and Activity Promotion (SISPAP) addresses research questions related to improving and sustaining enjoyable participation and achievement in physical activity.
Our members are at the forefront of research in sports performance, rehabilitation and minimising sports injuries. We focus on engagement with the community to help it's sporting population at the 'grassroots level’.
SISPAP comprises of researchers with a background in applying knowledge across a range of disciplines, including biomechanics, motor control and learning, sport psychology, nutrition, and anthropometry (not an exhaustive list). Our team has three thematic projects: