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Centre for Health, and Injury & Illness Prevention in Sport (CHi2PS)
We deliver high quality research that has real-world impact on the safety and welfare of athletes across all levels of sport.
Our researchers have developed Activate; the first rugby-specific injury prevention exercise programme now used by rugby teams around the world.
In the search for tomorrow's champions, developing late can mean young athletes are overlooked. Our research helps young players reach their true potential.
Our researchers have developed the 'Crouch, Bind, Set' technique, making the rugby scrum safer for millions of players around the world.
The new IOC Research Centre focusing on athlete health and injury prevention will draw on long-standing sports science research expertise at both institutions.
Injury prevention experts at the University will partner with the University of Calgary (Canada) in a major project to improve player safety for girls’ rugby.
Getting young rugby players to complete new exercises before matches and in training can reduce injuries by over 70%, according to a benchmark study.
Building on the success of previous injury prevention work, our sports scientists are working with the BHA on a new project designed to improve rider safety.
Matching young players according to their developmental or biological age has positive effects in football.
Athletes who play contact sports are being particularly hard-hit by the prolonged restrictions imposed on games and training, according to a new study.
If you are a student at Bath, you can work with the CHi2PS team on a Vertically Integrated Project (VIP).
This project will involve the piloting and implementation of an Injury Prevention Exercise Programme in a range of youth sport settings in Bath & North East Somerset (B&NES).
The University appoints four new distinguished international visiting professors as part of the Global Chair scheme.
From September 2022, the University of Bath will launch a new distance-learning MSc in Football Medicine in association with FIFA.
Our work to improve player safety in rugby forms part of UUK's national #MadeAtUni campaign celebrating the transformational impact of UK universities.
His Royal Highness Prince Harry today visited the Rugby Football Union Injured Players Foundation at the University.
Two University projects designed to reduce injuries in horse racing were presented to Her Majesty The Queen as part of a Royal Visit to Somerset.