Warm up
The “piriformis syndrome”—myth or reality?
Getting the British Journal of Sports Medicine to developing countries
The use of local anaesthetic injections in professional football
Exercise and outdoor ambient air pollution
Sepsis and mechanisms of inflammatory response: is exercise a good model?
Commentary
Aerobic and anaerobic power responses to the practice of taekwon-do
Injuries in whitewater kayaking
Are synchronised swimmers at risk of amenorrhoea?
Commentary
An analysis of consultations with the crowd doctors at Glasgow Celtic football club, season 1999–2000
Commentary
A profile of patients attending sports medicine clinics
Transient forces generated by projectiles on variable quality mouthguards monitored by instrumented impact testing
Commentary
The reliability and validity of the physical activity questions in the WHO health behaviour in schoolchildren (HBSC) survey: a population study
Physical activity in Dublin children aged 7–9 years
Commentary
Commentary
Quantitative heel ultrasound variables in powerlifters and controls
The kick with the stick
Sir Percivall Pott—the first sports neurologist?
The football club doctor system
The football club doctor system
Sports medicine clinics on the NHS: a patient survey
New Zealand Olympic experience—Sydney 2000
Reassessing the need for sport diving medicals
Reassessing the need for sport diving medicals
Management of diabetes at high altitude
Sports doctors' resuscitation skills under examination—additional facts
The future for the field of sports medicine
Height of Kilimanjaro
Physical therapist's clinical companion.