European Journal of Sport Science (EJSS) is pleased to announce the winner of Best Paper Award for 2017.
The judging panel, made up of EJSS Editors, awarded the prize to Grant M. Tinsley, Jeffrey S. Forsse, Natalie K. Butler, Antonio Paoli, Annie A. Bane, Paul M. La Bounty, Grant B. Morgan & Peter W. Grandjean, for their article: “Time-restricted feeding in young men performing resistance training: A randomized controlled trial”, published in volume 17, issue 2. The authors will collectively win €1,000 prize money and free ECSS conference registration.
Following an exhaustive nomination and review process, this paper was selected based on a high level of originality, significance, methodological rigour, and potential impact. The EJSS Editors were impressed by the design and advanced methods employed in this study which has the potential to have a significant impact on strength training, especially in contexts in which weight management is a key issue.
The winning article is currently free to access until August 1st, 2018.
Snap-N-Send: A valid and reliable method for assessing the energy intake of elite adolescent athletes
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