The Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science: Canoeing is a concise summary of the medical science behind canoeing from the International Olympic Committee.
What does this book cover?
The Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine is a multi-volume set put out by the International Olympics Committee. Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science: Canoeing is the latest volume. Other volumes address Volleyball, Training and Coaching for Paralympic Athletes, Gymnastics, Preventing Sports injuries and more.
the Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science features:
About the Editors
Dr Bo Berglund is a researcher associated with Karolinska University Hospital. He was also a sprint canoeist who made it to the semi-finals for the K-2 1000 metre event in the 1972 Summer Olympics. Dr Don McKenzie is a researcher with the University of British Columbia – Vancouver.
Together, they have ensured that The Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science: Canoeing is a detailed guide to the latest sports science and sports medicine applicable to canoeing.