SRP (Groeiers): Sport encounters. The personal and societal impact of grassroots and elite sport Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Interim evaluation of the testing grounds sport within the decree flanking and stimulation measures to encourage participation in culture, youth and sport Ghent University
Specifically, this means that for the period 2008-2012 five themes are onderwopren within the pilot sport to an evaluation. These are: - Experimental community school that focus on increased sports participation of children and youth and a better flow to life-time sport by offering sports and play activities at school and in relation Inter-Schools. - Experimental support association aimed lasting professionalism and quality, both in terms of ...
Sport for all? A comparative-sociological analysis of active sport participation in the European Union. Ghent University
In this research, we verify whether (1) sport participation and the social stratification of sport participation differs for EU-countries (2) these cross-country differences can be ascribed to socio-economical country characteristics (3) despite these country characteristics, there are structural differences that can be ascribed to systematic differences in welfare policy.
Neuromuscular & biomechanical control in athletes returning to sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction KU Leuven
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are common during dynamic sports activities in the young, active population and often have important short and long-term physical, psychological and professional consequences, resulting in a lengthy absence from sports and a high economic cost for society. Unfortunately, the success rates for return to sport (RTS) still remain low with only 55% of the athletes who underwent an ACL reconstruction ...
Promotion of physical, mental and social well-being in young people through organized sport clubs in Flanders. KU Leuven
Research platform Sport Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Theme 2: Sport participation in Flanders
Theme 3: Monitoring development: from Multimove to Multisport.
The research platform Sport KU Leuven
The research platform Sport distinguishes three main research lines: policy monitoring, sport participation and the broad motor development in young children.