The aim of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center is to prevent injuries and other health problems in sports through research on risk factors, injury mechanisms, and prevention methods, with a particular focus on football, team handball, and alpine skiing/snowboarding.

Bahr and Engebretsen awarded for the Nordic Prize in Medicine

Professor Roald Bahr and Professor Lars Engebretsen were awarded the Nordic Prize in Medicine by His Royal Highness Prince Daniel during a reception on January 27 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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New PhD thesis on reliability and methodological issues in biomechanics

Friday, January 8 PhD-student Kam-Ming Mok will defend his PhD-thesis "Reliability and methodological concerns of vertical drop jumping and sidestep cutting tasks – Implications for ACL injury risk screening" at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences.

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High risk of injury among World Cup Telemark athletes

A new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research in BJSM revealed that the risk of injury among the world's best telemark athletes is high compared to the other FIS disciplines alpine skiing, snowboarding, and freestyle.

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Fewer injuries among World Cup Alpine skiers after new ski regulations

A new study from Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center, recently published in British Journal of Sports Medicine, revealed a reduced risk of injury among top level alpine skiers after the implementation of new ski regulations.

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