SPRINZ in the media

2018

School runnings: Why Kiwi kids are better off in barefeet

Free play and structured activities in children

Stopping burnout in sporty kids - Dr Simon Walters

Soldiering on not ideal - Dr Chris Whatman

Four challenges for a good life - Professor Grant Schofield

The treehouse, the council and 'kids being kids' - Associate Professor Scott Duncan

Auckland University of Technology study finds youth athletes are hiding injuries - Dr Chris Whatman

Former WADA director general compares FIFA to mafia organisation as warns of growing criminal influence in sport - SPRINZ Adjunct Professor David Howman

SPRINZ Adjunct Professor David Howman conferred with Ethics in Sports Award by the World Forum for Ethics in Business during Anti-Doping Conference in Oslo 

Auckland University of Technology study finds youth athletes are hiding injuries 

Throw out your fitness tracker suggests Kiwi research - Dr Nigel Harris

2017

Professor Grant Schofield responds to documentary claiming eating eggs is as bad as smoking

Bringing risky play back into children's lives 

Decline in high school student participating in rudby could have an impact on the All Blacks and Black Ferns in years to come

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) for triathletes with Dan Plews

School holidays: Are adventrue experiences good for your children?

Hamish Bond - heading to Europe in search of cycling glory

Active Play Guidelines 

Young People and Sport 

Free Play

Kids in Sport

National Biomechanics Day throws light on forces and effects

School's cartwheel ban 'ridiculous' - expert 

Media Release - global rugby health research programme, 7 March 2017

Media Release - link between rugby concussion motor cortex function investigated, 13 January 2017