Saturday, 26 June 2010


Professor Will Hopkins of AUT University in Auckland has been working in the world of sport science for decades, and his website is a crucial resource for people interested in such matters.

The Sportscience website features a peer-reviewed journal, information about sport science research methodologies, and thematic areas on sports medicine, sport nutrition, and statistics.

On the right-hand side of the site's homepage, visitors can look over the "Articles/Slideshows" area for helpful pieces on controlled trials, assessing athletes, and sample-size estimation.

Moving back to the journal, visitors have access to all of the past issues, and they can take advantage of the sophisticated search engine to look for specific materials. Finally, visitors to the site will also want to sign up to join the email list. [KMG]

From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2010.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

The Death Of The Ugly Golf Mug? Launches In Time for Father's Day

TORONTO, June 3, 2010 /Canada NewsWire/ - announced that it has officially launched its website that allows consumers to purchase golf experiences from the comfort of their desk.

The online retailer aims to end the stream of terrible golf gadgets that golfers inevitably receive by offering a convenient alternative. Rounds of golf, golf lessons, and driving range packages are some of the experiences that are available.

"Every golfer has received a really bad golf related gift that sits in the back of a storage room somewhere, our mission is to eliminate this problem by offering a simple and convenient online solution" says Ray Wali, Managing Director at The Gift Of Golf.

The company is focused on the gift giving and corporate markets. There is an estimated 5 million golfers in Canada.

"What better gift to get a golfer than golf? We anticipate Father's Day to be one of our busiest periods" adds Wali.

The company has launched in Toronto and will be expanding across Canada in the coming months.

More information is available online at