Matthieu P. Boisgontier (University of Ottawa, Canada); Sjoerd Bruijn (VU Amsterdam, Netherlands)

In addition to their editorial roles, the Editors-in-Chief make decisions about the day-to-day operations of the journal, including decisions about instructions to authors, instructions to reviewers, correspondence letters, special issues, and website descriptions.

Section Editors

Andy Hall (Robert Gordon University, UK): Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Austin Graybeal (University of Southern Mississippi, USA): Physiology and Nutrition

David Borg (Queensland University of Technology, Australia): Meta-Science

Edward Hope (University of Essex, UK): Coaching and Sports Pedagogy

Emily Budzynski-Seymour (University of East Anglia, UK): Physical Activity, Health, and Disease

Jafra Thomas (California Polytechnic State University, USA): Physical Activity, Health, and Disease

John Mills (University of Essex, UK): Reports in Sport and Exercise (RiSE)

Leighton Jones (Sheffield Hallam University, UK): Exercise and Sports Psychology

Leonardo Peyré-Tartaruga (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil): Biomechanics

Michael Carter (McMaster University, Canada): Sensorimotor Control

Paquito Bernard (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada): Physical Activity, Health, and Disease

Sam Orange (Newcastle University, UK): Physiology and Nutrition

Reports in Sport and Exercise

Reports in Sport and Exercise

With the assistance and input of Co-Editors and Reviewers, Section Editors make decisions about the manuscripts submitted to the sections they are in charge of.

Steering Board

Aaron R. Caldwell (United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, USA)

Andrew Vigotsky (Northwestern University, USA)

Andreas Kreutzer (Texas Woman's University, USA)

The Publication Committee Chair is elected for a period of one year and may reapply for a maximum of three terms. Publication Committee members are appointed by the Chair and approved by the Executive Committee of the Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology. Editors-in-Chief, Section Editors, and Co-Editors are appointed for renewable two-year terms and may serve a maximum of three terms. Where possible within the final term of service, Editors-in-Chief will be supported by current Section Editors to support succession planning and transition.