Bezodis, Neil. (0). Phase analysis in maximal sprinting: an investigation of step-to-step technical changes between the initial acceleration, transition and maximal velocity phases. Sports Biomechanics
Wild, James J..,Bezodis, Ian N..,North, Jamie S.. & Bezodis, Neil E.. (2018). Differences in step characteristics and linear kinematics between rugby players and sprinters during initial sprint acceleration. European Journal of Sport Science, 1-11.
Pocock, Chris.,Bezodis, Neil E..,Davids, Keith. & North, Jamie S.. (2018). Hot hands, cold feet? Investigating effects of interacting constraints on place kicking performance at the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup. European Journal of Sport Science, 1-8.
Atack, Alexandra.,Trewartha, Grant. & Bezodis, Neil E.. (2018). Assessing rugby place kick performance from initial ball flight kinematics: development, validation and application of a new measure. Sports Biomechanics, 1-13.
Runswick, Oliver R..,Roca, André.,Mark Williams, A..,Bezodis, Neil E..,Mcrobert, Allistair P.. & North, Jamie S.. (2018). The impact of contextual information and a secondary task on anticipation performance: An interpretation using cognitive load theory. Applied Cognitive Psychology
Bezodis, Neil E..,North, Jamie S.. & Razavet, Jane L.. (2016). Alterations to the orientation of the ground reaction force vector affect sprint acceleration performance in team sports athletes. Journal of Sports Sciences, 1-8.
Bezodis, N.,Trewartha, G. & Salo, A. (2015). Understanding the effect of touchdown distance and ankle joint kinematics on sprint acceleration performance through computer simulation. Sports Biomechanics 14(2), 232-245.
Bezodis, N. (2010). Choice of sprint start performance measure affects the performance-based ranking within a group of sprinters: which is the most appropriate measure?. Sports Biomechanics 9(4), 258-269.
Mercer, J.,Bezodis, N.,DeLion, D.,Zachry, T. & Rubley, M. (2006). EMG sensor location: Does it influence the ability to detect differences in muscle contraction conditions?. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 16(2), 198-204.