News, Research and Blogs
Why do some marathon runners get ill?
PhD student Sophie Harrison from the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences investigates why do some marathon runners get ill.
Research Expedition to the Himalayas - Post expedition
Researchers have returned from an expedition to the Manaslu region of the Himalayas where they investigated the effects of altitude on the human body.
Extremes Research in the Himalayas - Pre expedition
Staff and students from Bangor's School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science are embarking on a 5-week long research expedition to the Himalayas. The group will be investigating the effects of altitude on the human body.
External Videos and Clips
Videos featuring staff members
Dr Donghyun Ryu and Dr Andrew Cooke
Researchers Dr Donghyun Ryu and Dr Andrew Cooke from Bangor’s Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance are conducting innovative research, funded by AXA, to see if they can teach learner drivers to process peripheral vision more effectively. Their novel training method, designed by Dr Ryu, involves blurring out parts of the visual field.
Professor Lew Hardy
Dave Shaw interviews Professor Lew Hardy who explains what choking is.
Professor Lew Hardy
Dave Shaw interviews Professor Lew Hardy, who explains what anxiety is and why it is important in sport.
Staff and PhD students on the radio
- PhD student James Bell is interviewed on the BBC Wales Jamie and Louise programme on his research investigating performance under pressure
- Professor Neil Walsh is interviewed by BBC Wales' Jamie and Louise about hydration and performance
- Dr Ross Roberts is interviewed by BBC Wales' Jamie and Louise as part of the live broadcast from Bangor University talking about sport psychology, the Wales v Ireland rugby world cup match and personality and performance research done at Bangor.
- Prof Tim Woodman and Dr Ross Roberts interviewed on BBC Wales' Jamie and Louise show talking about ironic errors and performance under pressure, as well as personality and performance.