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Sports Cardiology and Exercise Section

The objectives of this section are:

Investigating, defining standards, and promoting cardiovascular screening and preventive care in sports.

Promoting high-quality research and education related to exercise.



Section Nucleus

Chair: Michael Papadakis (UK)
Chair-Elect: Josef Niebauer (AT)
Secretary: Paolo Emilio Adami (IT)
Past-Chair: Erik Solberg (NO)

Nucleus members:

  • Stefano Caselli (IT)
  • Elena Cavarretta (IT)
  • Flavio D'Ascenzi (IT)
  • Marcus Dörr (DE)
  • Andre La Gerche (AU)
  • Trine Moholdt (NO)
  • Axel Pressler (DE)
  • Maria Sanz de la Garza (ES)
  • Kai Savonen (FI) 
  • Christian Schmied (CH)
  • Luis Serratosa (ES)
  • Emeline Van Craenenbroeck (BE)

Liaison officers (non-voting members):

  • Guido Pieles (UK), Association in Paediatric and Congenital Cardiology
  • Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci  (UK), EACVI
  • Pantazis Antonis (UK), ESC Working Group on Myocardial and Pericardial Diseases

Education

The Sports Cardiology ECG quiz

Test your knowledge with the ECG quiz prepared by experts of the EAPC Sports Cardiology Section.

How-to articles

Written by experts of the EAPC sections, to assist you in your daily practice

EAPC Publications

Access position papers and scientific statements from EAPC and its sections 

Publications of interest

International recommendations for electrocardiographic interpretation in athletes
Sanjay Sharma et al., European Heart Journal (2017) 00, 1–19, doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehw631

News

Hot topics are reviewed with analysis provided for you by our key opinion leaders.

Discover comments from EAPC experts in the field of lifestyle and cardiovascular disease prevention.

General population information

 

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