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In 2017, the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary. Throughout the year we will commemorate this historic milestone in ways that celebrate our history and future. We will be highlighting both our longstanding members and our newest members, and their contributions to the field of exercise science. We have a number of special anniversary year activities and are enhancing on-going activities to celebrate. 

We look forward to collaborating and celebrating with you to make 2017 a year to remember! Follow along and share your stories by using #CSEPTurns50 and stay tuned as we share our history and announce more activities. 

News & Activities 

Celebrating CSEP's 50th Anniversary: A message from the CSEP Chair


CSEP, originally known as the Canadian Association of Sport Sciences, was officially announced at the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg in 1967.

Read about how CSEP started and activities planned for the year in a message from CSEP Chair Phil Chilibeck.

READ MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR

A look back: Canadian Contributions to Exercise Physiology

 

Learn about key contributors to the many research areas within exercise physiology in Canada in a series of historical articles.

Coordinated by the CSEP Knowledge Translation Committee and volunteers, articles will continue to be released throughout 2017. 

READ THE ARTICLES

Timeline: Celebrating 50 Years of Science to Practice 

 

At 50, CSEP reflects on the broad evolution of the state of exercise physiology research and practice since its inception. CSEP continues to be a trusted resource of expertise and a family to many. This timeline highlights key milestones that we hope will provide background for some and generate fond memories.

VIEW TIMELINE

CSEP Memorabilia & Photos from the past 50 years

 

Look back at our last 50 years in images!  


VIEW PHOTOS

CSEP Member Memories: Share your CSEP memory


Whether you have been a member for 50 years, one year, or a few weeks we would like to hear your memories to help us create a collective timeline!
  

 

SHARE A MEMORY

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