Choregia applies the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License to works we publish, because we believe that there should be no financial barriers to access to information.
We also believe that authors should retain copyright to the article they have worked so hard to produce. This Creative Commons license means that anyone is able to freely copy, download, reprint, reuse, distribute, display, or perform the work we publish as long as it is not used for a commercial purpose.
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Any of these conditions can be waived with permission from the copyright holder, including the right to modification or commercial distribution. These conditions do not negate or supersede Fair Use laws in any country.
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As the Editor of the Choregia, I am pleased to let you know that the international scientific community has responded positively to the first volumes of our journal. The target of the Editorial Board is for Choregiato gain worldwide respect and establish a strong reputation in the Sport Science international community. In order to do so, we target at increasing the number of submitting manuscripts and expand our circulation in as many countries as possible.
Greek Center for Sport Science Research
Glyka Nera, 1534, Attica, Greece
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically using the Article submission form which will be accessible after registration and logging on with your Choregia username and password. Registrations are open and activated automatically.