• Marlene Adrian


It is my pleasure and honor to present the Dyson Lecture. think that this is a day of reflection, a time to think about the future, where we are going and what we want to produce. I was very impressed by the comments of the President of Montana State University encouraging us to go out of the traditional way of thinking and saying "Look there's a place for Sports Biomechanics; there's a place for everything." We need to try to synthesize information from many areas because we have many things in common, no matter which area of concentration, which background, which country, what our past experiences are; everybody has something to offer. I hope that during this conference we all will, in fact, talk to everybody and feel that we can learn from the young persons in the group as well as from those of us considered to be old-timers.