Invited Speaker at Conference

  1. Ali A. Sports drinks for children. Gatorade Sports Science Institute meeting, European College of Sports Science (ECSS) Congress, Essen (Germany), 2017
  2. Ali A. Caffeine ingestion in sport: Robbing Peter to pay Paul? Nutrition for Exercise and Performance Symposium, Massey University 2014
  3. Ali A. To ingest carbohydrates or not to ingest carbohydrates, that is the question! Dietitians New Zealand, National Conference, Wellington 2012
  4. Ali A. Compression garments and recovery from exercise. Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference, Rotorua, 2009

 

Conference Organisation

  1. The 2nd Sport and Alcohol Conference – Finding the Balance; 9-11 Feb 2011, Massey University Auckland, New Zealand.
  2. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ) Annual Conference; 18-19 Nov 2011, Massey University Auckland, New Zealand.

 

Conference Presentations

  1. Ali A, Wivell A, Walsh D and Foskett A. Monitoring acute fatigue in soccer players. European College of Sports Science Congress, Essen (Germany) 2017
  2. Ali A, O’Donnell J, Foskett A, von Hurst P, Holland S, Starck C and Rutherfurd-Markwick K. Effect of Caffeine Supplementation on Metabolism and Physical and Cognitive Function in Female Intermittent Games Players. European College of Sports Science Congress, Malmo (Sweden) 2015.
  3. Ali A, Moss C, Yoo MJY and Breier BH. Effect of carbohydrate mouth rinse and/or ingestion on high-intensity exercise performance. American College of Sports Medicine Conference, San Francisco, 2012.
  4. Ali A, Duizer L, Foster K, Grigor J and Wei W. The influence of exercise on sensory perceptions of sports drinks. Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Liverpool (UK), 2011
  5. Rawstorn J, Maddison R, Ali A, Foskett A and Gant N. The validity of GPS for quantifying high-intensity multidirectional activities. Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Liverpool (UK), 2011
  6. Zouhal H, Rue O, Ben Abderrahman A, Hammami MA, Ben Ounis O, Le Moal and Ali A. Validation of the Loughborough Soccer Passing Test for use with young soccer players. Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Liverpool (UK), 2011
  7. Thomson JS, Ali A and Rowlands DS. Leucine-protein supplemented carbohydrate recovery feeding enhances subsequent cycling performance in well-trained men. Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference, Rotorua, 2009
  8. Ali A, Gant N, Foskett A, Moss C and Lynch C. The modified Loughborough Intermittent Shuttle Test (LIST): A performance tool for use with games players. Congress of theEuropean College of Sport Science, Oslo (Norway), 2009
  9. Ali A, Carrasco A and Foskett A. Effects of hydration on elite surfing performance. Congress of theEuropean College of Sport Science, Oslo (Norway), 2009
  10. Creasy R, Ali A and Edge J. The physiological and perceptual effects of wearing graduated compression stockings during running. Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference, Dunedin, 14-15 November, 2008
  11. Creasy R, Ali A and Edge J. The effect of wearing graduated compression stockings on running performance. 13th annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Estoril (Portugal), 9-12 July, 2008.
  12. Gant N, Ali A and Foskett A. The influence of caffeine and carbohydrate co-ingestion on soccer performance. 13th annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Estoril (Portugal), 9-12 July, 2008.
  13. Foskett A, Ali A and Gant N. Caffeine ingestion and skill performance during simulated soccer activity. 55th annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Indianapolis, May 28-31, 2008.
  14. Gardiner R, Gant N, Ali A and Foskett A. Fluid balance and thermoregulation in female soccer players. 55th annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Indianapolis, May 28-31, 2008.
  15. Ali A and Gant N. The influence of fluid ingestion on soccer performance in female players. 12th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, Jyvaskyla (Finland), 11-14 July 2007.
  16. Ali A and Foskett A. Reliability and validity of a soccer skill test for use with female players. Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference, Wellington, 16-18 November, 2006
  17. Ali A, Williams C, Bate C. and Oram C. Time course of soccer skill decrement during prolonged high intensity intermittent running. Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference, Queenstown, 3-5 November, 2005.
  18. Ali A, Bate C, Oram C. and Williams C. Effect of increased dosage of carbohydrate-electrolyte ingestion during intermittent running exercise on soccer skill performance. 52nd annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, June 1-4, 2005.
  19. Ali A, Snow BG and Caine MP. The influence of graduated compression stockings on heart rate during and muscle soreness following continuous fast-paced road-running. 1st International Congress on Sports Dynamics, RMIT University, Melbourne, 1-3 September, 2003
  20. Ali A, Eldred JE, Hirst M, Hulse MA, McGregor SJ, Strudwick A and Williams C. The reliability and validity of the modified Loughborough Soccer Passing Test (LSPT). 12th Association of Commonwealth Universities Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, 18-23 July, 2002
  21. Ali A, Eldred JE, Hirst M, Howarth L, Reddin J and Williams C. The reliability and validity of the Loughborough Soccer Shooting Test (LSST). 12th Association of Commonwealth Universities Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, 18-23 July, 2002.
  22. Ali A, Nicholas CW, Brooks J, Davison S, Foskett A. and Williams C. The influence of carbohydrate-electrolyte ingestion on soccer skill performance. 49th Annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, St Louis, May 29-June 3, 2002.