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Day, Dave and Roberts, Margaret (2019) From Butlins to Europe: Fodens Ladies in the 1960s and 1970s. Sport in History. ISSN 1746-0263

Day, Dave (2019) Swimming into modernity: innovation and invention amongst aquatic craft communities in Victorian England. Leisure/Loisir. ISSN 1492-7713

Day, Dave and Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne (2014) Delineating professional and amateur athletic bodies in Victorian England. Sport in history, 35 (1). pp. 19-45. ISSN 1746-0263

James, Gary and Day, Dave (2014) FA Cup success, football infrastructure and the establishment of Manchester’s footballing identity. ISSN 1466-0970

James, Gary and Day, Dave (2014) The emergence of an association football culture in Manchester 1840–1884. Sport in history, 34 (1). pp. 49-74. ISSN 1746-0271

Day, Dave (2013) America's ‘mysterious “training tables”’: British reactions and amateur hypocrisy. Sport in history, 34 (1). pp. 90-112. ISSN 1746-0271

Loudcher, Jean-François and Day, Dave (2013) The International Boxing Union (1913–1946): a European sports and/or political failure? The international journal of the history of sport, 30 (17). pp. 2016-2030. ISSN 1743-9035

Day, Dave (2012) ‘Magical and fanciful theories’: sports psychologists and craft coaches. Sports Coaching Review, 1 (1). pp. 52-66. ISSN 2164-0637

Day, Dave (2012) Massaging the amateur ethos: British professional trainers at the 1912 Olympic Games. ISSN 1746-0271

Day, Dave and Carter, Neil and Carpenter, Tegan (2012) The Olympics, amateurism and Britain’s coaching heritage. ISSN 1470-3610

Day, Dave (2012) ‘Science’, ‘wind’ and ‘bottom’: eighteenth-century boxing manuals. ISSN 1743-9035

Day, Dave (2012) ‘What girl will now remain ignorant of swimming?’ Agnes Beckwith, aquatic entertainer and Victorian role model. Women's History Review, 21 (3). pp. 419-446. ISSN 1747-583X

Day, Dave (2011) Craft coaching and the ‘discerning eye’ of the coach. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 6 (1). 179 -196. ISSN 1747-9541

Day, Dave (2011) Kinship and community in Victorian London: the 'Beckwith Frogs'. History Workshop Journal, 71 (1). 194 -218. ISSN 1477-4569

Day, Dave (2010) London swimming professors: Victorian craftsmen and aquatic entrepreneurs. Sport in History, 30 (1). pp. 32-54. ISSN 1746-0271

Book Section

Day, Dave (2014) Jerry Jim's training stable in early Victorian Preston. In: Day, D. Jerry Jim's training stable in early Victorian Preston. In D. Day, ed. Pedestrianism. Manchester: MMU Sport and Leisure History Group, 2012. Manchester Metropolitan University: Sport and Leisure History Group. ISBN 9781905476954

Day, Dave (2012) ‘Old Harry Andrews’:surviving the professional pedestrianism to amateur athletics transition. In: Day, D. ‘Old Harry Andrews’:surviving the professional pedestrianism to amateur athletics transition. In D. Day, ed. Sports and Coaching: Pasts and Futures. Manchester: MMU, 2012. Manchester Metropolitan University. ISBN 978-1-905476-77-0

Day, Dave (2011) Entrepreneurial pugilists of the early eighteenth century. In: Sporting Lives. Manchester Metropolitan University, Institute for Performance Research. ISBN 978-1-905476-62-6

Report

Day, Dave (2014) From Oldham baths to American Vaudeville and beyond: the Finney family. UNSPECIFIED. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Day, Dave (2015) Natational dress: functionality and morality among female swimming exhibitors in Victorian Britain. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2014) ‘The committee is not in favour of professional coaches’: preparing for Paris in 1924. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2014) Professor George Poulton: natationist and entrepreneur. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2014) The 'English athlete is born not made': coaching, amateurism, and training in Britain 1912-1914. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2013) The 'mysterious “training tables”': British antipathy to an American coaching tradition. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2013) Victorian coaching communities: exemplars of traditional practice. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2013) From 1860s Lambeth to Niagara in the 1900s: imitation and innovation amongst female natationists. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2012) Fit for purpose: the Victorian and Edwardian athletic body. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2012) Identity theft: Cora and Clara “Beckwith” and the invention of a natational lineage. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2012) James Robinson, Manchester “Ped” to Princeton Athletic Trainer. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2012) Manchester's sporting past. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2012) ‘Play it Again Sam’. Mussabini and Wisdom: a biographical conundrum. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2012) Romanticising the classical: the nineteenth-century amateur athlete. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2012) Sports and coaching: pasts and futures. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Day, Dave (2012) 'A man cannot see his own faults’: British professional trainers and the modern olympics. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2011) Developing ‘science’ and ‘wind’: eighteenth century sports training. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Carpenter, T. L. and Day, Dave (2011) The London Olympics, legacy and British coaching traditions. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2011) Massaging the amateur ethos: professional coaches at Stockholm in 1912. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2011) Narrative, biography and prosopography: historical method and its implications. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2011) Sport psychology: another cuckoo in the coaching nest. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2010) Coaching as craft: a forgotten legacy. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Carpenter, T. L. and Day, Dave (2010) Institutionalisation of sports science in British Sport. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2010) The Manchester public house: sport and the entrepreneur. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2010) The coaching business: nineteenth century Manchester sporting entrepreneurs. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2010) The “discerning eye” of the Edwardian coach: identifying talent and preventing staleness. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Carpenter, T. L. and Day, Dave (2010) A precarious relationship: sport science and coaching. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2009) Manchester pedestrianism 1840-1880: a collective biography of ‘sporting publicans’. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne and Day, Dave (2009) Serving the masses: sporting entrepreneurs in nineteenth century Manchester. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2009) Walter Brickett: a respectable professor. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2008) Professors Beckwith and Brickett: from the “Aq” to the Olympics. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2008) “Science”, “wind” and “bottom”: late eighteenth century pugilism. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2008) Traditional coaching communities: “It’s not what you know but who you know”. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2008) “A modern naiad”: nineteenth century female professional natationists. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Day, Dave (2006) Sport psychology: another cuckoo in the coaching nest. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Book

Day, Dave (2014) Pedestrianism. Manchester Metropolitan University: Sport and Leisure History Group. ISBN 9781905476954

Day, Dave (2012) Professionals, amateurs and performance: sports coaching in England, 1789-1914. Peter Lang. ISBN 978-3-0343-0824-3

Day, Dave (2011) Sporting lives. Manchester Metropolitan University, Institute for Performance Research. ISBN 978-1-905476-62-6

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