J Sports

J Sports is a group of four sports satellite TV channels in Japan produced and broadcast by Jupiter Sports.

It is owned by J Sports Corporation (株式会社ジェイ・スポーツ)

J Sports
J Sports Logo
Launched1 April 1992 (J Sports 3)
5 September 1996 (Corporation)
25 April 1998 (J Sports 1, 2)
1 September 1998 (J Sports 4)
Owned byJ Sports Corporation
Picture format576i (SDTV 16:9, 4:3),
1080i (HDTV)
Formerly calledJ Sky Sports (1998–2003)
Sports-i ESPN (1992–2006, J Sports 3)
Websitewww.jsports.co.jp
Availability
Satellite
SKY PerfecTV!Channels 300, 306-308
Cable
J:COMChannels 405-408
J Sports Corporation
Subsidiary
Industrycable television
Founded5 September 1996
Headquarters4-24 Aomi, Koto, ,
Productstelevision program
OwnerJupiter Telecommunications (80.5 %)
SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation (15 %)
ESPN Inc. (3 %)
Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc. (1.5 %)
ParentJupiter Telecommunications

Channels

J Sports 1

J Sports 2

J Sports 3

J Sports 4

Programs

American Journal of Sports Medicine

American Journal of Sports Medicine is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes papers in the field of Sport Sciences. The journal's editor is Bruce Reider, MD. It has been in publication since 1972 and is currently published by SAGE Publications in association with American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine.

British Journal of Sports Medicine

The British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) is a biweekly peer-reviewed medical journal covering sports science and sports medicine. It is published by the BMJ Group. It was established in 1964 and the editor-in-chief is Karim Khan (University of British Columbia).

ESPN International

ESPN International is a family of networks around the world. It was begun in 1989 and is operated by ESPN Inc.

Hamstring

In human anatomy, a hamstring () is one of the three posterior thigh muscles in between the hip and the knee (from medial to lateral: semimembranosus, semitendinosus and biceps femoris). The hamstrings are quite susceptible to injury.

In quadrupeds, the hamstring is the single large tendon found behind the knee or comparable area.

Impact Wrestling

Impact Wrestling (stylized as IMPACT! Wrestling) is a Canadian-based American professional wrestling promotion founded in Nashville, Tennessee and currently based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The promotion operates via its parent company Anthem Wrestling Exhibitions, LLC, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment.Founded by Jeff and Jerry Jarrett in 2002, in Nashville, Tennessee the promotion was initially known as NWA: Total Nonstop Action (NWA-TNA) and was associated with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). It withdrew from the NWA in 2004 and became known as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), but it continued to use the NWA World Heavyweight and the NWA World Tag Team championships as part of an agreement. After the agreement ended in 2007, the company created its own TNA World Heavyweight and TNA World Tag Team championships. The promotion was purchased by Anthem at the beginning of 2017 and, in March of that year, was rebranded under its current name after its main television series.

From its inception, Impact had been considered the second largest professional wrestling promotion in the United States behind WWE. By 2017, however, Impact was viewed by some to have fallen behind longtime rival Ring of Honor. The loss of their U.S. television contract with Spike in 2014, as well as personnel issues, have been noted as contributing factors to their decline.

Jacobs Publishers

Jacobs Publishers is a publisher of various international journals. It is based in Hyderabad, India, and Austin, Texas, USA. Jacobs Publishers has been included on Beall's List of predatory open-access publishers and has faced other criticisms of its publishing practices.

Johnny Gibson

John A. Gibson (July 3, 1905 – December 29, 2006) was a runner and Olympic athlete.

Gibson was born in New York City in 1905, but lived most of his life in Bloomfield, New Jersey, where he attended Bloomfield High School.He was the head coach of men's track and field at Seton Hall University from 1945 to 1972. Gibson was a 1928 graduate of Fordham University, where he held the world record for the 440 yard hurdles. He was a member of the United States team at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam, the Netherlands where he finished fourth in his semi-final and did not make the final. Along with his athletic and coaching careers, he was also a well known track and field official as a founding member of the New Jersey Track and Field Officials Association and he worked at college meets along the east coast as well as at the Millrose Games in Madison Square Garden. He was inducted into several halls of fame, including those of Fordham University, Seton Hall University, Helms Hall, N.J. Sports Authority, Garden State and Bloomfield. Mr. Gibson was married for 67 years to the late Dorothy Croughan. He died at the age of 101.

Ligue 1

Ligue 1, also called Ligue 1 Conforama for sponsorship reasons with Conforama, is a French professional league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the French football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Administrated by the Ligue de Football Professionnel, Ligue 1 is contested by 20 clubs and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Ligue 2.

Seasons run from August to May. Clubs play two matches against each of the other teams in the league – once home and once away – totalling to 38 matches over the course of the season. Most games are played on Saturdays and Sundays, with a few games played during weekday evenings. Play is regularly suspended the last weekend before Christmas for two weeks before returning in the second week of January. Ligue 1 is one of the top national leagues, currently ranked fifth in Europe behind Spain's La Liga, England's Premier League, Italy's Serie A and Germany's Bundesliga.Ligue 1 was inaugurated on 11 September 1932 under the name National before switching to Division 1 after a year of existence. The name lasted until 2002 before switching to its current name. AS Saint-Étienne is the most successful club with ten league titles in France while Olympique Lyonnais is the club that has won the most consecutive titles (seven between 2002 and 2008). With the presence of 69 seasons in Ligue 1, Olympique de Marseille hold the record for most seasons among the elite, while Paris Saint-Germain hold the league record for longevity with 45 consecutive seasons (from 1974 until at least 2019). The current champions are Paris Saint-Germain, who won their eighth title in the 2018–19 season. The league has been won on multiple occasions by foreign-based club AS Monaco, which makes the league a cross-border competition.

List of Dove Medical Press academic journals

This is a list of academic journals published by Dove Medical Press. Journals marked with a † were no longer in publication as of March 2019.

List of Hindawi academic journals

This is a list of academic journals published by Hindawi.

OMICS Publishing Group

OMICS Publishing Group is a predatory publisher of open access academic journals. It started publishing its first journal in 2008. By 2015, it claimed over 700 journals, although about half of them were defunct.

Its subsidiaries include iMedPub LTD and Conference Series LLC LTD. Other organisations linked to OMICS are EuroSciCon Ltd, Allied Academies, Trade Science Inc, and Meetings International.OMICS has come under attack by numerous academics and the United States government over the validity of the peer review by OMICS journals, the appropriateness of its fees and marketing, and the apparent advertising of the names of scientists as journal editors or conference speakers without their knowledge or permission. The U.S. National Institutes of Health sent a cease-and-desist letter to OMICS in 2013, demanding it to discontinue with false claims of affiliation with U.S. government entities or employees. In August 2016 OMICS became the first academic publisher to be sued by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for deceptive practices; nearly three years later, the FTC was awarded a summary judgement of over US$50 million.

OMICS has responded to criticisms by avowing a commitment to open access publishing, claiming that detractors are traditional subscription-based publishers who feel threatened by their open access publishing model. It responded to the FTC suit by maintaining that their practices were legal and claiming that corporate interests were driving the suit. It has also threatened a prominent critic, Jeffrey Beall, with a $1 billion lawsuit for defamation.

Rotator cuff

In anatomy, the rotator cuff is a group of muscles and their tendons that act to stabilize the shoulder. Of the seven scapulohumeral muscles, four make up the rotator cuff. The four muscles are the supraspinatus muscle, the infraspinatus muscle, teres minor muscle, and the subscapularis muscle.

Science Publishing Group

Science Publishing Group is a publisher of academic journals and books. It has an address in New York, USA, but is based in Pakistan.

Sports broadcasting contracts in Japan

This article refers to sports broadcasting contracts in Japan. For a list of rights in other countries, see Sports television broadcast contracts.

Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy, also known as tendinitis or tendonitis, is a type of tendon disorder that results in pain, swelling, and impaired function. The pain is typically worse with movement. It most commonly occurs around the shoulder (rotator cuff tendinitis, biceps tendinitis), elbow (tennis elbow, golfer's elbow), wrist, hip, knee (jumper's knee), or ankle (Achilles tendinitis).Causes may include an injury or repetitive activities. Groups at risk include people who do manual labor, musicians, and athletes. Less common causes include infection, arthritis, gout, thyroid disease, and diabetes. Diagnosis is typically based on symptoms, examination, and occasionally medical imaging. A few weeks following an injury little inflammation remains, with the underlying problem related to weak or disrupted tendon fibrils.Treatment may include rest, NSAIDs, splinting, and physiotherapy. Less commonly steroid injections or surgery may be done. About 80% of people get better within 6 months. Tendinopathy is relatively common. Older people are more commonly affected. It results in a large amount of missed work.

The Beast in the East

The Beast in the East was a professional wrestling event produced by WWE, an American-based promotion, that aired live on the WWE Network. It took place on July 4, 2015, at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It aired live internationally on the WWE Network and live on J Sports in Japan. The replays of the event aired on J Sports 4 in Japan. Additionally, it would be available on demand on both the WWE Network and J Sports. It was also the first WWE event to be broadcast live from Japan. The Beast in the East was available to subscribers of the WWE Network, in over 140 countries.Seven matches were contested at the event, with two of the matches shown exclusively on J Sports. The main event saw John Cena and Dolph Ziggler defeat Kane and King Barrett. In other matches, Chris Jericho wrestled his first televised match since Night of Champions, defeating Neville, Finn Bálor defeated Kevin Owens to win the NXT Championship, and Brock Lesnar defeated Kofi Kingston.

The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors

The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF - formerly The Ergonomics Society) is a United Kingdom-based professional society for ergonomists, human factors specialists, and those involved in user-centred design.

WWE Heat

WWE Heat (formerly known as Sunday Night Heat and also known as Heat) is a professional wrestling television program that was produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Originally produced under the World Wrestling Federation banner (WWF), it aired on USA Network, MTV, and Spike TV in the United States, CTV Sportsnet in Canada, and Channel 4, Sky1, and Sky Sports in the United Kingdom.

Heat was most recently streamed on WWE.com on Friday afternoons for North American viewers. However, the show was still televised internationally and showed in the United Kingdom on Channel 4 and then later on Sky Sports 3, Australia on Fox8, India on TEN Sports, Germany on Premiere Sport Portal, France on Action, Spain on Sportmania and C+ Deportes -both channels from Digital+, the Middle East on ShowSports4, the Philippines on Jack TV, and Japan on J Sports. The final episode was uploaded to WWE.com. The show was replaced internationally with WWE Vintage Collection, a program featuring classic matches.On May 7, 2018, the first 52 episodes of WWE Heat are available to stream on the WWE Network.

WWE Vintage

WWE Vintage is a professional wrestling television program from WWE showcasing action from the extensive WWE video library. The show was hosted by Gene Okerlund and, later in its run, Renee Young.

Vintage is shown in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Sky Sports (until 2014), in Australia on FOX8 (until mid-2013), in South Africa on eKasi+, in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan on Ten Sports, in the Middle East on ShowSports 4, and in Japan on J Sports. In early September 2012, Astro SuperSport 3 aired Vintage in Malaysia.The show premiered in June 2008 as Vintage Collection, replacing Heat in the overseas markets in which it still aired. Each episode typically showcases 4 or 5 matches around a common theme (a particular wrestler, a major event, a division, etc.). Such themes can expand through 3 or 4 consecutive episodes.

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