Bundon, A., Mason, B. & Goosey-Tolfrey, V. (in press). Expert Users’ Perceptions of Racing Wheelchair Design and Set Up: The Knowns, Unknowns and Next Steps. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly.

Smith, B., Bundon, A. & Best, M. (2016). Disability sport and activist identities: A qualitative study of narratives of activism among elite athletes’ with impairment. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 26, 139-148.

Bundon, A. & Hurd Clarke, L. (2015). Honey or Vinegar? Athletes with Disabilities Discuss Strategies for Advocacy Within the Paralympic Movement. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 39(5), 351-370.

Bundon, A. & Hurd Clarke, L. (2015). ‘Unless You Go Online You’re On Your Own’: Blogging as a Bridge in Para-Sport. Disability & Society, 30(1), 185-198.

Bundon, A. & Hurd Clarke, L. (2014). ‘Keeping Us from Breaking’: Elite Athletes’ Access to and Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 6(1), 121-138.

Hurd Clarke, L., Korotchenko, A. & Bundon, A. (2012). ‘The Calendar is Just About Up’: Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions Reflect on Death and Dying. Ageing & Society, 32(08), 1399-1417.

Bundon, A., Hurd Clarke, L. & Miller, W.C. (2011). Frail Older Adults and Patterns of Exercise Engagement: Understanding Exercise Behaviour as a Means of Maintaining Continuity of Self. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 3(1), 33-47.

Hurd Clarke, L. & Bundon, A. (2009). From ‘the Thing to Do’ to ‘Defying the Ravages of Age’: Older Women Reflect on the Use of Lipstick. Journal of Woman and Aging, 21(3), 198-212.

Bundon, A. (Ed.)
(forthcoming 2017). Digital Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise. Routledge.

Bundon, A. (2016). The Web and Digital Qualitative Methods: Researching Online and Researching the Online in Sport and Exercise Studies. In B. Smith & A. Sparkes (Eds.) Handbook of Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise. Routledge.

Bundon, A. (2016). “Talking My Language”: The AthletesFirst Project and the Use of Blogging in Virtual Disability Sport Communities. In M. Kent & K. Ellis (Eds.) Disability and Social Media: Global Perspectives. Ashgate Publishing.

Bundon, A. & Smith, B. (2016). From Inspired to Inspiring: Community-Based Research, Digital Storytelling, and a Networked Paralympic Movement. In S. Gair & A. van Luyn (Eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: Showing Lived Experiences and Community Narratives. Routledge.

Smith, B. & Bundon, A. (in press). Disability Models: Explaining and Understanding Disability Sport. In I. Brittain & A. Beacom (Eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Paralympic Studies. Palgrave.

Bundon, A. (in press). Blogging and feminist participatory research online. In Mansfield, Caudwell, Watson & Wheaton (Eds.). Handbook of Feminisms in Sport, Leisure and Physical Education. Palgrave.

Bundon, A., Rigas, A., Sparks, R. (September 2015). Paralympic Impacts and Legacies – Invitational Forum 2014, Technical Report. Published by the University of British Columbia’s Centre for Sport and Sustainability in cIRcle digital repository (

Bundon, A., (Ed.) (February 2016). Para-Athlete Retirement: Insights, Support, Management, Research Report. Prepared for the English Institute of Sport (Performance Lifestyle division). Loughborough, UK: The Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport (Loughborough University).

Bundon, A. & Ashfield, A. (2016). Life After the Paralympics: Supporting the Out-of-Sport Transitions of Elite Para-Athletes. The Sport and Exercise Scientist. 49, 13.

Bundon, A. (2006). Medical Services Usage at the 2005 Canada Summer Games in Regina. Pulse: The Magazine of the Sport Medicine Council of Alberta, Spring 2006, 10-12.