Sudden Cardiac Death in sport is devastating for any athletes affected. Despite the well-established beneficial effects of regular physical activity on general health, sudden cessation of cardiac activity can occur in apparently healthy individuals, causing arrhythmic events such as ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation. The epidemiology of Sudden Cardiac Death remains highly controversial, but epidemiological studies have also consistently demonstrated that SCD is significantly more prevalent among males compared to females, by a factor of approximately 2:1. Podium Researchers are conducting initial feasibility studies to assess incidence rate in both professional and grassroots athletes, to improve our understanding of the etiology of Sudden Cardiac Death, and to examine the potential for interventions in this under-researched area.