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Time trial exertion traits of cycling's Grand Tours


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Earnest, C. P., Foster, C., Hoyos, J., Muniesa, C. A., Santalla, A. and Lucia, A., 2009. Time trial exertion traits of cycling's Grand Tours. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 30 (4), pp. 240-244.

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Abstract

We examined 26 professional riders during time trial (TT) competitions of the Grand Tours of cycling (Tour de France and Vuelta Espana; 1997-2003) for the exertional characteristics of contending vs. non-contending (i.e., support) riders. We categorized HR time during TT into training impulse (TRIMP) defined from seasonal VO2max testing [Phase I (15 km; 48.12+/-8.7 km); Uphill TT (20.0+/-8.7 km) and Team TT (44.1+/-20.9 km). We observed statistically significant event-by-contender interactions for all TT (all, P

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsEarnest, C. P., Foster, C., Hoyos, J., Muniesa, C. A., Santalla, A. and Lucia, A.
DOI10.1055/s-0028-1105948
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code29947

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