Time trial exertion traits of cycling's Grand Tours
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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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
|Creators||Earnest, C. P., Foster, C., Hoyos, J., Muniesa, C. A., Santalla, A. and Lucia, A.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
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