Andrew David Moss

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The aim of this study was to analyse the first six pushes of a sprint start in over-ground racing wheelchair propulsion. One international male wheelchair athlete (age=28 years; body mass=60.6 kg; racing classification=T4) performed maximal over-ground sprint trials, over approximately 10 m, in his own racing wheelchair fitted with a velocometer. Each trial(More)
UNLABELLED The purpose of this paper is to present a telemetry-based velocometer that has the ability to measure wheelchair velocity. Five studies are described which provide measurements of the validity, dynamic response, reliability and resistance of the velocometer. VALIDITY a linear relationship was found when velocity calculated from the velocometer(More)
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