P K Korkia

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During the competitive season of 1990, 155 British triathletes whose competitive distances varied from sprint to full ironman, and who self-classified themselves as recreational, intermediate or élite, kept a training diary for an 8-week period. They gave details of injuries sustained while training for, or competing in, triathlons. The mean(s.d.) distances(More)
Amenorrheic athletes have been likened to postmenopausal women, with low estrogen levels and osteopenia. It has been suggested that estrogen exerts its antiresorptive actions on bone via a nitric oxide (NO)-dependent mechanism. This study investigated whether the mechanism of bone loss in amenorrheic athletes is similar to that of postmenopausal women with(More)
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