Influence of drafting during swimming on ratings of perceived exertion during a swim-to-cycle transition in well-trained triathletes.

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After the swim to cycle transition of a triathlon, perceived exertion (RPE) during cycling was higher than during a single cycling bout for 8 well-trained triathletes, but swimming in a drafting position led to lower RPE responses and energy cost of cycling than swimming alone. 

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