Personal best time and training volume, not anthropometry, is related to race performance in the 'Swiss Bike Masters' mountain bike ultramarathon.

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We investigated in 73 male ultraendurance mountain bikers, with (mean and SD) age 39.1 (8.6) years, weight 74.4 (8.3) kg, height 1.78 (0.07) m, and a body mass index of 23.3 (1.9) kg·m⁻², whether variables of anthropometry, training, or prerace experience were associated with race time using bi and multivariate analysis. Our investigation was conducted at… (More)
DOI: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181d85ac4

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@article{Knechtle2011PersonalBT, title={Personal best time and training volume, not anthropometry, is related to race performance in the 'Swiss Bike Masters' mountain bike ultramarathon.}, author={Beat Knechtle and Patrizia Knechtle and Thomas Rosemann and Oliver Senn}, journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research}, year={2011}, volume={25 5}, pages={1312-7} }