Physique traits of lightweight rowers and their relationship to competitive success.

@article{Slater2005PhysiqueTO,
  title={Physique traits of lightweight rowers and their relationship to competitive success.},
  author={Gary J Slater and Anthony J Rice and I{\~n}igo Mujika and Allan G. Hahn and Ken Sharpe and David G. Jenkins},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={39 10},
  pages={736-41}
}
OBJECTIVES Physique traits and their relationship to competitive success were assessed amongst lightweight rowers competing at the 2003 Australian Rowing Championships. METHODS Full anthropometric profiles were collected from 107 lightweight rowers (n = 65 males, n = 45 females) competing in the Under 23 and Open age categories. Performance assessments were obtained for 66 of these rowers based on results in the single sculls events. The relationship between physique traits and competitive… CONTINUE READING
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