Regulation of Pacing Strategy during Athletic Competition

@inproceedings{Koning2011RegulationOP,
  title={Regulation of Pacing Strategy during Athletic Competition},
  author={Jos J. de Koning and Carl Foster and Arjan J T Bakkum and Sil Kloppenburg and Christian Thiel and Trent Joseph and Jacob Cohen and John P. Porcari},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Athletic competition has been a source of interest to the scientific community for many years, as a surrogate of the limits of human ambulatory ability. One of the remarkable things about athletic competition is the observation that some athletes suddenly reduce their pace in the mid-portion of the race and drop back from their competitors. Alternatively, other athletes will perform great accelerations in mid-race (surges) or during the closing stages of the race (the endspurt). This… CONTINUE READING
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