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Abstracts From the 3rd Annual Medicine & Science in Ultra-endurance Sports conference

Please find below the list of selected submissions

August 21, 2016

14:00-14:10
Right Ventricle Adaptation After an Endurance Race
Daniel Brotons Cuixart, MD, PhD

14:10-14:20
Linear and Nonlinear Heart Rate Variability Following a 118-km Mountain Race
Martínez-Navarro, PhD

14:20-14:30
Monitoring Ultramarathon Runners Using Accelerometer Devices for Assessment of the Distribution of Physical Activity Intensity
Carlos Hernando, PhD

14:30-14:40
Factors that Influence the Food Choices of Ultra-Endurance Athletes During Prolonged Training and Competition
Claire L Blennerhassett, PgDip

14:40-14:50
The Impact of Hydration Protocol “At Thirst” on Serum Sodium of Runners of the UTMBⓇ 2015
Jean-Luc. Le Masle-Lastiolas, MD

14:50-15:00
Does Vitamin D Status Influence the Exertional Stress Induced Cytokinaemia in Response to Ultra-Marathon Competition?
David Dixon, MSc

15:00-15:10
Does Gender Influence Medical Requests on UTMB®? An Observational Study in 2015
E. Deman-Garin, Res

15:10-15:20
Trauma, Exposure Injuries and Illness During Two Ultramarathons in France: Observational Study
Sylvain Charreyre, MEng, Res

15:20-15:30
Resting Metabolic Rate, Somatotype and Body Composition of Trail Running Athletes
Samuel Amorim, MSc

 

August 23, 2016

14:00-14:10
Comparison of Two Intensities of Training on Body Composition and the Consumption of Oxygen in Ultrarunners
Guillermo Morea, MSc

14:10-14:20
Psycho-Physiological Responses to 21 Consecutive Half Marathons. A Case Study
Gianluca Rospo

14:20-14:30
Pain Management, Cognitive Strength and Exercise Addiction in Ultramarathon Runnersy
Morteza Khodaee, MD, MPH

14:30-14:40
Habits and Characteristics of the Ultrarunner in the Region of Northwest Argentina
Guillermo Morea, MSc

14:40-14:50
Acute Sleep Deprivation and Hallucinations in Ultra-Endurance Runners: A Descriptive Analysis During the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®
Martin Dudoignon, MD student

14:50-15:00
No Evidence that Starting a 119-km Ultramarathon at Midnight Reduces Running Performance
Carlos Hernando, PhD

15:00-15:10
Ultra-Endurance Sports Impact: Sportswomen Perceptions
M. Delespierre, MD

15:10-15:20
Is Response Inhibition Diminished Following a 118-km Mountain Race?
I. Martínez-Navarro, PhD

Abstracts published online in International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance

 

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