XIIth International Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, Canberra, Australia

The Australian Institute of Sport together with Swimming Australia and the John Curtin School of Medical Research hosted the XIIth International Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming.

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Prof. Ferran A. Rodríguez and Thorsten Schuller participated in the conference, held at the AIS, and presented four communications and one poster. These communications included results of the Altitude Project and Synchro Project (click on the title to download linked abstracts/6 page papers/poster):

Altitude training enhances performance in elite swimmers: results from a controlled four parallel groups trial (The Altitude Project), authored by Rodríguez F. A.1, Iglesias X.1, Feriche B.2, C. Calderón C.3, Chaverri D.1, Barrero A.1, Wachsmuth N. B.4, Schmidt W.4, Levine B. D.5

1 INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 2 Faculty of Sports Sciences Universidad de Granada, Spain; 3 High Altitude Training Center (CAR) Sierra Nevada, Granada, Spain; 4 Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany; 5 Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

Effects of subacute moderate hypoxia on performance, peak oxygen uptake and stroke kinematics in 50- to 400-m time trials in elite swimmers, authored by Rodríguez F. A.1, Chaverri D.1, Mercadé J. J.2, Argüelles J.3, Morales E.2, de la Fuente B.3, Feriche B.2, Calderón C.3, Barrero A.1, Iglesias X.1

 1 INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 2 Faculty of Sports Sciences Universidad de Granada, Spain; 3 High Altitude Training Center (CAR) Sierra Nevada, Granada, Spain

Concurrent validity of a new model for estimating peak oxygen uptake based on post-exercise measurements and heart rate kinetics in swimming, authored by Schuller1 T., Hoffmann U.1, Iglesias X.2, Chaverri D.2, Rodríguez F. A.2

1Institut für Physiologie und Anatomie, Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln, Germany; 2INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Very fast oxygen kinetics in all-out unimpeded 50- to 400-m swim in elite sprinters and non-sprinters, authored by Chaverri D.1, Schuller T.2, Barrero A.1, Cesari, R.1,Hoffmann U.2, Iglesias X.1, Rodríguez F.A.1

 1GRCE, INEFC-Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain), 2Institut für Physiologie und Anatomie, Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln (Cologne, Germany)

Bioelectrical impedance vector migration induced by training in young competitive synchronized swimmersauthored by Irurtia A.1, Carrasco M.1-3, Rodriguez-Zamora L.1, Iglesias X.1, Brotons D.3, Rodríguez F.A.1

1 INEFC-Barcelona Sport Sciences Research Group, Institut Nacional d’Educació Física de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain; 2 Facultat de Ciències de la Salut Blanquerna, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain; 3 Consell Català de l’Esport, Sports Medicine Department, Esplugues de Llobregat, Spain

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Prof. Ferran A. Rodríguez and Thorsten Schuller presenting at BMS 2014, Canberra, Australia

 

 

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