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Alfred Zommers
10-06-1997, 10:59 PM
Dear colleagues in sport science

After a hectic Fall semester start-up, the latest update of the
Sportscience website is now available at http://www.sportsci.org

Dominating Sportscience News this issue are reports from three
meetings:
the FINA Swimming World Congress, the 10th Annual International
Conference
on the Biochemistry of Muscle, and the USOC-ACSM summit on training
and
competing in the "mystery zone".

Also:

Fred Hatfield provides a detailed report on the conditioning methods
of
world champion heavyweight boxer Evander Holyfield.

In her Compeat column, Louise Burke explains why and how the
carbohydrate
glycemic index should be used by athletes.

In History Makers, Frank Katch writes how James Lind ran the first
controlled clinical nutritional trial, which led to the cure for
scurvy in
sailors.

On the stats pages (http://www.sportsci.org/stats), Will Hopkins
describes
a new improved method for analyzing crossovers that takes into account

learning effects.

Lars Mc Naughton and colleagues have added a review on
bicarbonate/buffer
loading to the Training & Technology Pages.

We have also updated the Links list and added our own form for
searching
the Sportscience site.

For the Sportscience team

Stephen
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Stephen Seiler PhD
Assistant Professor
Institute for Sport, Agder College, Kongsgard alle 20
4604 Kristiansand, Norway
fax: 47 381 41 301
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