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    Dear Biomech-L,

    Thanks to every one who responded ! I received email from people involved
    in very different areas: fish swimming to racing Thoroughbreds !

    Marianne Sloet from our Equine Biomechanics Research Group will give a
    presentation at the 1995 AESM meeting in Bonn (June 24-28) about the
    influence of fatigue on the locomotion of warmblood horses at walk before
    and after a strenuous excercise.

    Enclosed you will find the responses from biomech-l and horsecience.

    Thanks again !

    JW Tang, J. exp. Biol. 1992, 163, 33-46

    The title of the 540-page book is "Fatigue: Neural and Muscular
    Mechanisms" and it was edited by Gandevia et al. (1995), Plenum Press

    Effects of fatigue on the mechanical characteristics of
    highly skilled female runners. BT Bates, BH Haven.
    Biomechanics IV (eds. RC Nelson, CA Morehouse),
    University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 121-125

    Biomechanical characteristics of fatigue during 400 meter
    and 800 meter runs. M Kaneko, T Fuchimoto.
    XIIIth International Congress on Biomechanics
    December 9-13, 1991 pp. 84-85

    Influence of fatigue on the rearfoot motion and
    shock attenuation during normal running with
    different footwear. G-P Bruggemann, A Hirthe,
    A Knicker and Ch. Steppat.
    XIIIth International Congress on Biomechanics
    December 9-13, 1991 pp. 49-50

    Fatigue effects in running. BT Bates, LR Osternig
    Journal of Motor Behaviour, 9(3):203-207, 1977

    Heirarchy of changes induced by fatigue in sprinting.
    AE Chapman. Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Sciences
    7(2):116-122, 1982

    A biomechanical evaluation of the role of fatigue in
    middle-distance running. BC Elliot, AD Roberts.
    Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Sciences 5(4):203-207, 1980

    Biomechanical effects of fatigue on 10,000 meter running technique.
    B Elliot, T Ackland. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
    52(2):160-166, 1981

    Stride length changes with fatigue in distance running (abstract)
    R Kram, PR Cavanagh, MM Kerns. Xth International Congress of
    Biomechanics, Umea, Sweden, June 1985

    The effects of muscular fatigue on the kinetics of sprint
    running. P Sprague, RV Mann. Research Quarterly for
    Exercise and Sport. 54(1):60-66, 1983

    Lore of Running: Discover the Science and Spirit of Running
    T Noakes
    Leisure Press, Champaign IL, 1991

    Biomechanics of Distance Running
    PR Cavanagh, ed.
    Human Kinetics Books, Champaign IL, 1990

    Siler, W.L. and Martin, P.E. (1991). Changes in running pattern during
    a treadmill run to volitional exhaustion: a comparison of fast and slow
    runners. International Journal of Sport Biomechanics 7: 12-28.

    Grimston SK, Zernicke RF. Exercise-related stress response in bone.
    J Appl Biomechanics 9 (1), 2-14, 1993.
    Yoshikawa T, Mori S, Santiesteban AJ, Sun TC, et al. The effects of
    fatigue on bone strain. J Experimental Biology 188, 217-233, 1994.
    Martin AD, McCulloch RG. Bone dynamics: stress, strain and fracture. J
    Sports Sci 5, 155-163, 1987.
    Baker J, Frankel V, Burstein A. Fatigue fractures: Biomechanical
    considerations. J Bone Joint Surgery 54A (6), 1345, 1972.

    There is a paper by Elliott, B and Ackland, T in something like Human
    Movement Science about 15 years ago that looked at changes in running
    kinematics with fatigue.

    Viitasalo et al. Biomechanical effects of fatigue during continuous hurdle
    jumping. J.sports science, 11, 503-509. 1993.

    Nyland et al. Relationship of fatigued run and rapid stop to ground reaction
    forces, lower extremity kinematics, and muscle activation. J. sports
    physiotherapy, 20, no.3. 1994.

    Willem Back, DVM, PhD
    Dept. of General and Large Animal Surgery,
    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
    Utrecht University,
    P.O Box 80.153
    NL-3508 TD Utrecht
    The Netherlands

    Tel : **31-30-2531350/2531323/2531344
    Fax : **31-30-2537970