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Race walking injuries and biomechanics

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Apr 23, 2008.

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    Subtalar joint kinematic correlations with footprint arch index in race walkers.
    Elvira JL, Vera-García FJ, Meana M
    J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2008 Jun;48(2):225-34
     
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    Re: STJ motion and footprint in race walking

    The evaluation of energy cost of effort and changes of centre of mass (COM) during race walking at starting speed after improving the length of lower extremities.
    Klimek A, Chwała W.
    Acta Bioeng Biomech. 2007;9(2):55-60
     
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    Re: STJ motion and footprint in race walking

    Temporal values and plantar pressures during normal walking and racewalking in a group of racewalkers.
    Villaroya MA, Casajus JA, Perez JM.
    J Sport Rehabil. 2009 May;18(2):283-95.
     
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    Re: STJ motion and footprint in race walking

    Footfall dynamics for racewalkers and runners barefoot on compliant surfaces.
    Wilson JF, Rochelle RD.
    J Biomech. 2009 Aug 12. [Epub ahead of print]
     
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    Kinematic characteristics of elite men's 50 km race walking.
    Hanley B, Bissas A, Drake A.
    EJSS (Champaign). 2013 May;13(3):272-9.
     
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    Footstep analysis at different slopes and speeds in elite race walking.
    Padulo J, Annino G, Dʼottavio S, Vernillo G, Smith L, Migliaccio GM, Tihanyi J.
    J Strength Cond Res. 2013 Jan;27(1):125-9.
     
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    BIOMECHANICS AND INJURY RISK FACTORS DURING RACE WALKING
    Qipeng Song, Zhengye Ding, Dewei Mao, Cui Zhang, Wei Sun
    International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2013)
     
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    The biomechanics of race walking: Literature overview and new insights
    Gaspare Pavei, Dario Cazzola, Antonio La Torre & Alberto E. Minetti
    European Journal of Sport Science; Volume 14, Issue 7, 2014
     
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    THE EFFECT OF ARCH-SUPPORTED FUNCTIONAL INSOLES TO AVOID OVERUSED
    INJURIES DURING RACE WALKING

    Qipeng Song, Zhengye Ding
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    BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF RACE WALKING COMPARED TO NORMAL
    WALKING AND RUNNING GAIT

    Jaclyn D. Norberg
    PhD DISSERTATION; University of Kentucky 2015
     
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    Could Insoles Offload Pressure? An Evaluation of the Effects of Arch-supported Functional Insoles on Plantar Pressure Distribution during Race Walking.
    Song Q, Zhang C, Xu K, Yu B, Sun W, Mao D.
    Res Sports Med. 2015 Jun 10:1-11
     
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    Analysis of lower limb work-energy patterns in world-class race walkers
    Biomechanics

    Brian Hanley & Athanassios Bissas
    Journal of Sports Sciences
     
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    Gait variability and symmetry in world-class senior and junior race walkers
    Catherine B. Tucker & Brian Hanley
    Journal of Sports Sciences 22 Sep 2016
     
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    Race walking gait and its influence on race walking economy in world-class race walkers
    Josu Gomez-Ezeiza, Jon Torres-Unda, Nicholas Tam, Jon Irazusta, Cristina Granados & Jordan Santos-Concejero
    Journal of Sports Sciences 06 Mar 2018
     
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    Race walking gait and its influence on race walking economy in world-class race walkers.
    Gomez-Ezeiza J et al
    J Sports Sci. 2018 Oct;36(19):2235-2241.
     
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