Science and Skiing VII

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Erich Müller, Josef Kröll, Stefan Lindinger, Jürgen Pfusterschmied, Jörg Spörri, Thomas Stöggl
Meyer & Meyer Sport, Mar 1, 2018 - Sports & Recreation - 418 pages

The book contains the proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Science and Skiing, which was held at St. Christoph am Arlberg, Tyrol, Austria, in December 2016. The conference was organized and hosted by the Department of Sport Science at the University of Salzburg, Austria. This book offers a broad interdisciplinary spectrum of current high quality research in Alpine and Nordic skiing and in snowboarding. Four keynote speakers and ninety-seven oral presenters have been invited to submit a paper for this volume. The entire scope of relevant topics in skiing is covered by these presentations. In order to maintain a high scientific standard required of this book, a peer review process was utilized in the selection of the papers. In the proceedings of this congress, the keynotes as well as the oral presentations are published. The manuscripts were subject to peer review and editorial judgment prior to acceptance.

 

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Contents

ALPINE SKIING AND CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH
14
F Dela
23
VISUAL INSPECTION OF SKIING COURSE AND TERRAIN USING VIRTUAL
32
Aleshin S Klimenko A Klimenko M Khlamov K Chuvilin and V Gavrilov
40
T Brandauer and V Senner
52
B Bruhin I Senn S Flury F Wolfsperger G Boffi and S Lorenzetti
60
The 7th International Congress on Science and Skiing was held at St Christoph
61
Christie P DoyleBaker and M Clark
69
W Herzog A Killick K Boldt and F Onasch
241
THE DEVELOPMENT OF POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE IN SKI JUMPING
279
B Jost M Ulaga and J Vodičar
287
J Fritz J Kröll J Lindorfer and H Schwameder
295
J Gim J Jeon B Kim T Jeong and B Rhee
303
A PILOT STUDY EXAMINING
310
SKIBINDING LOADS GENERATED DURING ALPINE SKIING AND ALPINE
323
J Danvind M Ohlsson and P Skoglund
341

Demšar J Duhovnik and M Supej
77
IMU AND GNSSBASED TURN SWITCH DETECTION IN ALPINE SKI RACING
86
B Fasel J Spörri M Gilgien N Gerber M Falbriard E Müller and K Aminian
93
T Finkenzeller A Hofer and G Amesberger
100
Goll P Spitzenpfeil M Olvermann and A Huber
110
P Hofmann M Sieder A Müller and G Tschakert
124
A Huber P Spitzenpfeil K Waibel and A Doppelhofer
135
Jordan M Heard P DoyleBaker P Aagaard and W Herzog
142
N Kurpiers N Petrone A Wisser J Hansen M Supej and U Kersting
152
3D KINEMATIC OF LOWER LIMBS IN FREESTYLE CROSSCOUNTRY SKIING
218
2013
228
P Düking S Achtzehn and B Sperlich
348
T Falda F Hintzy P Rougier N Coulmy and P Lacouture
357
Y Hashimoto H Sakanaga H Kagawa T Yoneyama K Nikki and O
365
R Kirby H C Holmberg and L Karlöf
376
A Lüthi M Fauve H Rhyner and E Müller
386
N Miyamoto T Morimoto S Mori T Miura K Okushi P Bonnaud R Miura A Suzuki
394
J Okajima T Okabe N Miyamoto T Morimoto N Hatakeyama K Tsunoda T Sasaki
401
J Sancho and A Sancho
412
Erich Müller
417
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Erich Müller is professor and head of the Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology at the University of Salzburg, Austria. His main research areas are biomechanics and training in Alpine and Nordic skiing as well as in game sports. He is chair of the Christian Doppler Laboratory Biomechanics in Skiing and head of the steering group Winter Sports of the World Commission of Sport Science.

Co-editors: Josef Kröll, Stefan Lindinger, Jürgen Pfusterschmied, Jörg Spörri and Thomas Stöggl.

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