Conference Program

This is a preliminary program under construction and not complete, some titles and times might change and new talks are added coming weeks

Day 1 – Tuesday June 28

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9:00am – 9:10am

Bio 1

Welcome & Opening

Welcome

Anton van Gerwen – Event Organiser – Welcome and safety instructions

 

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09:15am – 10:30pm

Bio 1

Forum / session                                                              Chairman:

Sports and talent development (working title)

Marije Elferink-Gemser – Groningen University

Forum on Talent Development : Marije Elferink-Gemser, Jacques Landry, John Wakefield

Forum participants

Marije Elferink – Associate Professor Sports & Talent – Groningen University

John Wakefield –  Trainer/Coach – Team UAE Emirates

Jacques Landry –  Head Coach Talent and Training – UCI World Cycling Center

When to Hop and When to Jump: Steps Taken in the Development Pathway

Stephen Barrett – AG2R Citroen Pro Cycling Team

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10:30 AM – 10:50 AM

Lounge

Coffee break                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

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10:50 AM – 12:20 AM

Bio 1

Session 1                                                              Chairman: 

 

Return from severe injury. How long does it take to return to play at the highest level. Unique physiological insights from twins in a World Tour Team

Jeroen Swart – UAE Team Emirates

Profiling riders and races to inform training practice

Dajo Sanders – Team DSM

The invisible aspect

Anders Piper – 

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12:20 PM – 13:20 PM

Lounge - Restaurant

Lunch break

 

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12:20 PM – 13:20 PM

Lounge

Poster presentations

 

Overview Posters

Magnus Hyttel – Age-related decline in aerobic potential in trained to well-trained cyclists

 


 


 


 

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13:20 PM – 15:20 PM

Bio 1

Session 2                                                                 Chairman: Bent Ronnestad

 

Preparing for the TDF – go high or go hot ?

Lars Nybo – University of Copenhagen

Carsten Lundby – Innland Norway University of Applied Sciences

 

W’ recovery during intermittent exercise: current limitations and future challenges of predictive models

Kevin Caen – Ghent University

Differences in physiological variables of U23 cyclists between normoxia and hypoxia

Gerrit Glomser – Gairrit

The effects of menstrual cycle phase and oral contraceptive use on substrate utilisation and fatigue resistance in female cyclists

Serene Lee – Murdoch University

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14:20 PM – 15:20 PM

Eventsalen

Session 4                                                                        Chairman: 

 

Freely chosen cadence is increased across repeated bouts of submaximal ergometer cycling

Ernst Hansen – Aalborg University

Field-based testing to determine power-cadence and torque-cadence profiles in professional road cyclists

Kurt Bergin-Taylor – Team DSM

Effect of pedaling cadence on physiological responses and neuromuscular fatigue during a single interval-training session

Sebastien Duc – University Reims Champagne Ardennes

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15:20 PM – 15:40 PM

Lounge

Coffee break

 

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15:40 PM – 17:20 PM

Bio 1

Session 3                                                                          Chairman: 

 

Information Flow to support Decisions and Development in Professional Cycling

Stephen Seiler – University of Agder

 

Real-time energy monitoring of track cyclists

Jelle de Bock – Ghent University

High-performance cycling coaches’ perspectives of athlete monitoring : “For us within a sports science context, it’s bloody interesting”

Wouter Timmerman – Edith Cowan University

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16:40 PM – 17:20 PM

Eventsalen

Session                                                                         Chairman:

 

The Knowledge and Attitudes of UCI Competitive Cyclists towards Sports Related Concussion

Thomas Fallon – Queen Margaret University

Perceptions of cycling helmet safety in relation to sports-related concussion mitigation amongst competitive cyclists

Howard Hurst – University of Central Lancashire

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19:30 PM – 22:30 PM

ULocation TBC

Conference evening

 

Location tbc

 

 

Day 2 – Wednesday June 29

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9:00am - 10:50am

Bio 1

Session 5 Chairman 

 

Breathing problems in cyclists: getting it right, first time

James Hull – Royal Brompton Hospital

Bypass of Respiratory Complex I and its relation to different lactate landmarks – a pilot study

Christoph Triska – Vienna University

Inter- and intra-individual reliability of a 30-minute RPE clamp cycling exercise

Callum O’Malley – University of Kent

Predicting power outputs in a fatigued state: A pilot study

james Spragg – University of Capetown

The Compound Score in elite road cycling

Peter Leo – University of Innsbruck

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9:30am - 10:50am

Eventsalen

Session 6                                                                         Chairman 

 

The ergonomics of aerodynamics: solving the positional optimisation puzzle for both biomechanical function and aerodynamic performance

jamie Pringle – Vorteq Sports / University of Birmingham

How low can you go – exploring the balance between aerodynamic advantages and restrictions related to reducing the torso-hip angle

Claes Hoegh Cubel – University of Copenhagen

Aerodynamic Drag Between Two Cyclists: Effect of Wheel Rotation

Georges Soto-Romero – University of Toulouse

Position for the Sprint: A performance analysis of intermediate sprints in the Men’s Elite Omnium Points Race

Robert Stanley – USA Cycling

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10:30 AM – 10:50 AM

Lounge

Coffee break

 

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10:50 AM - 12:30 PM

Bio 1

Presentation and discussion forum

Polarised or pyramidal approach to training prescription: What is the evidence and what do we see in practice?

Jeroen Swart – UAE Team Emirates

Day-to-day fitness assessment in cycling, based on a power/heart rate model

Arno Knobbe – Leiden University

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12:30 PM – 13:40 PM

Spoor 95

Lunch break

 

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13:00 PM – 13:40 PM

Lounge

Poster presentations

 

Overview Posters

Magnus Hyttel – Age-related decline in aerobic potential in trained to well-trained cyclists

 


 


 


 

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13:40 AM - 15:30 PM

Bio 1

Session 9                                                                      Chairman: 

 

Bike fit: applying the research to the clinic

Wendy Holliday

Biomechanical follow up in elite road cycling

Jon Irriberri – Custom4us / Team Jumbo Visma

Are we closer to understanding the role of the ankle in pedaling?

Andy Brooke – Cyclogic / IBFI

Torque behaviour during cycling sprints from different pedalling frequencies

Felix Imbery – Schoberer Rad Meßtechnik – SRM 

Understanding frictions: Methodological guidelines for measuring transmission efficiency

Remi Aubert – University Bourgogne Franche Comté / Equipe Cycliste Groupama FDJ

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14:10 AM - 15:30 PM

Eventsalen

Session 10                                                                        Chairman: 

 

Adolescence to Adulthood, Managing The Key Transitions in Developing Cyclist’s Sporting Careers: The Athlete’s Perspective

Jamie Blanchfield – Waterford Institute of Technology

Maximal aerobic power-cadence relationship estimation in national level under nineteen cyclists from in-situ data

Nicki Almquist – University of Copenhagen

Maximal aerobic power-cadence relationship estimation in national level under nineteen cyclists from in-situ data

Yann Bertron – University of Savoy – Mont Blanc

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15:30 PM – 15:50 PM

Lounge

Coffee break

 

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15:50 AM - 17:20 PM

Bio 1

Session 11                                                                          Chairman: 

 

Glycolytic Power in Cycling - a brief history of VLamax

Sebastian Weber – Inscyd

What does it take to win a Giro Rosa or Giro d’Italia; differences and similarities between a male female and male Grand Tour winner

Robert Lamberts – Stellenbosch University

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