Conference Program

The program will be available on this page. Full program is expected to be available early april.

Day 1 – Wednesday June 24

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9:00am – 9:10am

Room 1

Welcome & Opening

Welcome

Anton van Gerwen – Event Organiser – Welcome and safety instructions

Serge Colson – University Côte d’Azur – Welcome on behalf of the host

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09:10am – 10:10pm

Room 1

Panel Discussion                                                               

Science specific for women cycling

Training Load; How to measure and do the right thing

Daniel Green – Head of Performance & Innovation – NTT Pro Cycling

Stephen Seiler – Professor in Sport Science- University of Agder

Moderator
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10:40 AM – 11:00 AM

Foyer

Coffee break

 

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11:00 AM – 12:30 AM

Room D.0.02

Session 1                                                              Chairman: 

 

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12:30 PM – 13:30 PM

Restaurant

Lunch break

 

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13:30 PM – 14:00 PM

Foyer

Poster presentations

 

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13:50 PM – 15:40 PM

Room 1

Session 2                                                                 Chairman: 

 

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15:40 PM – 16:00 PM

Foyer

Coffee break

 

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16:00 PM – 17:50 PM

Room 1

Session 3                                                                          Chairman: 

 

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16:30 PM – 17:50 PM

Room 2

Session 4                                                                        Chairman: 

 

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19:30 PM – 22:30 PM

Location tbc

Conference evening

 

Day 2 – Thursday July 4

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9:00am - 10:50am

Room D.0.02

Session 6

 

Blood flow limitations in the iliac arteries in cyclists; Impact on performance measured by new diagnostic techniques during exercise

Martijn van Hooff – SportMáx

Relationship between daily Bioimpendance patterns and training load of professional cyclists during training and racing

Andrea Giorgi – Sidermec Professional Cycling Team

Dissection of the Arteria iliaca externa, secondary to endofibrosis in a cyclist

Charlotte Schepens – Ghent University

Reliability of acute training responses elicited by exhaustive work intervals prescribed with the delta concept

Wouter Timmerman – University of Kent

Can we adjust the bike position to have a positive effect on the uphill cycling performance?

Joris Verreydt – Wolf Performance

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9:00am - 10:50am

Room D.0.03

Session 7                                                                         Chairman Yago Alcalde

 

State-of-the-art and technology advances for cycling aerodynamics

Andrea Sciacchitano – Delft University of Technology

Accuracy assessment of the Ring of Fire system for on-site aerodynamic drag measurements

Alexander Spoelstra – Delft University of Technology

Experimental Characterization of a Cyclist's Wake

Florian Adam – Delft University of Technology

On the Cyclist's Drag Crisis

Wouter Terra – Delft University of Technology

Experimental evaluation of a computer-vision based method to assess the aerodynamic drag of cyclists

Cedric Lemaitre – Apeira Technologies

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10:50 AM – 11:10 AM

Foyer

Coffee break

 

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11:10 AM - 12:40 PM

Room D.0.02

Session 8                                                                   Chairman Bryan Saunders

The psychology of recovery: Implications for athletes and coaches

Yannick Balk – 

The use of subjective monitoring in professional cyclists in preparation for competition influence on finishing position

Ciaran O’Grady – Team Dimension Data

Relationship between skeletal muscle carnosine content and cycling sprint performance

Luana Farias de Oliveira – University Sao Paulo

Acute breath-holding does not improve 3km cycling time trial performance

Janne Bouten – Ghent University

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11:10 AM - 12:40 PM

Room D.0.03

Session 9                                                                                    Chair: Lotte Kraus

 

Bike Fit Unplugged: Working towards the next level of Bike Fit

Happy Freedman – Hospital for Special Surgery

Relationship between preferred saddle height and pedalling kinematics in professional cyclists

Geoffrey Millour – University of Reims

Effect of different seat position on lower limb kinematics, kinetic and electromyography during cycling

Chia-Hsiang Chen – National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

The influence of cycling shos on your optimal cycling position

Jarich Braeckevelt – Bioracer Motion

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12:40 PM – 13:40 PM

Restaurant

Lunch break

 

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13:40 PM – 14:00 PM

Foyer

Poster presentations

 

Overview Posters

Masahiro Fukuda – Hamsterspin – Easy to use accurate measuring system for cycling pedaling motion using a small LED and a smartphone.


Gabriel Martins – Universidad Camilo Jose Cela – Infographic. Tramadol: should it be banned in athletes while competing, particularly in road cycling?


Gabriel Martins – Universidad Camilo Jose Cela – Infographic. The road to the ergogenic effect of caffeine on exercise performance


Frank Michel – Vaude – Engineering of a backpack ventilation technology for cycling using CFD analysis


Frank Michel – Vaude – Influence of an engineered backpack ventilation technology on thermal comfort during cycling – a pilot study


Pedro Perim – University Sao Paulo – Sport supplement use in Brazilian cyclists: Where is the information coming from?


Lucas Schmid – Swiss Cycling – Heat acclimation: practical and efficient in the laboratory


Wei-Chi Tsai – Kaohsiung Armed Forces General Hospital – The effect of hub design on lower limb muscle activation while riding on different terrain


 

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14:00 AM - 15:50 PM

Room D.0.02

Session 10                                                                      Chairman Guido vroemen

 

W' in the Critical Power model: its role in performance prediction

Jan Boone – Ghent University

Power profiling in elite U23 riders during a competitive season

Peter Leo – Innsbruck University

Validation of Lactate Minimum Power testing in cyclists

Christophe Dausin – KU Leuven

Validity and reliability of the CycleOps Hammer direct drive trainer during sprint tests when compared with an SRM powermeter

Sebastien Duc – University of Reims

Xert’s Maximal Power Available and the Modeling of Fatigue

Stephen Cheung – Brock University

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14:30 AM - 15:50 PM

Room D.0.03

Session 11                                                                        Chairman Gabriel Martins

 

A year in the life of a Brazilian professional female road cycling team Part I: Performance measures

Bryan Saunders – University Sao Paulo

A year in the life of a Brazilian professional female road cycling team – Part II: Nutritional and clinical outcomes

Patricia Campos-Ferraz – University Sao Paulo

A new method to control the roughness of different time trial garments. A preliminary study

Corentin Leboeuf – University Franche-Comté

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15:50 PM – 16:10 PM

Foyer

Coffee break

 

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16:10 AM - 17:30 PM

Room D.0.02

Session 12                                                                          Chairman Jan Boone

 

Find more speed for real: Aerotesting in the field where it counts

Dan Bigham – Ribble Pro Cycling / Notio Technologies
Guido Vroemen – SMA Midden Nederland 

Smart Textiles - Measuring Motion Data (working title)

Maarten Gijssel – Kinetic Analysis

The development pathway of a World class sprinter

Vasilis Anastopoulos – SEG Racing

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