The publication process is an important part of our lives as sports scientists, driving innovation, collaboration and new thinking. Below is a list of our scholarly outputs, with links to the articles.
(2005). Effect of distance feedback on pacing strategy and perceived exertion during cycling. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol 37(3): 461–468.
. Alternative methods of normalising EMG during cycling. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
, Vol 20(6)
. Alternative methods of normalising EMG during running. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
, Vol 21(4)
. Effect of anticipation during unknown or unexpected exercise duration on rating of perceived exertion, affect, and physiological function. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 39(10)
(2012). The effect of a second runner on pacing strategy and RPE during a running time trial. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, Vol 7(1): 26–32.
(2010). How hot is too hot?: Some considerations regarding temperature and performance. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, Vol 5(4): 559–564.
. How cool does immersion cooling for hyperthermia need to be? Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine
, Vol 19(6)
. Sodium ingestion and hyponatraemia: sports drinks do not prevent a fall in serum sodium concentration during exercise. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 40(4)
. Hyponatraemic encephalopathy despite a modest rate of fluid intake during a 109 km cycle race. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 39(10)
(2004). Deception and perceived exertion during high-intensity running bouts. Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol 98(3 Pt 1): 1027–1038.
(2005). Consensus statement of the 1st International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference, Cape Town, South Africa 2005. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, Vol 15(4): 208–213.
. Changes in plasma arginine vasopressin concentrations in cyclists participating in a 109-km cycle race. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 44(8)
. Dysnatremia predicts a delayed recovery in collapsed ultramarathon runners. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine
, Vol 17(4)
(2007). Visual stimulus deprivation and manipulation of auditory timing signals on pacing strategy. Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol 105(3 Pt 2): 1227–1241.
. Conjugated linoleic acid versus high-oleic acid sunflower oil: effects on energy metabolism, glucose tolerance, blood lipids, appetite and body composition in regularly exercising individuals. British Journal of Nutrition
, Vol 97(5)
. Ethnicity and temperature regulation. Medicine and Sport Science
, Vol 53
. Effect of exercise, heat stress, and hydration on immune cell number and function. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
, Vol 34(12)
. The effect of pre-exercise cooling on high intensity running performance in the heat. International Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 24(2)
(2001). The influence of different external cooling methods on thermoregulatory responses before and after intense intermittent exercise in the heat. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol 15(2): 247–254.
. The Brain and Fatigue.
In: Olympic Textbook of Science in Sport,
edited by R Maughan
(2004). Inverse relationship between VO2max and economy in world-class cyclists. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol 36(6): 1083–1084.
. Three independent biological mechanisms cause exercise-associated hyponatremia: evidence from 2,135 weighed competitive athletic performances. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
, Vol 102(51)
. The effects of different air velocities on heat storage and body temperature in humans cycling in a hot, humid environment. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
, Vol 183(3)
(2006). The role of information processing between the brain and peripheral physiological systems in pacing and perception of effort. Sports Medicine (Auckland, N.Z.), Vol 36(8): 705–722.
(2008). Potential causes of chronic anterior knee pain in a former winner of the Tour de France : case report. International SportMed Journal, Vol 9(4): 162–171.
. Thermoregulation, Fatigue and Exercise Modality.
In: Medicine and Sport Science,
edited by F Marino
, Vol 53
. Basel, Switzerland: Karger Publishers
, Series: ‘Thermoregulation and Human Performance. Physiological and Biological Aspects’
(2006). An analysis of pacing strategies during men’s world-record performances in track athletics. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, Vol 1(3): 233–245.
. The rate of heat storage mediates an anticipatory reduction in exercise intensity during cycling at a fixed rating of perceived exertion. Journal of Physiology
, Vol 574(Pt 3)
. Non-random fluctuations in power output during self-paced exercise. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 40(11)
. Impaired exercise performance in the heat is associated with an anticipatory reduction in skeletal muscle recruitment. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology
, Vol 448(4)
. Hyperoxia improves 20 km cycling time trial performance by increasing muscle activation levels while perceived exertion stays the same. European Journal of Applied Physiology
, Vol 101(6)
. The science and management of sex verification in sport. South African Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 21(4)
(2006). The regulation of exercise performance by a complex anticipatory system..
. Athletic performance and risk of injury:
can genes explain all? Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine
, Vol 17(1)
(2010). The science of sex verification and athletic performance. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, Vol 5(2): 127–139.
. The genetic basis for elite running performance. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 47(9)
. Beliefs about hydration and physiology drive drinking behaviours in runners. British Journal of Sports Medicine
, Vol 45(8)