The World Games

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Re: The World Games

Post by jackarabit » March 9th, 2017, 12:10 pm

Article on supplements, legal PE, and the budget shortfall for testing experienced by most national rowing federations in Feb. '17 "ROWING" magazine.
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Post by Droode » March 9th, 2017, 4:04 pm

jackarabit wrote:Article on supplements, legal PE, and the budget shortfall for testing experienced by most national rowing federations in Feb. '17 "ROWING" magazine.
I have never seen Rowing magazine here in France so I have a subscription to Row360. I am curious what they listed as legal PE's

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Re: The World Games

Post by jackarabit » March 9th, 2017, 5:40 pm

Dietary nitrates from beet juice (vasodilation)

Beta alanine (increased muscle carnisine (regulation of intracellular pH, increase of calcium uptake to muscles, reduction of oxidative damage)

Caffeine (reduction of perceived effort and pain signals)

Electrolytes (hydration/rate of fluid absorption)

Creatine monohydrate (accretion of lean body mass/hypertrophy, endurance and sprint performance)
* listed as "high risk" supplement frequently mixed with banned substances

Sodium bicarbonate (regulation of extracellular pH)

General health supplements (protein, vitamins, amino acids)
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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » March 9th, 2017, 6:51 pm

jackarabit wrote:Dietary nitrates from beet juice (vasodilation)

Beta alanine (increased muscle carnisine (regulation of intracellular pH, increase of calcium uptake to muscles, reduction of oxidative damage)

Caffeine (reduction of perceived effort and pain signals)

Electrolytes (hydration/rate of fluid absorption)

Creatine monohydrate (accretion of lean body mass/hypertrophy, endurance and sprint performance)
* listed as "high risk" supplement frequently mixed with banned substances

Sodium bicarbonate (regulation of extracellular pH)

General health supplements (protein, vitamins, amino acids)
Thank you for listing all of that, I only drink beet juice off the list and occasionally protein shakes but it's pretty rare. I have had a lot of friends try sodium bicarbonate and all of them ended up with severe gastro intestinal distress, I found that funny.

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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » July 15th, 2017, 2:25 am

Competitor list for upcoming World Games http://www.worldrowing.com/mm//Document ... eutral.pdf
From the list of all the people who had qualified a lot of these competitors seem like safe bets for representing there respective countries to pass all doping controls. Quite a few competitors, dare I say, we might consider long in the tooth :D. 40+ is the new 30.

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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » July 26th, 2017, 5:30 am

Men's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Lightweight men and women results a little later and the 500m will be raced tomorrow.

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Post by lindsayh » July 26th, 2017, 5:56 am

Droode wrote:Men's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Lightweight men and women results a little later and the 500m will be raced tomorrow.
Thanks - that is very interesting. Winner is 5:42 which you don't see very often and Shurmei beat Benton after they didn't meet in Boston.
Olena Buryak smashed her WR to 6:22 - wow - she is an amazing athlete.
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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » July 26th, 2017, 6:03 am

lindsayh wrote:
Droode wrote:Men's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Lightweight men and women results a little later and the 500m will be raced tomorrow.
Thanks - that is very interesting. Winner is 5:42 which you don't see very often and Shurmei beat Benton after they didn't meet in Boston.
Olena Buryak smashed her WR to 6:22 - wow - she is an amazing athlete.
And Bondarenko sets a new HW 40-49 Wr and takes bronze. I think Bentons domination is coming to an end.

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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » July 26th, 2017, 6:36 am

Droode wrote:
lindsayh wrote:
Droode wrote:Men's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Lightweight men and women results a little later and the 500m will be raced tomorrow.
Thanks - that is very interesting. Winner is 5:42 which you don't see very often and Shurmei beat Benton after they didn't meet in Boston.
Olena Buryak smashed her WR to 6:22 - wow - she is an amazing athlete.
And Bondarenko sets a new HW 40-49 Wr and takes bronze. I think Bentons domination is coming to an end.

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Post by bisqeet » July 26th, 2017, 8:18 am

lindsayh wrote:
Droode wrote:Men's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's open 2k results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Lightweight men and women results a little later and the 500m will be raced tomorrow.
Thanks - that is very interesting. Winner is 5:42 which you don't see very often and Shurmei beat Benton after they didn't meet in Boston.
Olena Buryak smashed her WR to 6:22 - wow - she is an amazing athlete.
great couple - more raw power in that pair than when the hiroshima scorchmark was made...
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Re: The World Games

Post by Droode » July 27th, 2017, 5:21 am

Men's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/ another WR for Buryak
Sorry there were no WR's set by Bondarenko they had his year of birth incorrectly listed, he was born in '92 not '72.

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Re: The World Games

Post by lindsayh » July 27th, 2017, 6:54 am

Droode wrote:Men's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/ another WR for Buryak
Sorry there were no WR's set by Bondarenko they had his year of birth incorrectly listed, he was born in '92 not '72.
Bondarenko @1:12.1 and Buryak 1:24 sets a new 500m WR to match the 2km
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Re: The World Games

Post by hjs » July 27th, 2017, 10:34 am

lindsayh wrote:
Droode wrote:Men's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/
Women's 500m results https://theworldgames2017.com/en/results/ another WR for Buryak
Sorry there were no WR's set by Bondarenko they had his year of birth incorrectly listed, he was born in '92 not '72.
Bondarenko @1:12.1 and Buryak 1:24 sets a new 500m WR to match the 2km
With delayed starts.

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Re: The World Games

Post by lindsayh » July 27th, 2017, 6:18 pm

hjs wrote:With delayed starts. Wr is 1.10.5 standalone, getting close.
Yes Henry I was thinking later - that is at least a 1:11.5 in the gym I reckon
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