- Descriptive epidemiology of Paralympic sports injuriesNick Webborn
The Centre for Sport and Exercise Science and Medicine SESAME, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK Electronic address
PM R 6:S18-22. 2014..Further studies will also need to address the impact of sporting participation, injury, and future health. ..
- Paralympic medicineNick Webborn
Centre for Sport Research, Chelsea School of Sport, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK
Lancet 380:65-71. 2012..The increased physical fitness of athletes with disabilities has important implications for cardiovascular risk reduction in a population for whom the prevalence of risk factors can be high...
- Lifetime injury prevention: the sport profile modelNick Webborn
University of Brighton, Sussex Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine, Sportswise Limited, The Welkin, Eastbourne, UK
Br J Sports Med 46:193-7. 2012..Additionally the governing body, as an employer, will need to meet the requirements for risk assessment for professional sport and its ethical responsibility to the athlete...
- The injury experience at the 2010 winter paralympic gamesNick Webborn
Centre for Sport Research, Chelsea School of Sport, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, England, UK
Clin J Sport Med 22:3-9. 2012..The objective of this study was to examine incidence proportion and the characteristics of athlete injuries sustained during the 2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games...
- Injuries among disabled athletes during the 2002 Winter Paralympic GamesNick Webborn
International Paralympic Committee, Bonn, Germany
Med Sci Sports Exerc 38:811-5. 2006..This prospective injury surveillance study was conducted to better understand the types of and risk factors of injuries sustained by athletes with disabilities competing in adapted winter sports at the elite level...
- Cooling strategies improve intermittent sprint performance in the heat of athletes with tetraplegiaN Webborn
British Paralympic Association, 40 Bernard St, London WC1 1ST, UK
Br J Sports Med 44:455-60. 2010..This study assessed whether cooling strategies before and during exercise in the heat enhances sprint performance in athletes with tetraplegia...
- Effects of two cooling strategies on thermoregulatory responses of tetraplegic athletes during repeated intermittent exercise in the heatN Webborn
Department of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Brighton, Brighton, Eastbourne, UK
J Appl Physiol 98:2101-7. 2005..The cooling strategies also appear to show reduced perceived exertion at equivalent time points, which may translate into improved functional capacity...