Modelling of cycling power data and its application for anti-doping
Journal Title: Journal of Science and Cycling - Year 2016, Vol 5, Issue 2
Since the introduction of the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP), research studies have suggested that there is risk of false-positive results due to a variety of factors that act to compromise its sensitivity to detect unusual variations in haematological parameters. Thus, the possibility of extending the ABP by proposing additional confounding variables, such as athlete performance data, is attractive.
Authors and Affiliations
James Hopker| Endurance Research Group, University of Kent, UK, Louis Passfield| Endurance Research Group, University of Kent, UK, Raphael Faiss| Research & Expertise in antiDoping Sciences, University of Lausanne, CH, Martial Saugy| Research & Expertise in antiDoping Sciences, University of Lausanne, CH
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How To Cite
James Hopker, Louis Passfield, Raphael Faiss, Martial Saugy (2016). Modelling of cycling power data and its application for anti-doping. Journal of Science and Cycling, 5(2), 29-30. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-2972