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Differences in anthropometric and physical performance characteristics between U17, U19, and Senior Irish female international football players
(SAGE Publications, 2021-04-01)
This study aimed to compare the anthropometric physical performance characteristics of Irish female international footballers at U17, U19, and Senior age groups. Fifty-five (U17, n =24, U19, n =21, Senior, n = 10) female ...
Age – group differences in reactive strength and measures of intra-day reliability in female international footballers
(International Universities Strength and Conditioning Association, 2021-02-18)
The aim of this present study was to compare the reactive strength index (RSI) characteristics and trial to trial reliability of U17, U19 and Senior female international soccer players. Fifty – seven elite female soccer ...
Maximum ball in play demands for sub-elite Rugby Union referees in domestic club rugby
(Universidad de Alicante, 2020)
Purpose: Rugby union referee research has reported the game demands for whole game averages and comparisons between each half and 10 minute periods. No study has reported the movement game demands for the maximum ball in ...
Quantification of internal and external training load during a training camp in senior international female footballers
(Taylor & Francis, 2021-03-22)
Objective: This study aimed to quantify the internal and external training load profile of an international training camp and identify any differences between positional groups or starting status. Methods: 18 players were ...