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Christopher J. Gore


Christopher J. Gore is with the Department of Physiology, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, ACT, Australia.


Articles:

IJSPP
  An Attempt to Quantify the Placebo Effect From a Three-Week Simulated Altitude Training Camp in Elite Race Walkers, (Volume 5, Issue 4, December)
IJSNEM
  Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate on [HCO3–], pH, and Gastrointestinal Symptoms, (Volume 21, Issue 3, June)
JPAH
  Gender, Age, and Educational-Attainment Differences in Australian Adults’ Participation in Vigorous Sporting and Fitness Activities, (Volume 1, Issue 4, October)
IJSPP
  Haemoglobin Mass in an Anaemic Female Endurance Runner Before and After Iron Supplementation, (Volume 6, Issue 1, March)
  Improved Race Performance in Elite Middle-Distance Runners After Cumulative Altitude Exposure, (Volume 4, Issue 1, March)
  Increased Hemoglobin Mass and VO2max With 10 h Nightly Simulated Altitude at 3000 m , (Volume 8, Issue 4, July)
IJSNEM
  Induced Alkalosis and Caffeine Supplementation: Effects on 2,000-m Rowing Performance, (Volume 21, Issue 5, October)
IJSPP
  Physiological and Performance Responses to a Preseason Altitude-Training Camp in Elite Team-Sport Athletes, (Volume 8, Issue 4, July)
  Physiological Responses to Ergometer and On-Water Incremental Rowing Tests, (Volume 5, Issue 3, September)
  Quality Assurance in Australian Exercise-Physiology Laboratories—In Quest of Excellence, (Volume 1, Issue 1, March)
  Reliability and Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate: Buffering and 2000-m Rowing Performance , (Volume 7, Issue 2, June)
  Short-Term Hematological Effects Upon Completion of a Four-Week Simulated Altitude Camp , (Volume 7, Issue 1, March)
  Variability of Erythropoietin Response to Sleeping at Simulated Altitude: A Cycling Case Study, (Volume 2, Issue 3, September)


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