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. Flohr * Davis L. Wenos * Michael J. Saunders * 12 2011 6 4 546 558 10.1123/ijspp.6.4.546 The Match Demands of Australian Rules Football Umpires in a State-Base Competition Nathan Elsworthy * Ben J. Dascombe * 12 2011 6 4 559 571 10.1123/ijspp.6.4.559 Invited Commentary Youth Sport Specialization

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David L. Carey, Justin Crow, Kok-Leong Ong, Peter Blanch, Meg E. Morris, Ben J. Dascombe, and Kay M. Crossley

mathematical constraints. • Match demands were taken from the 2015 AFL GPS Report 14 and incorporated by constraining the total match distance to be 13,200 m ( w 125  = 13,200). This is an average value and may not reflect the largest loads seen in matches or the differences between playing positions. By

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.2017-0207 The Specificity of Rugby Union Training Sessions in Preparation for Match Demands Patrick G. Campbell * Jonathan M. Peake * Geoffrey M. Minett * 13 4 496 503 10.1123/ijspp.2017-0082 ijspp.2017-0082 Perception of Breakfast Ingestion Enhances High-Intensity Cycling Performance Stephen A

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. Gill * John B. Cronin * 9 2015 10 6 780 785 10.1123/ijspp.2014-0331 A Comparison of the Match Demands of International and Provincial Rugby Sevens Alex Ross * Nicholas D. Gill * John B. Cronin * 9 2015 10 6 786 790 10.1123/ijspp.2014-0213 Activity Profile of International Rugby Sevens

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Marni J. Simpson, David G. Jenkins, and Vincent G. Kelly

in a variety of team sports. They have been found to reproduce physical match demands in a range of team sports. 2 – 5 However, analysis of training drills and their ability to replicate match demands has focused on field-based sports, such as soccer, 6 rugby, 7 and Australian football. 3 , 8

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Jonathan P. Norris, Jamie Highton, and Craig Twist

possessing acceptable validity and reliability for locomotive demands, previous attempts to simulate the match demands of rugby league have resulted in similar heart rate (HR) responses but greater relative distance and high-speed running compared with match play. 5 The replication of collisions in the

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Mitchell J. Henderson, Job Fransen, Jed J. McGrath, Simon K. Harries, Nick Poulos, and Aaron J. Coutts

understanding physical and technical match performance. • Aerobic and anaerobic capacities should be developed concurrently to adequately prepare for increases in physical match demands in international rugby sevens. Acknowledgments M.J.H. was supported by a research scholarship from Rugby Australia for this

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Xiang Yao, Christopher Curtis, Anthony Turner, Chris Bishop, Alex Austerberry, and Shyam Chavda

); these games create fewer stoppages and more open space, high-speed demands compared with RU. 12 Therefore, the characteristics of different codes of rugby should be discussed separately due to different match demands. Studies in female RU have focused on time–motion analysis, 1 , 2 identifying

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Dale B. Read, Ben Jones, Sean Williams, Padraic J. Phibbs, Josh D. Darrall-Jones, Greg A.B. Roe, Jonathon J.S. Weakley, Andrew Rock, and Kevin Till

characteristics (relative distance and PL·min −1 ). Dependent variables were log-transformed before modeling, and then effects and SDs were back-transformed to percentages. The random effects in the model were match identity (differences between mean match demands not accounted for by the fixed effects), athlete

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Thomas Mullen, Craig Twist, and Jamie Highton

cognitive demand and vigilance requirement associated with the task should be considered. Investigations into the mental demands of competitive rugby league match play are needed, such that valid training and research replications of match demands can be made. References 1. Kempton T , Sirotic AC