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Johanna S. Rosén, Victoria L. Goosey-Tolfrey, Keith Tolfrey, Anton Arndt, and Anna Bjerkefors

) individual tests in the trunk, leg, and on-water test batteries. Method Participants Six international, Level 5 certified medical (three females, all registered physiotherapists) and technical (two males and one female, all with canoe coaching experience and/or experience as a canoe athlete) Paracanoe classifiers

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Frederico Ribeiro Neto, Ramires Alsamir Tibana, Jefferson Rodrigues Dorneles, and Rodrigo Rodrigues Gomes Costa

paracanoe athletes over a 9-month period analyzing the periodization phases of training. A second objective was to correlate the recovery markers with the ACWR. Our hypotheses were: (1) independently of the athlete, the internal and external workloads would increase in the following order for periodization

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Scott Simon and Pam Richards

with the coaches, athletes, and other specialists working within a high-performance setting. We then describe SMMs and their relevance to individualisation before presenting the paracanoe context in which they are applied. Subsequently, we present exemplars as to the operational use of SMMs and discuss

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Jacqueline Martins Patatas, Jens De Rycke, Veerle De Bosscher, and Rafael Lima Kons

and n  = 2 females), judo ( n  = 7 males and n  = 3 females), paraathletics ( n  = 50 males and n  = 25 females), paracanoe ( n  = 9 males and n  = 5 females), paracycling ( n  = 24 males and n  = 5 females), parashooting ( n  = 9 males and n  = 2 females), paraswimming ( n  = 43 males and n

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Anna Bjerkefors, Johanna S. Rosén, Olga Tarassova, and Anton Arndt

significantly larger hip and knee flexion RM compared with the KL2 and KL1 groups and therefore seem to have more function in the legs. These results are in accordance with the new evidence-based classification system ( ), which specifies that the athletes in KL3 have

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Krystn Orr, M. Blair Evans, Katherine A. Tamminen, and Kelly P. Arbour-Nicitopoulos

 Funding and cost • Founded in 1989 and led by a Board of Directors as a not-for-profit • Funded by memberships, grants, and sponsorships • Cost not listed online • Founded in 2018 • Drop-in • $20/session (maximum seven sessions)  Options • Programs:  Paracanoe  Special Olympics b  Dragon Boat  Masters