Author Details

Knechtle, Beat, University of Zurich, Switzerland

  • Vol 4, No 3 - Sport Medicine, Nutrition & Health
    Skin-fold thickness and race performance in male mountain ultra-marathoners
    Abstract  PDF (66,13 KB)
  • Vol 5, No 1 - Sport Medicine, Nutrition & Health
    Does a multi-stage ultra-endurance run cause de- or hyper hydration?
    Abstract  PDF (425,26 KB)
  • Vol 6, No 1 - Biomechanics
    Does a 24-hour ultra-swim lead to dehydration?
    Abstract  PDF (252,09 KB)
  • Vol 6, No 1 - Sport Medicine, Nutrition & Health
    No association of skin-fold thicknesses and training with race performance in male ultra-endurance runners in a 24-hour run
    Abstract  PDF (283,24 KB)
  • Vol 7, No 4 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    The aspect of nationality and performance in a mountain ultra-marathon: The ‘Swiss Alpine Marathon’
    Abstract  PDF (1,33 MB)
  • Vol 8, No 4 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    Performance of Kenyan athletes in mountain versus flat marathon running: An example in Switzerland
    Abstract  PDF ( 357,37 KB)
  • Vol 8, No 4 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    Participation and performance trends in 6-hour ultra-marathoners: A retrospective data analysis of worldwide participation from 1991-2010
    Abstract  PDF (1,02 MB)
  • Vol 8, No 4 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    12-hour ultra-marathons: Increasing worldwide participation and dominance of Europeans
    Abstract  PDF (979,25 KB)
  • Vol 8, No 4 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    Age of peak swim speed and sex difference in performance in medley and freestyle swimming: A comparison between 200 m and 400 m in Swiss elite swimmers
    Abstract  PDF (284,05 KB)
  • Vol 8, No 4 - Articles
    Wheelchair half-marathon and marathon performance: The ‘Oita International Wheelchair Marathon’ 1983-2011
    Abstract  PDF (312,05 KB)
  • Vol 9, No 2 - Performance Analysis of Sport
    Participation and performance trends in 161km ultra-marathons in terms of nationality: A retrospective data analysis of worldwide participation from 1998-2011
    Abstract  PDF (1,15 MB)