The 2006 World Congress on the Science and Medicine of the Marathon
An Overview of the 1976 New York Academy of Science Meeting
The History of the Marathon
The Evolution of Marathon Running
Marathon Medical Support Historical Perspectives
American Women in the Marathon
Can Children and Adolescents Run Marathons?
Marathon Runners
Physiological Regulation of Marathon Performance
Thermoregulatory Function During the Marathon
Running Economy
Marathon Performance in Thermally Stressing Conditions
Strategies for Optimising Marathon Performance in the Heat
Metabolic Adaptations to Marathon Training and Racing
Regulation of Substrate Use During the Marathon
Protein Metabolism and Endurance Exercise
Lactate
Nutrition Strategies for the Marathon
Low Energy Availability in the Marathon and Other Endurance Sports
Fluid Replacement and Performance During the Marathon
The Role of Salt and Glucose Replacement Drinks in the Marathon
Exertional Rhabdomyolysis and Acute Renal Failure in Marathon Runners
Muscle Cramping in the Marathon
The Role of Sodium in ‘Heat Cramping’
Hyperthermia Impairs Brain, Heart and Muscle Function in Exercising Humans
The Central Governor Model of Exercise Regulation Applied to the Marathon
Heat Exhaustion and Dehydration as Causes of Marathon Collapse
Reduced Peripheral Resistance and Other Factors in Marathon Collapse
History and Prevalence of Doping in the Marathon
Blood Doping
Altitude Training for the Marathon
Heat and Cold
Heat and Cold
The Psychology of the Marathoner
Monitoring and Titrating Symptoms
Marathon Training and Immune Function
Strategies to Enhance Immune Function for Marathon Runners
Biomechanical Factors Contributing to Marathon Race Success
Genotypes and Distance Running
Marathon Race Medical Administration
Exercise-Associated Collapse Care Matrix in the Marathon
Intravenous Fluids Post Marathon
Epidemiology and Aetiology of Marathon Running Injuries
Exertional Heat Stroke in the Marathon
Cardiovascular Adaptations to Marathon Running
Marathon Cardiac Deaths
Hyponatraemia
Renal Function and Vasopressin During Marathon Running
Hypertonic (3%) Sodium Chloride for Emergent Treatment of Exercise-Associated Hypotonic Encephalopathy
Hydration in the Marathon