Heart rate responses of women aged 23–67 years during competitive orienteering

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Bird, S ; George, M ; Balmer, J ; Davison, R (2003)

Objectives: To compare the heart rate responses of women orienteers of different standards and to assess any relation between heart rate responses and age.
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