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Bailey, D. M., Davies, B., & Baker, J. 2000, "Training in hypoxia: modulation of metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors in men", Med Sci Sports Exerc, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 1058-1066.

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Benoit, H., Germain, M., Barthelemy, J. C., Denis, C., Castells, J., Dormois, D., Lacour, J. R., & Geyssant, A. 1992, "Pre-acclimatization to high altitude using exercise with normobaric hypoxic gas mixtures", Int.J Sports Med, vol. 13 Suppl 1, p. S213-S216.

Berglund, B. 1992, "High-altitude training. Aspects of haematological adaptation", Sports Med, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 289-303.

Berglund, B., Gennser, M., Ornhagen, H., Ostberg, C. and Wide, L. (2002) "Erythropoietin concentrations during 10 days of normobaric hypoxia under controlled environmental circumstances", Acta Physiololgica Scandanavia, 174(3), pp. 225 - 9

Bernardi, L. & Burtscher, M., (2001) "Interval hypoxia training". The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

Boning, D. 1997, "Altitude and hypoxia training--a short review", Int.J Sports Med, vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 565-570.

Burtscher, M., Pachinger, O., Ehrenbourg, I., Schobersberger, W., Mitterbauer, G., Tkatchouk, E., Bleimfelder, M., & Puhringer, G., (2001) "Normobaric interval hypoxia increases exercise tolerance in patients with CAD". The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

Casas, M., Casas, H., Pages, T., Rama, R., Ricart, A., Ventura, J. L., Ibanez, J., Rodriguez, F. A., & Viscor, G. 2000, "Intermittent hypobaric hypoxia induces altitude acclimation and improves the lactate threshold", Aviat.Space Environ.Med, vol. 71, no. 2, pp. 125-130.

Dick, F. W. 1992, "Training at altitude in practice", Int.J Sports Med, vol. 13 Suppl 1, p. S203-S206.

Fulco, C.S., Rock, P.B. and Cymerman, A. (2000) Improving athletic performance: is altitude residence or altitude training helpful? Aviat Space Environ Med, 71, pp. 162 - 71

Hahn, A. G. & Gore, C. J. 2001, "The effect of altitude on cycling performance: a challenge to traditional concepts", Sports Med, vol. 31, no. 7, pp. 533-557.

Hoppeler, H., (2001) "Counterpoint: Exercise in hypoxia induces specific adaptations in skeletal muscle tissue". The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

Ingjer, F. and Myhre, K. (1992) Physiological effects of altitude training on elite male cross-country skiers. Journal of Sports Sciences, 10, pp. 37 - 47

Kolb, J., Norris, S., Smith, D., Henderson, J. and Hillis, F. (2001) Intermittent normobaric hypoxia enhances acclimation, The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

Koistinen, P.O., Rusko, H., Irjala, K., Rajamaki, A., Penttinen, K., Sarparanta, V-P., Karpakka, J. and Leppaluoto, J. (2000) "EPO, red cells, and serum transferring receptor in continuous and intermittent hypoxia", Med Sci Sports Exercise, 32(4), pp. 800 - 804

Levine, B.D. and Stray-Gundersen, J. (1997) " Living high and training low": effect of moderate altitude acclimatisation with low-altitude training on performance. Journal of Applied Physiology, 83(1), pp. 102 - 112

Maekawa, T., Omura, Y., Ohira, Y., & Yamamoto, M., (2001) "Effect of pre-acclimatisation training by exposure to normobaric hypoxia in middle-aged climbers aiming at Himalayan 8000m peak; part 2". The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

Nummela, A. & Rusko, H. 2000, "Acclimatization to altitude and normoxic training improve 400-m running performance at sea level", J Sports Sci, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 411-419.

Rodriguez, F. A., Casas, H., Casas, M., Pages, T., Rama, R., Ricart, A., Ventura, J. L., Ibanez, J., & Viscor, G. 1999, "Intermittent hypobaric hypoxia stimulates erythropoiesis and improves aerobic capacity", Med Sci Sports Exerc, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 264-268.

Stray-Gundersen, J. and Levine, B.D. (1999) "Living high and training low" can improve sea level performance in endurance athletes. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 33, pp. 150 - 154

Terrados, N. 1992, "Altitude training and muscular metabolism", Int.J Sports Med, vol. 13 Suppl 1, p. S206-S209.

Wilber, R. L. 2001, "Current trends in altitude training", Sports Med, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 249-265.

Wolski, L. A., McKenzie, D. C., & Wenger, H. A. 1996, "Altitude training for improvements in sea level performance. Is the scientific evidence of benefit?", Sports Med, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 251-263.

Yamomoto, M., Omura, Y., Maekawa, T., & Ohira, Y., (2001) "Effect of pre-acclimatisation training by exposure to normobaric hypoxia in middle aged climbers aiming Himalayan 8000m peak; part 1". The 12th International Hypoxia Symposium, From Genes to the Bedside, 10 - 14 March 2001, Alberta, Canada

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