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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 181 - Injuries among World Cup athletes in the Nordic disciplines
    the injury risk and pattern to World Cup ski jumpers Nordic combined athletes and cross country skiers Method Retrospective interviews with FIS World Cup athletes from nine selected nations were conducted towards the season endings of the 2006 07 and 2007 08 seasons in ski jumping cross country skiing and Nordic combined The Europe Cup is the highest level for ski jumping women and we performed the interviews here towards

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/181---Injuries-among-World-Cup-athletes-in-the-Nordic-disciplines/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 182 - Injuries among World Cup ski and snowboard athletes
    the injury risk and pattern to World Cup alpine skiers freestyle skiers snowboarders ski jumpers Nordic combined athletes and cross country skiers Method Retrospective interviews with FIS World Cup athletes from selected nations were conducted during the 2006 07 and 2007 08 winter seasons in the different disciplines of alpine skiing freestyle skiing snowboarding ski jumping Nordic combined and cross country skiing The interviews were done at one of the

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/182---Injuries-among-World-Cup-ski-and-snowboard-athletes-/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 180 - Injuries among male and female World Cup alpine skiers
    recreational skiers has been well documented based on prospective injury recording systems there is almost no data published on the injury pattern and injury risk for competitive alpine skiers Recent data on professional skiers competing in diverse disciplines from downhill to slalom is limited to two single event studies The aim of this study has therefore been to describe the risk of injury and the injury pattern among male and female competitive World Cup alpine skiers during the competitive season Methods We performed retrospective interviews with all World Cup alpine skiers from 10 nations at the end of the 2006 07 and 2007 08 winter seasons and recorded all acute injuries occurring during the 4 5 month competitive season If an athlete was not present we interviewed their coaches or medical personnel We outlined the interview form as a week by week schedule of the World Cup season to make it easy for the athletes to remember back If an injury was recorded information regarding the injured body part the injury type severity and a specific diagnosis were collected This project is part of the FIS Injury Surveillance System This study will increase our knowledge of injuries to World Cup

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 179 - Injuries among World Cup freestyle skiers
    has therefore been to describe in detail the risk of injury and the injury pattern among male and female competitive World Cup freestyle skiers Methods We performed retrospective interviews with all World Cup freestyle skiers from selected nations at the end of the 2006 07 2007 08 and 2008 09 winter seasons and recorded all acute injuries occurring during the competitive season If the athlete was not present we interviewed

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 136 - The FIS Injury Surveillance System
    risk of injuries among the top level athletes in the future As a first step we also need to check whether the data recorded by the FIS ISS is complete and accurate For this reason two validation projects will be run in parallel during the 2006 2007 winter season Methods FIS Injury Surveillance System If an injury occurs during official training or competition at a FIS race and requires attention by medical personnel an injury report should be completed The FIS technical delegates are responsible for collecting the injury reports but will enlist the help of medically trained individuals normally the race doctor to complete the medical information on the form The injury report contains information about the event personal information type of injury body part injured severity of the injury injury circumstances course and weather conditions and whether a video is available from the accident The injury reports will be collected from all FIS races although the main focus during the 2006 2007 season will be on the World Cup level Here injury reports should be faxed or e mailed to the FIS administration within 3 days for other levels it can be sent by regular mail with the other TD reports Validation studies To validate the completeness and accuracy of the data collected by the FIS ISS two additional studies will be done independently Participation in these validation studies is voluntary and a written consent will be collected from the athletes prior to the start of the studies The first study is a prospective registration of all injuries that happen to athletes from six selected FIS World Cup teams Canada Finland France Germany Switzerland and Norway during the 2006 2007 winter season The team physicians and physical therapists for the World Cup teams in each discipline for these

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/136---The-FIS-Injury-Surveillance-System-/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 183 - Knee joint kinematics in non-contact ACL injury situations from female team handball and basketball
    date 2010 Print Descriptions Understanding the mechanisms for non contact ACL injury is a matter of controversy and several theories have been proposed principally the quadriceps drawer hypothesis where the quadriceps muscle generates anterior shear forces on the tibia due to the patellar tendon angle internal tibial rotation on a relatively straight leg knee valgus with internal rotation knee valgus with external rotation which may involve impingement of the ACL against the intercondylar notch and tibiofemoral compression loading A precise description of the injury mechanism is critical to be able to effectively target intervention programs to prevent ACL injuries Video analysis of injury tapes is the only method available to extract biomechanical information on the mechanism The objective of this project is to describe knee joint kinematics in actual ACL injury situations using a model based image matching technique MBIM we have developed Methods Ten video sequences with at least two views angles of ACL injuries from women s handball n 7 and basketball n 3 were analyzed using MBIM based on the animation program Poser Computer models of the background were modeled and matched to the video image A skeleton model with 57 degrees of freedom was adapted individually

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/183---Knee-joint-kinematics-in-non-contact-ACL-injury-situations-from-female-team-handball-and-basketball/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 158 - Injuries in football referees
    cover a mean distance of 11 5 km range 9 14 16 17 of this distance is performed at high intensity while sprinting may account for up to 12 of total match distance Therefore a referee should be prepared for performing at high intensity when needed throughout the match Elite referees may perform up to 1270 activity changes and undertake more than 130 decisions during a game this indicates the high level of physiological and cognitive demands experienced by the referee One cannot obviously compare football players with referees even in respect to injury But considering the imposed demands the referee is also exposed to a certain risk of injury during his game activities Several epidemiological studies have focused on the football player whereas there is a lack of knowledge on the injury profile of the football referee There is no peer reviewed publication on the injury profile of the football referee The main goals of the project were to analyze the injury profile of high level and low level football referees and to analyze the incidence of acute and the prevalence of overuse injuries in football referees The following studies were realised Study 1 Design retrospective cross sectional study Study group All Swiss elite referees and assistant referees 71 of the Swiss Super and Challenge League were enrolled in the study Spring 2006 Measurements The referees answered a specific questionnaire concerning their experience in refereeing medical history previous injuries and current musculoskeletal complaints In addition they were interviewed by the investigator in order to establish or confirm potential diagnosis Study 2 Design retrospective cross sectional study Study group A representative group ca 500 of all registered Swiss referees 4600 at all levels of play data from The Swiss Football Association were surveyed Summer 2006 Measurements The referees answered a

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/Injuries-in-football-referees/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 154 - Association between psychological factors and injuries in young female football players
    for injury At baseline female football players 14 16 years were asked to complete a detailed questionnaire covering player history previous injuries perception of success and motivational climate life stress anxiety and coping strategies During the 2005 season a total of 1 430 players were followed up to record injuries A history of a previous injury OR 1 9 1 4 2 5 P 001 increased the risk of a

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/150---Association-between-psychological-factors-and-injuries-in-young-female-football-players/ (2015-09-15)
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