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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 156 - Prevalence of health problems in Norwegian female biathlon athletes.
    factors and analyze the correlation between injuries health problems and variables such as training history age body size and socio demographic status Biathlon has increased its popularity in Norway and internationally thru the last 20 years Biathlon has traditionally been a male sport but the number of international female biathlon athletes is growing in Norway the numbers of female biathlon athletes has increased by 33 the last four seasons The Norwegian Biathlon Federation NSSF sports medicine team is facing some health and injury problems among both male and female athletes Biathlon has become more demanding for most of the athletes with significant increases in number of races and total and daily numbers of kilometres raced This situation may result in increasing training loads higher demands for recovery and nutrition and may lead to an increased risk for injuries fatigue overuse problems and stress Biathlon is an endurance sport with witch requires high training loads and intensity sufficient strength and technique and adequate nutrition intake Few studies regarding potential health problems in female biathlon athletes exist It is important to identify possible health problems and injury mechanisms to prevent negative health outcome Subjects included are all female biathlon athletes from 16

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/Prevalence-of-health-problems-in-Norwegian-female-biathlon-athletes/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 89 - Risk factors for overuse shoulder injuries among elite male handball players
    pain in the preceding twelve months However there is currently little information on the extent of the problem among male players Furthermore we currently lack knowledge on risk factors for the development of shoulder injuries in handball and this is essential information in developing effective injury prevention strategies Studies from other throwing sports such as baseball indicate that the strength and flexibility of the rotator cuff muscles the stability of the scapula and the amount of throwing that players perform may be important factors influencing injury risk however the extent to which this applies to handball remains unknown Aims To record the extent of overuse shoulder injuries among male players in the Norwegian elite series To determine the influence of shoulder strength shoulder flexibility neuromuscular control and throwing volume on injury risk Method We visited all teams in the Norwegian elite series for men prior to the start of the 2011 12 season and tested players shoulder strength flexibility and neuromuscular control A total of 206 players were included in the project Shoulder injuries were recorded throughout the season using a new method for the registration of overuse injuries that has been developed at OSTRC In addition in order to

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/89---Risk-factors-for-overuse-shoulder-injuries-among-elite-male-handball-players/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 098 - Injury rate and pattern in FIS WC snowboard
    injury rate and injury pattern in FIS WC snowboard for men and women Method Retrospective interviews were performed at the end of each season in the period 2007 2012 We recorded the injuries that happened during the competitive season through the FIS Injury Surveillance System through a standardized interview form and an injury form if the athlete reported an injury If the athletes were not present the trainer or medical

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/098---Injury-rate-and-pattern-in-FIS-WC-snowboard-/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 103 - Prevalence of eating disorders among adolescent elite athletes
    1 which will be followed by a clinical interview Eating Disorder Examination phase 2 Included in the project will be first year students from the Norwegian Elite Sport High Schools as well as from 2 randomly selected secondary schools Students who report symptoms associated with eating disorders will be classified as students at risk for eating disorders In the 2nd phase all students at risk as well as a random

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/103---Prevalence-of-eating-disorders-among-adolescent-elite-athletes/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 90 - Injury and illness surveillance in the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Team
    seriously affect athletes chances of qualification and their subsequent success at the games Aims To establish a system of illness and injury surveillance for Norwegian Olympic candidates that ensures rapid follow up from their medical team and collects data on this group to help develop prevention strategies Method We have developed a new method of monitoring overuse problems in sport that has been adapted to include all types of injury

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/90---Injury-and-illness-surveillance-in-the-Norwegian-Olympic-and-Paralympic-Team/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 111 - Effect of 11+ on performance and injury risk
    in youth sports through neuromuscular warm up training routines has consistently been demonstrated However there is a paucity of information regarding the quantity and quality of coach led injury prevention programs and its impact on the physical performance of players The aim of this cluster randomized controlled trial is to assess whether different delivery methods of an injury prevention program FIFA 11 to coaches could improve player performance and to examine the effect of player adherence on performance and injury risk Method During the 2011 football season May August coaches of 31 Tier 1 3 level teams will be introduced to the 11 through either an unsupervised website or a coach focused workshop with and without additional on field supervisions Playing exposure adherence to the 11 and injuries will be recorded for female 13 18 year old players Performance testing include the Star Excursion Balance Test SEBT single leg balance triple hop and jumping over a bar tests Perspective Sport specific performance is often synonymous with winning Several neuromuscular injury prevention warm up programs including the 11 have been shown to be highly successful in reducing injury risk among young team sport athletes However implementation of the best practice to

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/111---Effect-of-11-on-performance-and-injury-risk/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 222 - Different delivery methods of the 11+ injury prevention program
    benefit Research objectives Do different delivery strategies of the 11 program influence the team and player compliance coach and player attitudes and knowledge of injury prevention and player performance in youth soccer Outcome measurements The primary outcome of interest is coach and player compliance to the 11 program coaches and players knowledge attitudes and beliefs to and satisfaction with the 11 program Methods A total of 400 female soccer players 14 to 18 yrs from 30 teams are cluster randomized to 3 groups where 1 coaches are only provided with online access to the 11 injury prevention program control group 2 coaches are provided with one pre season 11 workshop by physiotherapists in addition to having access to the 11 website and personal contact with the research group coach focused delivery and 3 coaches are provided with one pre season 11 workshop and players and coaches are followed up weekly on field in addition to the other mentioned rescources player focused delivery Individual player exposure adherence to the 11 program and injuries will be followed up weekly Compliance will be based on the number of sessions each team completes with the 11 program out of the total amount of sessions possible as well as the time spent on the program and the program components completed by each team In addition all players will be asked to participate in a pre and post season assessments examining functional balance and jumping abilities Clinical implications There are no well designed studies evaluating the effect of different delivery strategies on the compliance with an injury prevention program in youth soccer Preliminary results from this project investigated by an international research group with a broad experience in injury prevention and knowledge translation will give us a better understanding of the impact of different delivery methods

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/222---Different-delivery-methods-of-the-11-injury-prevention-program/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - 209 - Injury incidence in qualification runs versus final runs in FIS World Cup snowboard cross and ski cross
    up to 7 million snowboarders worldwide Studies have suggested that the risk of injury in snowboarding and freestyle is especially high among competitive snowboarders at elite level The FIS Injury Surveillance System established at Oslo Sport Trauma Research Center 2006 has reported that the injury incidence among World Cup snowboarders and freestyle athletes is alarmingly high One in three riders sustains an injury per season Over 30 of the injuries are serious injuries leading to long term absence from training and competition and unfortunately in some cases career ending The injury pattern is dominated by knee and head injuries and the most frequent types of injuries are joint and ligament injuries To reduce the risk of injury among World Cup snowboarders and fresstyle atheletes we have to know why and how injuries occur Little is known about the injury risk and the specific injury mechanisms associated with high level snowboarding and freestule riding To date limited scientific documentation is available The aim of this study is therefore to describe in detail injury situations and mechanisms of injury in World Cup snowboarding and freestyle Methods Injuries were recorded by the FIS injury surveillance system FIS ISS through retrospective athlete interviews at

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/Project/209---Video-analysis-of-snowboard-injuries/ (2015-09-15)
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