A sports activity by individual—i.e., non team—athletes in which key muscles are exercised at submaximal intensity for prolonged periods of time Examples Swimming, wrestling, weightlifting, cycling, cross-country skiing, race walking
HH Shaikh Faisal said that the opening of a special studio at the Bahrain Endurance Village represented a quantum leap in the history of endurance sport in the kingdom, as it hosted BREEF officials, organising committee members, trainers and riders to talk about the prestigious event, which, he noted, increased the level of excitement and competition, on the one hand, and contributed to promoting the endurance sport culture, on the other.
Our spirit is high and our aim is to bag more medals in order to highlight the prosperous era of His Majesty as well as to confirm our status among the world's best in endurance sport," said Shaikh Nasser.
2000: Steve Redgrave, at the age of 38, became the greatest Olympian in an endurance sport with a fifth consecutive gold medal as he led Great Britain's coxless four crew to victory at the Sydney Olympics.
Washington, April 3 ( ANI ): Researchers have revealed that in addition to keeping muscles fit, endurance sport also improves the neuronal connections to the muscle fibers based on a muscle-induced feedback.