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
We are very proud that Shaikh Abdullah accepted the 2014 yearbook as this publication reflects all the activities that have been staged to enhance Purebred Arabian racing and endurance sport, all of which are part of the UAE's heritage," Sawaya said.
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.
Adventure racing is a tough endurance sport in which teams of four navigate a pre-designated course over multiple days using various self-propelled forms of travel; mountain biking, running/trekking and kayaking.
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.
found that lone AF had been diagnosed in 5% of middle-aged Finnish men who were elite-level, long-time participants in orienteering--a demanding endurance sport popular in Finland--compared with just 1% of 212 male controls.
Erdinger Alkoholfrei, Erdinger's nonalcoholic beer, sponsors several of these outstanding athletes, forming the ideal partnership between the world's most demanding endurance sport and our revitalizing alcohol-free thirst-quencher," said Werner Brombach, founder and chairman of the Erdinger Brewery.
The Marlow hero won his first gold in Los Angeles in 1984 and achieved an Olympic feat unrivalled in endurance sport - only Aladar Gerevich, with six successive golds in the Hungarian sabre team early last century, has achieved more.