Want to stay up to date on the latest press releases and news about studies in the running, cycling and triathlon industries? Scroll below to view all endurance sport studies.
May 13, 2022
The Trail Ultra Project: Have Your Say in the Story of North American and British Off-Road Endurance Running
The off-road running communities of Britain and North America might be separated by thousands of miles, many time zones, and the great Atlantic Ocean, but they share a lot of common ground. The recently launched Trail Ultra Project aims to provide a comprehensive account of the rapidly growing sports of...
May 6, 2022
Scientists are doing experiments to see whether sensors might be added to wearables to tell us even more about our health based on gases released by our skin. WebMD
May 5, 2022
May 5, 2022 - Moorestown, NJ /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ - RunSignup, the leading registration provider for U.S. endurance events, provides an YTD industry update. The company, itself, has experienced strong growth in registrations and new events being added to its platform. However, year-to-date data on a per race basis has revealed...
May 4, 2022
A new study from the American College of Cardiology suggests that regular exercise can decrease the likelihood of heart complications by 22 per cent in individuals with anxiety and depression, compared to 10 per cent in those who don’t. Put simply, exercise seems to have stronger benefits for the heart...
May 2, 2022
New research has found that around seven hours of sleep is the ideal night's rest, with insufficient and excessive sleep associated with a reduced ability to pay attention, remember and learn new things, solve problems and make decisions. CNN
May 2, 2022
(May 2, 2022) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ - Running USA, the non-profit trade organization for the sport of running, has relaunched its popular runner sentiment survey for 2022. Running events and businesses serving the endurance space are encouraged to share the survey for the widest possible response. The 2022 survey edition will...
April 28, 2022
Science in Sport set to disrupt the world of endurance fuelling with groundbreaking new scientific study
/ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Science in Sport’s Beta Fuel range is leading a revolution in endurance fuelling, having famously powered Chris Froome’s sensational 80km solo ride on Stage 19 of the 2018 Giro D’Italia - widely believed to be the elite athlete’s greatest ever feat on a bike. And now, Science...
April 23, 2022
A team of Spanish researchers coordinated by David Barranco-Gil of the Universidad Europea de Madrid pooled eight years of data from 74 world-class cyclists (48 men and 26 women) and asked a simple question: how does air temperature affect performance? The answers offer some useful insights about the differences between...
April 22, 2022
/ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – The Council for Responsible Sport, a nonprofit organization that envisions a world where responsibly produced sports events are the norm, predicts that mass participation races will soon lead the way in sports event sustainability, anticipating that 80% of the thousands of races held annually across the globe...
April 21, 2022
As much as we can prepare physically for races, if we don’t bring our mental A-game, things can go south quickly. Luckily, there are some tried-and-true techniques we can incorporate into our daily training to build mental strength. In his latest book, Chatter, award-winning author, psychologist and neuroscientist Dr. Ethan Kross...
April 19, 2022
In 2009, New York Times writer Gretchen Reynolds discovered something big: Readers loved to click on stories about tiny increments of exercise. That June, Reynolds wrote her first story about single-digit high-intensity interval training, or HIIT. The piece, titled “Can You Get Fit in Six Minutes a Week?,” described a study...
April 18, 2022
You can’t run fast without using your arms—or can you? Scientists have had a hard time agreeing on exactly why we swing our arms, and whether there are specific ways we can use our arms to speed ourselves up. The latest addition to a century’s worth of often conflicting research...