Movement Science department visits Science and Cycling

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The institute of sport science was well represented on the conference of Science and Cycling in Düsseldorf-Mettmann at June the 28th and 29th. Cassandra Kraaijenbrink presented part of her phd study in an oral presentation with the title: Effects of gear, imposed resistance and crank mode on the mechanical efficiency and physiological parameters during sub-maximal handcycling in healthy men. The Bachelor of Science student, Lena Fennen also presented the work she did during her semester abroad at the University of Greenwich. With the support of her supervisor Bettina Karsten, she held an oral presentation with the title Relation between Critical Power and Functional Threshold Power.