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A Prospective Study on Time to Recovery in 254 Injured Novice Runners

Objectives Describe the diagnoses and the time to recovery of running-related injuries in novice runners. Design Prospective cohort study on injured runners. Method This paper is a secondary data analysis of a 933-person cohort study (DANO-RUN) aimed at characterizing risk factors for injury in novice runners. Among those sustaining running-related injuries, the types of injuries...

Design of ProjectRun21: a 14-week prospective cohort study of the influence of running experience and running pace on running-related injury in half-marathoners

Background Participation in half-marathon has been steeply increasing during the past decade. In line, a vast number of half-marathon running schedules has surfaced. Unfortunately, the injury incidence proportion for half-marathoners has been found to exceed 30% during 1-year follow-up. The majority of running-related injuries are suggested to develop as overuse injuries, which...

Diagnoses and time to recovery among injured recreational runners in the RUN CLEVER trial

publish, or preparation of the manuscript. 9 / 11 Author Contributions Conceptualization: Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen, Daniel Ramskov. Data curation: Benjamin Mulvad, Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen, Martin ... Lind, Daniel Ramskov. Formal analysis: Benjamin Mulvad, Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen. Funding acquisition: Daniel Ramskov. Investigation: Martin Lind. Methodology: Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen. Project

Incidence of Running-Related Injuries Per 1000 h of running in Different Types of Runners: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

this review. Solvej Videbaek, Andreas Moeballe Bueno, Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen and Sten Rasmussen have no potential conflicts of interest that are directly relevant to the content of this review. Open

Predictors of Running-Related Injuries Among 930 Novice Runners: A 1-Year Prospective Follow-up Study

0 MD Investigation performed at the Department of Public Health, Section of Sport Science, Aarhus University , Denmark 1 PhD, and Sten Rasmussen 2 Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen 3 PhD, Henrik Srensen 4