Young Investigators Award

ORAL

1st place
Chiel Poffé
Abstract title: INTERMITTENT EXOGENOUS KETOSIS FACILITATES THE REHABILITATION OF MUSCLE DISUSE ATROPHY
Country: Belgium
Affiliation: KU Leuven

2nd place
Maarten Overkamp
Abstract title: RESISTANCE-TYPE EXERCISE TRAINING COUNTERACTS THE IMPACT OF ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION THERAPY ON MUSCLE FIBRE CHARACTERISTICS IN PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS
Country: Netherlands
Affiliation: Maastricht University

3rd place
Sven Egger
Abstract title: SHORT-TERM BALANCE CONSOLIDATION RELIES ON THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX (M1): A RTMS STUDY
Country: Switzerland
Affiliation: University of Fribourg

4th place
Erin Calaine Inglis
Abstract title: THE EFFECT OF DOMAIN-SPECIFIC EXERCISE INTENSITY PRESCRIPTION ON MAXIMAL AEROBIC CAPACITY IN YOUNG HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Country: Canada
Affiliation: University of Calgary

Equal 5th place
Alessio Marciano
Abstract title: MENTAL FATIGUE REDUCES TIME TO EXHAUSTION IRRESPECTIVELY FROM EXERCISE INTENSITY|
Country: Italy
Affiliation: University of Pavia

Raffaele Mazzolari
Abstract title: CARDIORESPIRATORY ADAPTATIONS AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT IN RESPONSE TO HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING IN DISTANCE RUNNERS: PHYSIOLOGICAL VS RACE PACE APPROACH
Country: Spain
Affiliation: University of the Basque Country

Ine Nieste
Abstract title: REPLACING SITTING WITH LIGHT-INTENSITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT THE DAY VERSUS 1 BOUT OF VIGOROUS-INTENSITY EXERCISE: SIMILAR CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH EFFECTS IN MS
Country: Belgium
Affiliation: Hasselt University

George Pavis
Abstract title: SHORT-TERM MUSCLE DISUSE DOES NOT AFFECT MUSCLE PROTEIN FRACTIONAL BREAKDOWN RATES UNDER FASTED OR FED CONDITIONS
Country: United Kingdom
Affiliation: University of Exeter

Fabio Sarto
Abstract title: CHANGES IN NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION TRANSMISSION STABILITY, MOTOR UNIT PROPERTIES AND RELATED GENE EXPRESSION WITH SHORT-TERM UNLOADING AND RETRAINING
Country: Italy
Affiliation: University of Padova

Giacomo Valli
Abstract title: DEGENERATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL IN HUMANS IS DETECTABLE AFTER 10 DAYS OF LIMB SUSPENSION AND IS COMPLETELY RECOVERED AFTER A 21 DAYS TRAINING INTERVENTION
Country: Italy
Affiliation: University of Padova

POSTER

1st place
Thorben Aussieker
Abstract title: COLLAGEN AND WHEY PROTEIN INGESTION DO NOT INCREASE MUSCLE CONNECTIVE TISSUE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES DURING RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE IN MALE AND FEMALE RECREATIONAL ATHLETES
Country: Germany
Affiliation: Maastricht University

2nd place
Bas Van Hooren
Abstract title: ESTIMATION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN PROFESSIONAL CYCLISTS USING POWER DATA: VALIDATION AGAINST DOUBLY-LABELLED WATER
Country: Netherlands
Affiliation: Maastricht University

3rd place
Maria Venegas-Carro
Abstract title: JUMPING VS. RUNNING: EFFECTS OF EXERCISE MODALITY IN A SIX-WEEK HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING ON AEROBIC CAPACITY AND NEUROMUSCULAR PERFORMANCE
Country: Germany
Affiliation: University of Konstanz

4th place
Raki Kawama
Abstract title: PASSIVE MUSCLE STIFFNESS IS ACUTELY DECREASED BY ECCENTRIC EXERCISE AT LONG MUSCLE LENGTHS WITH A LONG DURATION
Country: Japan
Affiliation: University of Tsukuba

GSSI Sports Nutrition Award

1st place
Devin McCarthy
Abstract title: EFFECT OF ACUTE KETONE BODY SUPPLEMENTATION ON CARDIORESPIRATORY EXERCISE RESPONSES
AND THE INFLUENCE OF BLOOD ACIDOSIS: A RANDOMIZED, CROSSOVER TRIAL
Country: Canada
Affiliation: McMaster University

2nd place
Stefan Kadach
Abstract title: UPTAKE AND UTILIZATION OF 15N-LABELLED DIETARY NITRATE BY SKELETAL MUSCLE
Country: United Kingdom
Affiliation: University of Exeter

3rd place
Samantha Rowland
Abstract title: EFFECT OF ACUTE DIETARY NITRATE SUPPLEMENTATION ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN WOMEN USING ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS
Country: United Kingdom
Affiliation: Loughborough University

Joint 4th place
Ino Van Der Heijden
Abstract title: A HIGH-PROTEIN VEGAN DIET IMPROVES BLOOD-BORNE INDICES OF CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH BUT DOES NOT ALTER MICRONUTRIENT STATUS COMPARED WITH AN ISONITROGENOUS OMNIVOROUS DIET DURING RESISTANCE TRAINING
Country: United Kingdom
Affiliation: University of Exeter

Glenn Van Lieshout
Abstract title: PRE-SLEEP PROTEIN INGESTION STIMULATES MITOCHONDRIAL PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES DURING POSTEXERCISE OVERNIGHT RECOVERY
Country: Netherlands
Affiliation: Maastricht University Medical Centre

EJSS Best Paper Award

Laurent Malisoux
Abstract title: Effect of shoe cushioning on landing impact forces and spatiotemporal parameters during running: results from a randomized trial including 800+ recreational runners
Country: Luxemburg
Affiliation: Luxembourg Institute of Health

Kevin Tipton Travel Grant Award

Anika Pretorius
Country: South Africa
Affiliation: Stellenbosch University

Charles Urwin
Country: Australia
Affiliation: Deakin University

Karen Mackay
Country: Australia
Affiliation: Queensland University of Technology

Merve Nur Uçak
Country: Turkey
Affiliation: Hacettepe University

ECSS Travel Grant

Wale Olaosebikan
Country: Nigeria
Affiliation: Joseph Ayo Babalola University

Saqib Javaid
Country: Pakistan
Affiliation: University of Ulster

Mahdieh Seraji
Country: Iran
Affiliation: Allameh Tabatabai University

Bengt Saltin Run

Male

1st: Furukawa Hiroaki 00:14:12
Country: Japan
Affiliation: University of Tokyo

2nd: Bas van Hooren 00:14:29
Country: Netherlands
Affiliation: Maastricht University

3rd: Suzuki Jota 00:15:02
Country: Japan
Affiliation: Shinshu University

Female

1st: Kerry McGawley 00:19:23
Country: Sweden
Affiliation: Mid Sweden University

2nd: Elise Lander 00:20:04
Country: Norway
Affiliation: Norwegian School of Sport Science

3rd: Kim van Vossel 00:20:10
Country: Belgium
Affiliation: Ghent University

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