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Research Article

Cardiac Output and Performance during a Marathon Race in Middle-Aged Recreational Runners

Table 1

The subjects’ characteristics and values during the incremental test.

RunnerCharacteristicsValues during the incremental test
AgeBMISVmaxHRmaxCOmaxvLTvSVmaxvpeak

12718.314718925.6121115
23024.018019126.1101114
33924.218220026.7111215
43623.317419228.0141517
53921.619718933.7151418
63622.517919929.9121115
73420.816318725.5151317
83723.219819035.4131317
94522.118517923.3121316
104721.016619027.4151319
113323.417518129.5121516
123623.618018722.6121216
133524.618018627.4111216
144620.816318024.3121214

Mean3722.417618927.5131316
SD 6 1.7 14 6 3.7 2 1 1

Age (yrs); BMI: body mass index; SVmax: maximal stroke volume (mL); HRmax: maximal heart rate (beats·min−1); COmax: maximal cardiac output (L·min−1); vLT: speed at the lactate threshold (km·h−1); vSVmax: speed at the maximal stroke volume (km·h−1); vpeak: maximal speed (km·h−1).

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