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Bowtell, M V and Tan, H and Wilson, A M (2009) The consistency of maximum running speed measurements in humans using a feedback-controlled treadmill, and a comparison with maximum attainable speed during overground locomotion. JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS, 42 (15). pp. 2569-2574.

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Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Bowtell, M V and Wilson, A M (2009) DOES RUNNING DOWNHILL AFFECT MAXIMUM SPEED? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Bowtell, M V and Tan, H and Wilson, A M (2009) EFFECT OF VARYING WEIGHT AND INERTIA ON MAXIMUM ATTAINABLE RUNNING SPEED IN HUMANS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Bowtell, M V and Tan, H and Wilson, A M (2009) INCREASED WHOLE BODY INERTIA DECREASES MAXIMUM ATTAINABLE RUNNING SPEED IN HUMANS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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