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Do periods affect sporting performance?

 
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MessagePosté le: Ven 17 Nov - 11:36 (2017)    Sujet du message: Do periods affect sporting performance? Répondre en citant

Hello,
Amelia Earhart is flying solo across the Pacific Ocean when something horrific happens. The American looks into the camera and screams "Oh no, my period!" before losing control of her aircraft and dropping into the ocean. Never to be seen again.


It did not happen in real life, of course, but is a scene in the American sitcom 30 Rock. And writer Tina Fey is not mocking Earhart's disappearance in 1937, which led to the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic being declared dead 'in absentia', but is poking fun at the effect menstruation is perceived to have on women.


But has what many describe as 'the last taboo' now been broken?


Britain's number one tennis player Heather Watson blamed "girl things" on her first-round defeat at the Australian Open this week and never stop chatting about monthly cycles, stomach cramps and their impact on professional athletes.


Are there a problem for elite sportswomen? Does it affect performance? Paula Radcliffe, Baroness Tanni Gray-Thompson, physiologist, John Brewer, and gymnastics coach Helen Potter.


A major impediment or a minor snag? - "I broke a world record so it can not be a hindrance"


British middle-distance runner Jessica Judd says her running times can vary by 15 seconds depending on what stage she is at in her cycle.


"I ran 3000m at the national championships in 9 minutes 15 seconds and felt really tired," explains the 20-year-old. "One week later, at the Birmingham Grand Prix, I ran the same distance in nine minutes with no extra training.


But not everyone suffers the same. On the morning of Sunday, October 13, 2002, Paula Radcliffe's period started. Late and inconvenient. It was the day the Briton was to line up for the Chicago Marathon. It was the day she went on to break the world record.




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