Skiing Trauma and Safety, 18th Volume

    Johnson Robert, Shealy Jasper, Senner Veit
    Published: 2011

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    Sixteen peer-reviewed papers provide the latest research for identifying and developing prevention methodology to help reduce the risk of injury for the participant in outdoor winter sports throughout the world. Topics cover:
    Equipment—retention requirements for alpine ski bindings; helmet use and self-reported risk taking in skiing and snowboarding; evaluating the performance of helmet linings incorporating fluid channels; polarizing filters in ski sports; and emergency release for winter sports equipment.
    Behavior—riding behavior and reaction times of skiers and snowboarders; gender-specific effects of smoking and alcohol consumption in downhill sking; and hydration levels in all day skiing.
    Epidemiology—ACL injuries related to fatigue in female skiers; aging trends in Alpine skiing; skiing and boarding injuries on Norwegian slopes during two winter seasons; and skiing and snowboarding injuries in the Czech Republic in Winter Seasons 2003-2008
    Biomechanics—case study of relative motion of ACL insertion points in-vivo; jumper kinematics on terrain park jumps; reaction forces and moments in carved turns

    Table of Contents

    Retention Requirements for Alpine Ski Bindings
    Dodge D., Ettlinger C., Johnson R., Sargent M., Shealy J.

    Helmet Use and Self-Reported Risk Taking in Skiing and Snowboarding
    Bianchi G., Brügger O., Cavegn M., Niemann S.

    Evaluating the Performance of Helmet Linings Incorporating Fluid Channels
    Christou G., Gilchrist M., Goel R., Stewart D., Young L.

    Polarizing Filters in Ski Sports
    Jendrusch G., Lingelbach B.

    Emergency Release for Winter Sports Equipment
    Schott W., Senner V.

    Analyzing the Riding Behavior of Recreational Skiers and Snowboarders
    Muser M., Niemetz P., Schmitt K.

    Reaction Times of Skiers and Snowboarders
    Harley E., Scher I., Shealy J., Stepan L., Young D.

    Gender-Specific Effects of Smoking and Alcohol Consumption on the Risk of Falling in Downhill Skiers
    Burtscher M., Nachbauer W., Pühringer R., Ruedl G., Sommersacher R., Werner I., Woldrich T.

    Hydration Packs Modify Professional Skiers Hydration Levels in All Day Skiing: A Randomized Controlled Trial
    Adams R., Dickson T., Trathen S., Waddington G.

    Are ACL Injuries Related to Perceived Fatigue in Female Skiers?
    Burtscher M., Fink C., Nachbauer W., Pocecco E., Ruedl G., Schranz A.

    Aging Trends in Alpine Skiing
    Ettlinger C., Johnson R., Shealy J.

    Skiing and Boarding Injuries on Norwegian Slopes during Two Winter Seasons
    Ekeland A., Rødven A.

    Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries in the Czech Republic in Winter Seasons 2003–2008
    Chlad R., Rokyta J.

    Relative Motion of ACL Insertion Points In Vivo: A Case Study, Including Skiing Maneuvers
    Freudiger S., Vogt W., Wirz D.

    Jumper Kinematics on Terrain Park Jumps: Relationship between Takeoff Speed and Distance Traveled
    Harley E., Scher I., Shealy J., Stepan L.

    Reaction Forces and Moments in Carved Turns
    Kaps P., Kerber W., Mössner M., Nachbauer W., Oberegger U., Schindelwig K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F27

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1525-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-8685-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7511-2

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