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Transcontinental Race Medicine: Ask the Experts

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Komoot and Lost Dot present this webinar educational session for cyclists participating in the Transcontinental Race and other unsupported ultra-distance cycling events. Our experts will be discussing a number of relevant medical topics, with Q&A as time permits.

Saturday, December 12, 2020

Start: 5 PM GMT (London)

Finish: 7:30 PM

The panel discussion features a number of well respected medical experts covering a wide range of topics relevant to self reliant ultra endurance riders, including musculoskeletal ailments and injuries, saddle sores, gastrointestinal illness, general wound care, respiratory illness, dog bites, and various other medical issues.

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Dr James Hull, London, UK. Consultant in Respiratory Medicine - with special interest in treating athletes, Royal Brompton Hospital and The Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, University College London. Respiratory Medicine Advisor to the International Olympic Committee. Co-Editor, Complete Guide to Respiratory Care in Athletes [textbook]. In addition to being a medical doctor Jim has a PhD in physiology. Co-chair of this TCR Medicine event.

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Dr. Jon Greenwell, Leeds, UK. Education First Pro Cycling Team Physician. Chief Medical Officer for British Triathlon. Consultant in Sports Medicine, NHS, UK.

Dr. Rebecca Robinson, London, UK. Consultant in Sports Medicine - with special interest in female athlete health, Centre for Health and Human Performance, London. Elite Marathoner (with PB 2:36:51) and mountain runner.

Dan Guillemette, Guernsey, British Channel Islands. Physiotherapist for Mitchelton-Scott Pro Cycling Team. Former lead physiotherapist for Team Sky. Physiotherapist for Great Britain men’s and women’s road cycling team, 2012 London Olympics. Teaching Fellow, University of Bath Sports Physiotherapy Programme, Bath, UK.

Dr. Doug Migden, Seattle, USA. Emergency Physician x 30 years. Five time finisher of the Transcontinental Race. Co-chair of this TCR Medicine event.

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