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Randy Wilbur – USOC Exercise Physiologist – The Road to Bejiing

July 22, 2008

Beijing – What Olympians will have to contend with.

Dr. Randy Wilbur is one of the premier exercise scientists in the world, and is a key player in preparing Olympic athletes for the rigors of Bejiing’s unique environmental challenges. Part of the US Olympic Training Center Staff, this Q & A was presented at the USA Track & Field 2007 Cross Country Championships. Also, responding to questions is Alberto Salazar, Adam and Kara Goucher’s coach.

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Here’s the link to the podcast. This was recorded at the 2007 USATF Cross Country Championships held in Boulder Colorado.

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2 Responses to Randy Wilbur – USOC Exercise Physiologist – The Road to Bejiing

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  2. environmental information on June 28, 2009 at 8:27 am

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