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Beating jet lag
  1. C J Milne1,
  2. M H Fuard2
  1. 1Anglesea Clinic, Hamilton, New Zealand
  2. 2Frankton Lake Road Medical Centre, Hamilton, New Zealand
  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr C J Milne
 Anglesea Clinic, PO Box 4362, Hamilton 3204, New Zealand; chris{at}angleseaphysioandsports.co.nz

Abstract

Jet lag is often cited as a cause of poor sporting performance. We report on the case of a rugby league player who flew 20 000 km and 12 time zones, then repeated the feat a few days later, prior to playing with distinction in an important final match in an international series.

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  • Published Online First 26 January 2007

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