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Comparison of three types of full-body compression garments on throwing and repeat-sprint performance in cricket players
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    Authors reply Re: It`s just not cricket! ...It's more than a game!!

    Dear Dr Maher

    Thank-you for the letter and interest in the research on compression garments we recently published in BJSM (and apologies for the delayed response – conference and holiday time!). Further, we appreciate the comments and required clarification of the specificity of the research design in relation to cricket. As with the English system, in Australia cricket matches are also conducted over both sing...

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    It`s just not cricket!

    Dear Sir,

    Cricket is a unique game characterized by bursts of variable intensity at unpredictable times. As a retired First-Class cricketer of six years experience, I was drawn towards this article [1]; exploring the benefits the introduction of full-body compression garments might offer cricketers who have to deal with the physiological challenges presented.

    The particular choice of running test and...

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