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Participants completed 25 double-take and triple-take 30s sprints and completed the double and triple take countermovement jump (CMJ). Between each 30s sprint the participants were instructed to rest on a non-moveable chair for 15s with arms folded across chest. The countermovement jump required the participants to touch their chest to the ground at the lowest point and then immediately jump as high as possible and reach the highest point they touched their chest to the ground. All participants performed three practice trials before starting their first trial. Jump trials were recorded using a single photoelectric system and the flight time was measured using an infra-red system (Oxford, UK). No equipment or assistance was used to assess jumping ability other than the practice and trial completed prior to the countermovement jump test. The distance achieved from the seated position to the highest point jumped was calculated from the flight time for the countermovement jump (flight time + landing time) [ 18 ]. Of the six CMJ jumps attempted, the highest jump was used for the analysis (as this was representative of maximal jump distance).

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All trials were completed at 1:05pm and after a 15min rest the test was repeated. Participants were asked to avoid drinking water for 1-hour before the trial and 1-hour after the trial. The average velocity of the countermovement jump (time of flight to the highest point) was calculated. A modified version of the third and fourth laps of the 600m running test was used to assess fatigue (fatigue index = performance during the fourth and final lap/performance during the third and first lap).


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