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International Peer-Reviewed Journals

J27. Martinez-Valencia, M.A., Linthorne, N.P., González-Ravé, J.M., Alcaraz, P.E. and Navarro Valdivielso, F. (2017). Effect of strength-to-weight ratio on the time taken to perform a sled-towing exercise. Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 12 (1) 192–203. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J26. Wickington, K.L. and Linthorne, N.P. (2017). Effect of ball weight on speed, accuracy, and mechanics in cricket fast bowling. Sports, 5 (1), 18 1–14. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J25. Linthorne, N.P. (2016). Improvement in 100-m sprint performance at an altitude of 2250 m. Sports, 4 (2), 29 1–9. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J24. Linthorne, N.P. and Stokes, T.G. (2014). Optimum projection angle for attaining maximum distance in a rugby place kick. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 13 (1), 211–216. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J23. Martinez-Valencia, M.A., Linthorne, N.P. and Alcaraz, P.E. (2013). Effect of lower body explosive power on sprint time in a sled-towing exercise. Science and Sports, 28 (6), 175–178. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J22. Linthorne, N.P. (2013). A mathematical modelling study of an athlete’s sprint time when towing a weighted sled. Sports Engineering, 16 (2), 61–70. (Abstract) (Publisher) (PDF)

J21. Linthorne, N.P. and Cooper, J.E. (2013). Effect of the coefficient of friction of a running surface on sprint time in a sled-towing exercise. Sports Biomechanics, 12 (2), 175–185. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J20. Linthorne, N.P. and Weetman, A.H.G. (2012). Effect of run-up velocity on performance, kinematics, and energy exchanges in the pole vault. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 11 (2), 245–254. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J19. Alcaraz, P.E., Palao, J.M., Elvira, J.L.L. and Linthorne, N.P. (2011). Effects of a sand running surface on the kinematics of sprinting at maximum velocity. Biology of Sport, 28 (2), 95–100. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J18. Linthorne, N.P. and Patel, D.S. (2011). Optimum projection angle for attaining maximum distance in a soccer punt kick. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 10 (1), 203–214. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J17. Alcaraz, P.E., Palao, J.M., Elvira, J.L.L. and Linthorne, N.P. (2008). Effects of three types of resisted sprint training devices on the kinematics of sprinting at maximum velocity. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23 (3), 890–897. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J16. Bridgett, L.A. and Linthorne, N.P. (2006). Changes in long jump take-off technique with increasing run-up speed. Journal of Sports Sciences, 24 (8), 889–897. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J15. Linthorne, N.P. and Everett, D.J. (2006). Release angle for attaining maximum distance in the soccer throw-in. Sports Biomechanics, 5 (2), 243–260. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J14. Wakai, M. and Linthorne, N.P. (2005). Optimum take-off angle in the standing long jump. Human Movement Science, 24 (1), 81–96. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J13. Linthorne, N.P., Guzman, M.S. and Bridgett, L.A. (2005). Optimum take-off angle in the long jump. Journal of Sports Sciences, 23 (7), 703–712. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J12. Linthorne, N.P. (2001). Analysis of standing vertical jumps using a force platform. American Journal of Physics, 69 (11), 1198–1204. (Abstract) (Publisher) (PDF)

J11. Linthorne, N.P. (2001). Optimum release angle in the shot put. Journal of Sports Sciences, 19 (5), 359–372. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J10. Linthorne, N.P. (2000). Energy loss in the pole vault take-off and the advantage of the flexible pole. Sports Engineering, 3 (4), 205–218. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J9. Tobar, M.E., Blair, D.G., Ivanov, E.N., van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Turner, P.J., and Heng, I.S. (1995). The University of Western Australia’s resonant-bar gravitational wave experiment. Australian Journal of Physics, 48 (6), 1007–1025. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J8. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Mathematical model of the takeoff phase in the pole vault. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 10 (4), 323–334. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J7. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). The effect of wind on 100-m sprint times. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 10 (2), 110–131. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J6. Mittoni, L.J., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, A.G. and Blair, D.G. (1993). Optimization of superconducting re-entrant cavities for transducer applications. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 26 (5), 804–809. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J5. Linthorne, N.P. and Blair, D.G. (1992). Superconducting re-entrant cavity parametric transducer for a resonant bar gravitational radiation antenna. Review of Scientific Instruments, 63 (9), 4154–4160. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J4. Linthorne, N.P., Veitch, P.J. and Blair, D.G. (1990). Interaction of a parametric transducer with a resonant bar gravitational radiation detector. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 23 (1), 1–6. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J3. Moore, G.I., Stacey, F.D., Tuck, G.J., Goodwin, B.D., Linthorne, N.P., Barton, M.A., Reid, D.M. and Agnew, G.D. (1988). Determination of the gravitational constant at an effective mass separation of 22 m. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields, 38 (4), 1023–1029. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J2. Veitch, P.J., Blair, D.G., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, L.D. and Ramm, D.K. (1987). Development of a 1.5 tonne niobium gravitational radiation antenna. Review of Scientific Instruments, 58 (10), 1910–1916. (Abstract) (Publisher)

J1. Veitch, P.J., Ferreirinho, J., Blair, D.G. and Linthorne, N.P. (1987). Low temperature acoustic loss of pure and alloyed niobium and titanium with application to gravitational radiation detectors. Cryogenics, 27 (10), 586–589. (Abstract) (Publisher)



Invited Book Chapters

B2. Linthorne, N.P. (2007). Biomechanics of the long jump. In Routledge Handbook of Biomechanics and Human Movement Science, Y. Hong and R. Bartlett (Editors), Routledge, London. pp. 340–353. (PDF)

B1. Linthorne, N.P. (2007). Design and materials in athletics. In Materials in Sports Equipment, Volume 2, A. Subic (Editor), Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge. pp. 296–320. (PDF)



Conference Proceedings and Abstracts

C43. Linthorne, N.P. and Modebe, A.-S.N (2017). Effect of projection variables on throw distance and flight time in an American football throw. In Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Cologne, Germany, June 14–18, 2017W. Potthast, A. Niehoff, and S. David (Editors), German Sports University Cologne. pp. 580–583.

C42. Linthorne, N.P. (2017). Effect of altitude on 100-m sprint times: An analysis of race times from the finals at major championships. In Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Cologne, Germany, June 14–18, 2017W. Potthast, A. Niehoff, and S. David (Editors), German Sports University Cologne. pp. 907–910.

C41. Linthorne, N.P. and Thomas, J.M. (2016). The effect of ball spin rate on distance achieved in a long soccer throw-in. Procedia Engineering, 147, 677–682. (Publisher)

C40. Fasbender, P., Linthorne, N.P., Korff, T., and Baltzopoulos, B. (2015). The effect of upper arm mass on the throwing velocity. In XXV Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, 12–16 July 2015, pp. 974–975.

C39. Linthorne, N.P., Cripps, S., and Byrne, J.A. (2015). Adding mass to the shoe does not affect ball velocity in a soccer penalty kick. In Scientific Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, Poitiers, France, June 29–July 3, 2015, F. Colloud, M. Domalain, and T. Monnet (Editors), Université de Poitiers. pp. 147–150. (Publisher)

C38. Ravenscroft, J.C. and Linthorne, N.P. (2015). Effect of the location of the foot impact point on ball velocity in a soccer penalty kick. In Scientific Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, Poitiers, France, June 29–July 3, 2015F. Colloud, M. Domalain, and T. Monnet (Editors), Université de Poitiers. pp. 162–165. (Publisher)

C37. Fasbender, P. Linthorne, N., Korff, T. and Baltzopoulos, B. (2015). Optimal arm segment mass distribution in the overhead throw. In The BASES Biomechanics Interest Group Easter Meeting, Programme and Abstracts, University of Roehampton, April 8, 2015, p. 22.

C36. Linthorne, N.P. (2013). Energy transformations in the pole vault. In Sports Physics, C. Clanet. (Editor). Éditions de l’École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, pp. 358–365. (PDF)

C35. Linthorne, N.P., Baker, C., Douglas, M.M.M, Hill, G.A. and Webster, R.G. (2011). Take-off forces and impulses in the long jump. In A. P. Veloso, F. Alves, R. J. Ferdinandes, F. Conceição, and J. P. Vilas-Boas (Editors), Applied Biomechanics in Sports, Portuguese Journal of Sport Sciences, 11 (Suppl. 3), 33–36. (Publisher)

C34. Linthorne, N.P. and Weetman, A.H.G. (2011). Effects of run-up velocity on the technique of a male pole vaulter. In The BASES Biomechanics Interest Group Easter Meeting, Programme and Abstracts, University of Chichester, April 20, 2011, p. 31.

C33. Linthorne, N.P., Thomas, K-A. and Bostock, S. (2008). Frictional effects in a sled-towing exercise to improve sprint speed. In The BASES Biomechanics Interest Group Easter Meeting, Programme and Abstracts, University of Wales, Cardiff, April 8, 2008, p. 16.

C32. Linthorne, N.P. (2007). Effect of altitude on 100-m sprint performances. In The 2007 BASES Annual Conference, Programme & Abstract Book, University of Bath, September 12–14, 2007, p. 156.

C31. Linthorne, N.P. (2007). Influence of the size of a nation’s population on performances in athletics. In Proceedings: IMA Sport 2007, First International Conference on Mathematics in Sport, Manchester, UK, 24–26 June 2007, D. Percy, P. Scarf and C. Robinson. (Editors), The Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications. pp. 131–136. (PDF)

C30. Bridgett, L.A. and Linthorne, N.P. (2005). Biomechanical analysis of two long jump techniques. In Scientific Proceedings of the XXIIIth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Beijing, China, August 22–27, 2005, Q. Wang (Editor), Chinese Institute of Sports Science. pp. 276–279. (Publisher)

C29. Wakai, M. and Linthorne, N.P. (2002). Biomechanics of the standing long jump. In Proceedings of the Fourth Australasian Biomechanics Conference, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 28–30 November 2002, T.M. Bach, D. Orr, R. Barker and W.A. Sparrow (Editors), La Trobe University, Melbourne. pp. 182–183.

C28. Wakai, M. and Linthorne, N.P. (2002). Optimum takeoff angle in the standing long jump. In The Engineering of Sport 4: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on The Engineering of Sport, Kyoto, 3–6 September 2002, S. Ujihashi and S.J. Haake (Editors), Blackwell Science, Oxford. pp. 817–823.

C27. Bridgett, L.A., Galloway, M. and Linthorne, N.P. (2002). The effect of run-up speed on long jump performance. In Scientific Proceedings of the XXth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Caceras, Spain, July 1–5, 2002, K.E. Gianikellis (Editor), Universidad de Extremadura. pp. 80–83. (Publisher)

C26. Linthorne, N.P., Guzman, M.S. and Bridgett, L.A. (2002). The optimum takeoff angle in the long jump. In Scientific Proceedings of the XXth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Caceras, Spain, July 1–5, 2002, K.E. Gianikellis (Editor), Universidad de Extremadura. pp. 126–129. (Publisher)

C25. Wakai, M. and Linthorne, N.P. (2000). Optimum takeoff angle in the standing long jump. In Book of Abstracts, 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, International Congress on Sport Science, Sports Medicine and Physical Education, Brisbane, 7–12 September 2000, p. 461.

C24. Linthorne, N.P. (2000). Accuracy of wind measurements in athletics. In The Engineering of Sport: Research Development and Innovation, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on The Engineering of Sport, Sydney, 10–12 June 2000, A.J. Subic and S.J. Haake (Editors), Blackwell Science, Oxford. pp. 451–458. See also (2000). Accuracy of wind measurements in athletics. Sports Engineering, 3 (4), 241. (Abstract)

C23. Linthorne, N.P. (2000). Optimum take-off range in vertical jumping. In Book of Abstracts, 3rd Australasian Biomechanics Conference, Griffith University, 31 January – 1 February 2000, R. Barrett, R. Simeoni and C. D'Helon (Editors), Griffith University, Gold Coast. pp. 49–50.

C22. Linthorne, N.P. (1999). Optimum throwing and jumping angles in athletics. In Book of Abstracts, Fifth IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, 31 October – 5 November 1999, p. 45.

C21. Linthorne, N.P. (199). Optimum projection angles in throwing and jumping. In Readings, Australian Track and Field Coaches Association Congress, 1–4 October 1999, St Ignatius College, Sydney pp. 1–4.

C20. Linthorne, N.P. (1999). Why do you jump higher with a flexible vaulting pole? In Scientific Proceedings : ISBS '99 : XVII International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, June 30–July 6, 1999, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, R.H. Saunders and B.J. Gibson (Editors), School of Biomedical and Sport Science, Edith Cown University. pp. 245–248. (Publisher)

C19. Guzman, M.S. and Linthorne, N.P. (1999). Biomechanical explanation of the optimal takeoff angle in the long jump. In Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Yokohama, 23–28 May 1999, The Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Tokyo. p. 263.

C18. Linthorne, N.P. and Kemble, B.A. (1998). Take-off technique in the high jump. In Proceedings I of the XVI International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, University of Konstanz, 21–25 July 1998, H.J. Riehle and M.M. Vieten (Editors), UVK-Universitatsverlag Konstanz, Konstanz. pp. 356–359. (Publisher)

C17. Linthorne, N.P. and Kemble, B.A. (1998). Take-off technique in the high jump. In Abstracts of the XVI International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, University of Konstanz, 21–25 July 1998, H.J. Riehle and M.M. Vieten (Editors), UVK-Universitatsverlag Konstanz, Konstanz. p. 104.

C16. Linthorne, N.P. and Guzman, M.S. (1998). The optimum take-off angle in the long jump. In 2nd Australia and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics Conference Book of Abstracts, The Department of Exercise Science, The University of Auckland, New Zealand, 26–30 January 1998, P.A. Hume, R.N. Marshall, P.J. Hunter, S. Stanley, I. Anderson, and P. McNair (Editors), Organizing Committee, Auckland. pp. 122–123.

C15. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Mathematical model of the pole vault take-off. In Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics VIIIth Biennial Conference, University of Calgary, 18–20 August 1994, W. Herzog, B. Nigg and T. van den Bogert (Editors), Organizing Committee, Calgary. pp. 302–303.

C14. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Wind and altitude assistance in the 100-m sprint. In Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics VIIIth Biennial Conference, University of Calgary, 18–20 August 1994, W. Herzog, B. Nigg and T. van den Bogert (Editors), Organizing Committee, Calgary. pp. 68–69.

C13. Blair, D.G., Heng, I.S., Ivanov, E.N., van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Tobar, M.E. and Turner, P.J. (1996). Low noise temperature operation of the niobium gravitational wave antenna at the University of Western Australia. In The Seventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, held at Stanford University, 24–30 July 1994, R.T. Jantzen and G.M. Keiser (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 1446–1458.

C12. Blair, D.G., Heng, I.S., Ivanov, E.N., van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Tobar, M.E. and Turner, P.J. (1995). Operation of the Perth cryogenic resonant-bar gravitational wave antenna. In First Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Wave Experiments, held at Villa Tuscolana, Frascati, Rome, 14–17 June 1994, E. Coccia, G. Pizzella and F. Ronga (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 144–160.

C11. Blair, D.G., Turner, P.J., Berinson, D., Ju Li, van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, A.G., Peng Hong and Tobar, M.E. (1994). The new gravitational wave antenna system with non-contacting readout at the Univ. of W.A.. In Proceedings of the XVII Meeting of the Indian Association for General Relativity and Gravitation Silver Jubilee Conference, IUCAA, Pune, India, 14–18 February 1994, S.V. Dhurandhar and T. Padmanabhan (Editors), Wiley Eastern, New Delhi.

C10. Blair, D.G., Turner, P.J., Ivanov, E.N., van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, A.G., and Tobar, M.E. (1993). Second generation niobium gravitational wave antenna with noncontacting readout at the of Western Australia. In Some New Trends on Fluid Mechanics and Theoretical Physics, Proceedings of International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Theoretical Physics in Honour of Professor Pei-Yuan Chou's 90th Anniversary, Beijing, June 1992, C.C. Lin (Editor), Peking University Press, Beijing. pp. 591–605.

C9. Blair, D.G., Turner, P.J., Berinson, D., Ju Li, van Kann, F., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, A.G., Peng Hong and Tobar, M.E. (1992). The new gravitational wave antenna system with noncontacting readout at The University of Western Australia. In The Sixth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, held at the Kyoto International Conference Hall, Kyoto, Japan, 23–29 June 1991, H. Sato and T. Nakamura (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 1293–1310.

C8. Tobar, M.E., Blair, D.G., Linthorne, N.P. and Turner, P.J. (1992). Simulation of a two-mode resonant bar antenna with a parametric transducer. In The Sixth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, held at the Kyoto International Conference Hall, Kyoto, Japan, 23–29 June 1991, H. Sato and T. Nakamura (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 1526–1528.

C7. Blair, D.G., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, A.G., Peng Hong, Sebo, K.M., Tobar, M.E. and Turner, P.J. (1991). Progress in optimising a high Q resonant bar antenna. In Gravitational Astronomy: Instrument Design and Astrophysical Prospects, Proceedings of the Elizabeth and Frederick White Research Conference held at the Australian Academy of Science and The Australian National University, 24–26 September 1990, D.E. McClelland and H.-A. Bachor (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 415–428.

C6. Tobar M.E., Linthorne, N.P. and Blair, D.G. (1991). Modelling of a resonant bar antenna with a parametric transducer. In Gravitational Astronomy: Instrument Design and Astrophysical Prospects, Proceedings of the Elizabeth and Frederick White Research Conference held at the Australian Academy of Science and The Australian National University, 24–26 September 1990, D.E. McClelland and H.-A. Bachor (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 368–378.

C5. Linthorne, N.P., Veitch, P.J., Blair, D.G., Turner, P.J., Tobar, M.E. and Mann, A.G. (1990). Niobium gravitational radiation antenna with superconducting parametric transducer. Physica B: Condensed Matter, 165, 9–10. (Publisher)

C4. Veitch, P.J., Blair, D.G., Linthorne, N.P., Buckingham, M.J. and Edwards, C. (1989). Progress report on the UWA gravitational radiation antenna. In 12th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, Abstracts of Contributed Papers, Boulder, July 2–8, 1989, p. 561.

C3. Veitch, P.J., Blair, D.G., Linthorne, N.P., Buckingham, M.J., Edwards, C., Prestage, N.P. and Ramm, D.K. (1988). Progress report on the UWA gravitational radiation antenna. In The Fifth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, held at The University of Western Australia, 8–13 August 1988, D.G. Blair and M.J. Buckingham (Editors), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 322–327.

C2. Linthorne, N.P., Veitch, P.J. and Blair, D.G. (1988). Interaction of a parametric transducer with a resonant bar gravitational radiation antenna. In Fifth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, Abstracts of Contributed Papers, The University of Western Australia, 8–13 August 1988, B. Lohmann, A. Peakall and P.J. Veitch (Editors), p. 155.

C1. Veitch, P.J., Blair, D.G., Buckingham, M.J., Edwards, C., Linthorne, N.P., Mann, L.D., Prestage, N.P., Ramm, D.K. and Zeng, M. (1988). A gravitational radiation antenna with parametric transducer. In Experimental Gravitational Physics: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Experimental Gravitational Physics, Guangzhou, China, 3–8 August 1987, P.F. Michelson (Editor), World Scientific, Singapore. pp. 353–357.



Sports Coaching Journals

S8. Linthorne, N.P. (2006). A new angle on throwing. Physics World, 19 (6), 29–30. (Publisher)

S7. Linthorne, N.P. (2005). The color of the plasticine indicator board in the horizontal jumps. Track Coach, 171, 5466–5468. (PDF)

S6. Linthorne, N.P. (2000). Optimum projection angles in throwing and jumping. Modern Athlete and Coach, 38 (4), 16-18. Also in: The Throws: Contemporary Theory, Technique and Training, 5th Edition, J. Jarver (Editor), Tafnews Press, Mountain View, California 2000, pp. 79-81.

S5. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Was Flojo's 100-m world record wind-assisted? Modern Athlete and Coach, 32 (1), 3-5. Also in: Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Track Technique, 127, 4052-4053; 4057; Also in: Athletics Coach, 27 (4), 20-21 (1993) and 28 (1), 27 (1994). (PDF)

S4. Linthorne, N.P. (1994). Wind assistance in the 100-m sprint. Modern Athlete and Coach, 32 (1), 6-9. Also in: Track Technique, 127, 4049-4051. Also in: Athletics Coach, 28 (1), 24-26. See also: Linthorne, N.P. (1994). L'influenza del vento nella corsa dei 100 metri. Nuova-atletica, 22 (126), 111-114. See also: Die Lehre der Leichtathletik, 93. (PDF)

S3. Linthorne, N.P. (1993). Quantifying the effect of aerodynamic drag on long jump performance. Track & Field Quarterly Review, 93 (4), 11. (PDF)

S2. Linthorne, N.P. (1990). The pre-jump pole vault. Modern Athlete and Coach, 28 (1), 39-40. Also in: Track Technique, 112, 3579-3580. See also: Linthorne, N.P. (1990). Kritische stellungnahme zu Launder's darstellung des eingesprungenen einstichs. Die Lehre der Leichtathletik, 29 (28), 17-18. (Publisher) (PDF)

S1. Linthorne, N.P. (1989). The fibreglass pole. Modern Athlete and Coach, 27 (1), 15–19 and 27 (2), 43. Also in: The Jumps: Contemporary Theory, Technique and Training, 4th Edition, J. Jarver (Editor), Tafnews Press, Mountain View, California 1994, pp. 59–62.



Web Articles

W1. Linthorne, N.P. Optimum angles of projection in the throws and jumps. SweatPit.com.



Reports

R1. Linthorne N.P. (1995). The 100-m world record by Florence Griffith-Joyner at the 1988 US Olympic Trials. Report for the International Amateur Athletic Federation, June 1995. (62 pages) (PDF)



Comments

C1. Linthorne, N.P. (2003). Comment on: A model of wind and altitude effects on 110-m hurdles. Sportscience, 7. (Publisher)



Editorials

E1. Maughan, R., Nevill, A. Boreham, C., Davison, R., Linthorne, N., Stewart, A., Williams, M. and Winter, E. (2007). Ethical issues when submitting to the Journal of Sports Sciences. Journal of Sports Sciences, 25 (6), 617–618. (Publisher)



 


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