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Table 1 Subject characteristics for total sample, runners who sustained an injury during follow-up, and non-injured runners.

From: Fat intake and injury in female runners

  Total Sample (n = 86) Injured (n = 47) Non-Injured (n = 39) p value (injured vs. non-injured)
Age (y) 37 ± 9.2 36 ± 9.7 37 ± 8.8 .752
Height (cm) 164 ± 6.3 165 ± 5.8 163 ± 6.8 .342
Weight (kg) 59 ± 7.1 58 ± 6.4 59 ± 7.9 .485
BMI (kg/m2) 22 ± 2.4 22 ± 2.5 22 ± 2.2 .206
Body Fat (%) 19 ± 5.2 20 ± 5.5 19 ± 4.8 .445
Miles Run per Week 30 ± 9.1 31 ± 10.5 29 ± 7.2 .366
EAT score 15 ± 9.2 15 ± 9.3 15 ± 9.2 .812
XEE (kcal/kgFFM/d) 13 ± 6.2 14 ± 6.9 12 ± 5.1 .301
*EEE (kcal/d) 3127 ± 474 3123 ± 420 3132 ± 541 .942
  1. Values presented as mean ± SD.
  2. * Energy Expenditure values based on a total n = 72 (40 injured and 32 non-injured)