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Table 2 Characteristics of participants in studies eligible for systematic review

From: A systematic review and meta-analysis of carbohydrate benefits associated with randomized controlled competition-based performance trials

Reference Number of subjects Gender Age VO2max (mL/kg body mass/min)
Acker-Hewitt et al., 2012 [38] 10 Males 28 66
Angus et al., 2000 [44] 8 Males 22 65
Beelen et al., 2009 [27]a 14 Males 24 68
Burke et al., 2000 [25]a 7 Males 28 64
Burke et al., 2002 [26]a 8 Males 28 69
Baur et al., 2014 [39] 8 Males 25 62
Campbell et al., 2008 [34] 16 8 males/8 females 35/32 59/50
Clarke et al., 2011 [30]a 12 Males 25 61
Cox et al., 2008 [35] 16 Males 31 65
Cox et al., 2010 [36] 16 Males 31 65
Desbrow et al., 2004 [45] 9 Males 30 65
El-Sayed et al., 1995 [33]a 9 Males 24 61
El-Sayed et al., 1997 [47] 8 Males 25 67
Flynn et al., 1989 [32]a 7 Males 29 62
Ganio et al., 2010 [31] 14 Males 27 60
Hulston et al., 2009 [37] 10 Males 28 62
Hunter et al., 2002 [46] 8 Males 24 65
Jeukendrup et al., 2008 [22] 12 Males 19 66
Langenfeld et al., 1994 [40] 14 Males 21 56
McGawley et al., 2012 [29]a 10 6 males/4 females 26/24 63/62
Mitchell et al., 1989 [13] 10 Males 24 63
Nassif et al., 2014 [41] 10 Males 26 71
Rollo et al., 2010 [28]a 10 Males 34 62
van Essen et al., 2006 [42] 10 Males 24 63
  1. anot suitable for meta-analyses