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Table 1 Anthropometric and sociodemographic characteristics of participants

From: Supplement intake in half-marathon, (ultra-)marathon and 10-km runners – results from the NURMI study (Step 2)

   Total
n = 119
10 km
n = 24
HM
n = 44
M/UM
n = 51
Age (years) 43 (IQR 15.5) 46 (IQR 13.5) 42.5 (IQR 17) 43 (IQR 15.5)
Body Weight (kg) 68.3 (IQR 16) 66.4 (IQR 15.9) 67 (IQR 12.2) 69.5 (IQR 17.1)
Height (m) 1.8 (IQR 0.1) 1.7 (IQR 0.1) 1.8 (IQR 0.1) 1.8 (IQR 0.1)
BMI (kg/m2) 22.4 (IQR 3.47) 21.73 (IQR 3.41) 22.3 (IQR 3.42) 22.19 (IQR 3.22)
Sex Female
Male
53 (45 %)
66 (55 %)
16 (67 %)
8 (33 %)
20 (45 %)
24 (55 %)
17 (33 %)
34 (67 %)
Academic Qualification No Qualification
Upper Secondary
Education/Technical
A Levels or Equivalent
University/Higher Degree
No Answer
0 (0 %)
42 (35 %)
29 (24 %)
35 (29 %)
13 (11 %)
0 (0 %)
8 (33 %)
10 (42 %)
5 (21 %)
1 (4 %)
0 (0 %)
15 (34 %)
6 (14 %)
15 (34 %)
8 (18 %)
0 (0 %)
19 (37 %)
13 (25 %)
15 (29 %)
4 (8 %)
Marital Status Divorced/Separated
Married/Living with Partner
Single
6 (5 %)
85 (71 %)
28 (24 %)
1 (4 %)
16 (67 %)
7 (29 %)
3 (7 %)
30 (68 %)
11 (25 %)
2 (4 %)
39 (76 %)
10 (20 %)
Country of Residence Austria
Germany
Switzerland
Other Countries
21 (18 %)
85 (71 %)
8 (7 %)
5 (4 %)
4 (17 %)
17 (71 %)
0 (0 %)
3 (12 %)
8 (18 %)
31 (70 %)
4 (9 %)
1 (2 %)
9 (18 %)
37 (73 %)
4 (8 %)
1 (2 %)
Running Experience Low
Medium
High
23 (19 %)
77 (65 %)
19 (16 %)
4 (17 %)
15 (62 %)
5 (21 %)
11 (25 %)
24 (55 %)
9 (20 %)
8 (16 %)
38 (75 %)
5 (10 %)
Racing
Experience
Low
Medium
High
70 (59 %)
33 (28 %)
16 (13 %)
17 (71 %)
5 (21 %)
2 (8 %)
28 (64 %)
10 (23 %)
6 (14 %)
25 (49 %)
18 (35 %)
8 (16 %)
  1. BMI body mass index; IQR interquartile range; 10 km 10-kilometers; HM half-marathon; M/UM marathon/ultra-marathon