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Best, Russell and McDonald, Kerin and Hurst, Phillip and Pickering, Craig (2020) Can taste be ergogenic? European Journal of Nutrition . ISSN 1436-6207 (In Press)

Best, Russell and Temm, Danni and Hucker, Holly and McDonald, Kerin (2019) Menthol mouth rinsing does not improve strength or power performance. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand, Palmerston North, 27-29 November 2019.

McDonald, Kerin (2018) Quantifying physiological demands of missed Ultimate Frisbee players and their effect on match outcome (Poster Presentation). Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand conference , Dunedin, New Zealand, 26 – 27 October, 2018.

Best, Russell and Temm, Danni and Hucker, Holly and McDonald, Kerin (2020) Repeated menthol mouth swilling affects neither strength nor power performance. Sports, 8 (6). p. 90.

McDonald, Kerin and Best, Russell (2019) The effect of swilling carbohydrate, menthol or a combination on 40km cycling time trial in the heat. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand 2019 National Conference , Palmerston North, New Zealand, 27-29 November, 2019.

McDonald, Kerin and Maulder, Peter S (2018) The effects of morning preconditioning protocols on testosterone, cortisol and afternoon sprint cycling performance [conference presentation]. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand conference 2018, Dunedin, New Zealand, 26 – 27 October 2018.

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