Traveling across time zones to ski race – how to maximize performance

FasterSkierJanuary 31, 2004

A few of our US readers (about 250) are flying to Norway next month to participate in the World Masters’ Cross-Country Championship – the equivalent of the World Championship for age group skiers. Depending on where in the US we’re living, Norway is 6 – 9 timezones (or hours) ahead of us. It is well known and documented that flying across this many timezones may create negative physical and mental consequences – often referred to as Jet Lag.


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