Science and Skiing

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Acknowledgements:

This study was supported by Powerfood, Inc. and PEAK Academy at the University of Utah. The authors gratefully acknowledge the invaluable assistance of Toby Chapman, Travis Chapman, and Ilan Paltrow in data collection.

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