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BACKGROUND:It has been suggested that exposure to winter training conditions (irritants in indoor facilities and/or cold, dry air in the outdoors) can increase airway responsiveness in elite endurance athletes.OBJECTIVES:It has yet to be elucidated whether elite endurance athletes experience seasonal fluctuations in their airway responsiveness.METHODS:Eighteen members of a varsity cross-country running team underwent screening procedures and five members were enrolled in the study. Each athletedoi:10.1155/2004/601014 pmid:15510246 fatcat:m62l4oqzuzan5k26si3aehzcym