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Objectives. The aim of this study was to determine whether the elevated plasma glucose oxidation rate (~ 1.8 g.min-1) in the latter stages of prolonged exercise in subjects in which hyperglycaemia (± 10 mmol.l-1) is maintained via a glucose clamp, improves 100 km cycling time-trial (TT) performance. Design. Seven endurance-trained male cyclists (22±4 yrs) participated in this randomised crossover trial. On two occasions, separated by 7 - 10 days, subjects performed a self-paced TT in thedoi:10.17159/2078-516x/2007/v19i3a262 fatcat:dfubjkloonf2xbw57z4yione6m