About Me

Ben is a lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the National Institute of Sport Studies (NISS) at the University of Canberra.

Ben is an early career researcher keen to immerse in exercise physiology as its relates to sport and health. But, to be honest, he would rather be orienteering, running, mountain biking, adventure racing, playing basketball, kayaking or skiing (all badly).

Peer Reviewed Publications

2011

Rattray B and Roberts A. Athlete assessments in orienteering: Differences between physiological variables in field and laboratory settings. European Journal of Sport Science. In Press

Rattray B, Caillaud C, Ruell P, Thompson M. Heat exposure does not alter eccentric exercise-induced increases in mitochondrial calcium and respiratory dysfunction. European Journal of Applied Physiology. In Press

2010

Wisbey B, Montgomery PG, Pyne DB, Rattray B (2010). Quantifying movement demands of AFL football using GPS tracking. J Sci Med Sport. 13(5): 531-536

REPORTS

Wisbey B, Rattray B and Pyne D (2010) Quantifying changes in AFL player demands using GPS tracking. 2010 AFL Season. Report to Australian Football League.

Wisbey B, Rattray B and Pyne D (2009) Quantifying changes in AFL player demands using GPS tracking. 2009 AFL Season. Report to Australian Football League.

Wisbey B, Rattray B and Pyne D (2008) Quantifying changes in AFL player demands using GPS tracking. 2008 AFL Season. Report to Australian Football League.

4 Responses “About Me” →

  1. Donna Fluegel

    January 28, 2010

    Hi,

    I’m the publisher of the United States O Federation (USOF) magazine, Orienteering North America. I’d love to use some of your material in the magazine. If you’re agreeable, how is the best way to proceed. Unfortunately, the magazine nor USOF is able to provide payment at this point.

    Thanks,
    Donna

    Reply
  2. Hi Ben,

    Here is my xtranormal spelling test.

    http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/6607243

    Hope you enjoyed the run yesterday.

    I loved the ten minutes talks about my assignment.

    Cheers,

    Scott

    Reply
  3. me and my lawyer are going to sue your ass for slander on change.org

    he is speaking to san fran police about that horrible petition

    and i will win

    Reply

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