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Hydration: The New FIFA World Cup's Challenge for Referee Decision Making?

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Various continental sporting events have exposed team sports referees to different environmental conditions. Several studies have focused on strategies to prevent athlete performance impairment induced by heat or warm (or both) conditions, but few authors have investigated the effect of heat on referees' performance. In a thermoneutral environment, referees' physical activity induced mild 2.0% dehydration, which was responsible for reductions in physical, psychomotor, and cognitive performances. Therefore, the hydration status of referees should be taken into account to reduce referees' errors and misjudgments in the heat.

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hal-03594558 , version 1 (02-03-2022)

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Mohamed Houssein, Philippe Lopes, Bruno Fagnoni, Said Ahmaidi, Soubere Mahamoud Yonis, et al.. Hydration: The New FIFA World Cup's Challenge for Referee Decision Making?. Journal of Athletic Training, 2016, 51 (3), pp.264-266. ⟨10.4085/1062-6050-51.3.04⟩. ⟨hal-03594558⟩
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