Adrien Sedeaud

Adrien Sedeaud
French Institute of Sport (INSEP) | INSEP · IRMES

PhD

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Introduction
Adrien Sedeaud currently works at the IRMES, Institut National du Sport, de l'Expertise et de la Performance. Their current project is 'Training load and injury prevention.'
Additional affiliations
September 2014 - August 2016
Paris Descartes, CPSC
Position
  • Lecturer
June 2010 - present
French Institute of Sport (INSEP)
Position
  • Sport Scientist
Education
November 2010 - November 2013
Paris Descartes, CPSC
Field of study
  • Sport Science

Publications

Publications (50)
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The aim of this study was to quantify the impact of selections and shared selections in the rugby union. Players’ names, positions, and number of selections were collected for all XV de France’s games (1906–2014). Every team’s percentage of renewal of workforce was calculated for backs and forwards. During the 1987–2014 period, all second row forwa...
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Background: There is little known about return to sport and performance after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear in high-level alpine skiers. Purpose: To analyze the parameters that influence the return to sport and performance after an ACL tear in French alpine skiers from 1980 to 2013. Study design: Descriptive epidemiology study. Method...
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Limits to athletic performance have long been a topic of myth and debate. However, sport performance appears to have reached a state of stagnation in recent years, suggesting that the physical capabilities of humans and other athletic species, such as greyhounds and thoroughbreds, cannot progress indefinitely. Although the ultimate capabilities may...
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Introduction: Relative Age Effect (RAE) consists of a biased distribution of the dates of birth in a same-age group. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate Relative Age Effect among French athletes in different track-and-field events, and propose a corrective adjustment method to highlight the true potential of an athlete with respect to his/h...
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Estimating the potential of alpine skiers is an unresolved question, especially because of the complexity of sports performance. We developed a potential estimation model based solely on the evolution of performance as a function of age. A bayesian mixed model allowed to estimate the potential curve and the age at peak performance for the populatio...
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Introduction: Breast cancer (BC) has particular characteristics in young women, with diagnosis at more advanced stages, a poorer prognosis and highly aggressive tumors. In NeoFit, we will use an activity tracker to identify and describe various digital profiles (heart rate, physical activity, and sleep patterns) in women below the age of 45 years o...
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Purpose: To measure the proportion of French swimmers that progressed, stagnated, or regressed during the 2020 national championship compared with previous ones. Method: Individual best performances were collected at the French national championships from 2000 to 2020. Yearly proportions of swimmers who improved, stagnated, or regressed in perfo...
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Background Breast cancer (BC) has particular characteristics in young women, with diagnosis at more advanced stages, a poorer prognosis and highly aggressive tumors. In NeoFit, we will use an activity tracker to identify and describe various digital profiles (heart rate, physical activity, and sleep patterns) in women below the age of 45 years on n...
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This study aims to identify the potential bias of the relative age effect (RAE) in French alpine skiers and to propose a mathematical correction adjustment for such a bias. All performances and birthdates of skiers on the national and international circuit were collected from the 2004 up to 2019. A goodness-of-fit chi-square test and the residuals...
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Background: The COVID 19 pandemic has greatly disrupted high performance sport and international competition. The aim of this study was to quantify the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world's top 10 performances in Athletics and Swimming among nondisabled and Paralympic athletes. Methods: The results of the 10-best world performers in 66...
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Objective: To measure the impact of restrictions due to COVID on the proportion of matches won at home, away and draw in professional soccer and rugby union. Materials and Methods: Two samples of professional soccer and rugby union matches were collected from 2012–13 to 2020–21 seasons. For soccer, data involved first and second division matches of...
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The main aim of this study was to evaluate the validity and the reliability of a swimming sensor to assess swimming performance and spatial-temporal variables. Six international male open-water swimmers completed a protocol which consisted of two training sets: a 6Â100m individual medley and a continuous 800 m set in freestyle. Swimmers were equipp...
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The purpose was to observe the effects of a four-week lockdown on the resting heart rate (RHR) and well-being perception of elite swimmers. Twenty elite swimmers performed RHR measurements upon waking in supine and standing positions. Baseline values and those measured after four weeks of lockdown were compared. Swimmers completed a questionnaire o...
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International elite Para swimmers form a large portion of the overall multi-medalist winning population. For the highest performing Para swimmers, world class performances were achieved across different strokes. The aim of this study was to quantify the level of involvement across different events and to examine this in relation to the level of per...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine and weigh the anthropometric indicators that were associated with pacing performances for each Olympic rowing category. Methods: Between 2010 and 2015, 1,148 rowers (650 men and 498 women) participated in the finals of World Championships in each heavyweight Olympic event. They were categorized...
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Objective To examine the relationships between the occurrence and severity of injuries using three workload ratios (ACWR, EWMA, REDI) in elite female soccer players and international male and female pentathletes.Materials and Methods Female soccer players in the U16 to U18 national French teams (n = 24) and international athletes (n = 12, 4 women a...
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Objectives: The aim of this study was to quantify collective experience based on cumulative shared selections of players and to assess its impact on team performance in international rugby union. We assume that the greater the experience, the better the group will perform. Methods: Scoresheets of all games involving at least one of all 10 nations p...
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Objectives The purpose of this study was to quantify the impact of morphological characteristics on freestyle swimming performance by event and gender. Design Height, mass, body mass index (BMI) and speed data were collected for the top 100 international male and female swimmers from 50 to 1500 m freestyle events for the 2000–2014 seasons. Method...
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Objective The purpose of this study was to define a new index the Robust Exponential Decreasing Index (REDI), which is capable of an improved analysis of the cumulative workload. This allows for precise control of the decreasing influence of load over time. Additionally, REDI is robust to missing data that are frequently present in sport. Methods...
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Coefficients values, fitting indicators and age at the peak performance for all track and field events.
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During the last decades, all para-athletes with disabilities have significantly increased their performance level due to technological progress and human investment, through better training or recovery protocols, medical care and nutritional monitoring. Among these elements, the athlete’s age is one of the determining factors in performance. The ai...
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Maximal physical performances are powerful and accurate biomarkers in the understanding of age-related changes during the aging process. Previous studies have characterized age-related changes from Caenorhabditis elegans to Homo sapiens. We characterized changes in this pattern for H. sapiens, decade by decade, from 1970 to 2017. Using 286,916 perf...
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Purpose: An increasing amount of people are turning to new challenges such as the completion of an ultra-marathon and choose to continue to train intensively despite advanced age. As a result, numerous epidemiological data are available and constitute an experimental model for the research community that studies the effects of aging on physiologica...
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Résumé Objectifs Souligner la nécessité et l’intérêt de la mise en place de modèles de quantification de charge dans le sport de haut niveau. Actualités Parfois délaissé, y compris dans le sport de haut niveau, notamment par son aspect chronophage, la quantification de la charge d’entraînement revêt pourtant de grands intérêts. Il est essentiel d...
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Purpose: It is widely accepted in the literature that athletes of West African origins achieve the best sprint performances; while, athletes originating from East Africa are the most efficient at long distances. No epidemiological studies have measured the evolution of the contributing of each of these athlete origin groups from 100m to the marath...
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Introduction: The lack of physical activity is a major societal challenge. In a context of increasing inactivity, physical fitness represents not only an important health indicator, but also one of the objectives of public, national and European policies targeted at the youngest populations. The aim of this investigation is to study the link betwee...
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Background/Aim Strenuous endurance training required to participate in the highest sports level has been associated with deleterious effects on elite athletes' health and cardiac abnormalities. We aimed to describe overall mortality and main causes of deaths of male French rowers participating in at least one Olympic Game (OG) from 1912 to 2012 in...
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In a context of morphological expansion of the general population, how do athletes follow such a pattern of anthropometric growth? Is there any relation to performance? Biometric data including mass, height, body mass index (BMI) and age were collected for 50,376 American athletes representing 249,336 annual performers playing in professional baseb...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the association between anthropometric characteristics and performance in all track and field running events and assess Body Mass Index (BMI) as a relevant performance indicator. Data of mass, height, BMI and speed were collected for the top 100 international men athletes in track events from 100 m to mar...
Thesis
The purpose of this thesis is to study the morphological changes of top athletes and identify structural links between performance and anthropometric characteristics. This thesis is comprised of various studies that analyze the highest level of performance by morphological aspect and different levels of proof. At first, we show differentiated chan...
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Abstract As opposed to many other track-and-field events, marathon performances still improve. We choose to better describe the reasons for such a progression. The 100 best marathon runners archived from January 1990 to December 2011 for men and from January 1996 to December 2011 for women were analysed. We determined the impact of historical, demo...
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Aim: The aim of this paper was to investigate the changes over time in anthropometric parameters of young and adult rugby players in France. Methods: Age, mass and height were collected for 2051 French elite rugby players participating in the championship during the 1988-1989 and the 2008-2009 seasons. The same variables were collected for the b...
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To analyse the physical fitness of a large sample of the French population across different ages. Observational cross-sectional study. Data were collected from the Athletic Track and Field Federation, which organised events dedicated to measuring physical fitness. The events took place in 22 regions between 2006 and 2010. French volunteer citizens...
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Lower-income subgroups consume fewer servings of fruit and vegetables (FVs) compared with their more advantaged counterparts. To overcome financial barriers, FV voucher delivery has been proposed. In a 12-month trial, 302 low-income adults 18-60 years old (defined by evaluation of deprivation and inequalities in health examination centers, a specif...
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To investigate the evolution of anthropometric characteristics in World Cup rugby players and identify elements associated with performance. Age, weight and height were collected for 2692 World Cup rugby players as well as rankings in each World Cup, and collective experience of winners, finalists, semifinalists and quarter finalists in comparison...
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Objective: to analyze the physical fitness level of a large sample of French citizens aged between 8 and 60 years old and represent the performances at all ages through a bi-exponential model. Methods: we collected data from 231 events that took place in French regions between 2006 and 2010 and analyzed participation and physical fitness using a si...
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The objective of this prospective study is to determine the rate of injury on the population of the French women's rugby team. It was conducted over 50 months from July 2006 to September 2010. The medical staff of the French team collected data during training and match exposure. One of the main results of the study is the significant difference in...
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The increase of sedentary lifestyle in the French population and the decrease in the time daily devoted to physical activity has raised public concerns. Promotional campaigns to raise energy expenditure and health awareness have recently increased. Nevertheless, although the recognition of such an imbalance is becoming more evident in the populatio...

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Projects (3)
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Creation and validation of performance estimation model considering relative age effect, maturity and other lot of things ;)
Project
The purpose is to develop training load monitoring models in relation with injuries. The purpose is to redraw the training load and makers of fatigue variables kinetics in relation to injury occurence.