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School of sport sciences john.owen.osborne@uit.no +4777645827 Tromsø MH U7.230

John Owen Osborne


Postdoctoral Fellow on the FENDURA project

Job description

Postdoctoral research fellow for The Female Endurance Athlete (FENDURA) project at UiT. Investigating the effect of the menstrual cycle and hormonal contraceptives on the endurance performance of female athletes (cross country skiing and biathlon).


  • Osborne, John Owen; Stewart, Ian; Borg, David; Beagley, Kenneth; Buhmann, Robert; Minett, Geoffrey. Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat. European Journal of Applied Physiology 2021. ISSN 1439-6319.s doi: 10.1007/s00421-021-04744-y.
  • Borg, David; Osborne, John Owen; Tweedy, Sean; Liljedahl, Johanna; Nooijen, Carla. Bicycling and Tricycling Road Race Performance in International Para-Cycling Events between 2011 and 2019. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2021; Volum 101 (4). ISSN 0894-9115.s 384 - 388.s doi: 10.1097/PHM.0000000000001819.
  • Osborne, John Owen. FENDURA - purpose, objectives and outcomes (May 2022). Møte i nordnorsk idrettsnettverk 2022-05-20 - 2022-05-20 2022.
  • Osborne, John Owen; Andersson, Erik P. FENDURA - Postdoctoral Research Projects. FENDURA - Project Seminar 2021-09-07 - 2021-09-07 2021.
  • Osborne, John; Stewart, Ian; Borg, David; Beagley, Kenneth; Buhmann, Robert; Minett, Geoffrey. Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat.. Exercise and Sport Science Australia Research to Practice 2021 (sammendrag) 2021-05-06 - 2021.
  • Bludd, Ellen Kathrine; Engseth, Tina Pettersen; Osborne, John; Welde, Boye. Kan trening lagt opp etter menstruasjonssyklus gi bedre prestasjon?. (fulltekst) (prosjekt) 2021.
  • Look at all works in CRIStin →


    Research interests

    • Environmental exercise physiology;
    • Female athletes and physiology;
    • Influence of hormonal contraceptives on exercise performance;
    • Neuromuscular performance and fatigue (central and peripheral);
    • Sports nutrition and supplementation.