Authors’ Reply to Webster and Smith: Comment on: “Substrate Metabolism During Ironman Triathlon: Different Horses on the Same Courses”

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Daniel J. Plews competes in Ironman triathlons and coaches elite Ironman triathletes. Ed Maunder and Andrew E. Kilding declare that they have no conflicts of interest relevant to the content of this response letter.

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Maunder, E., Kilding, A.E. & Plews, D.J. Authors’ Reply to Webster and Smith: Comment on: “Substrate Metabolism During Ironman Triathlon: Different Horses on the Same Courses”. Sports Med 48, 2423–2424 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-018-0971-8

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