BMJ’s Karim Khan asked Rachel Turner a few questions about new hypoxic (altitude) training models and practical aspects from a medical perspective.

A postgraduate researcher from Limerick University, Rachel was a member of the specialist team at the Altitude Centre UK. Her current work is predominantly focused on the optimization of hypoxic training practices in elite sport. Rachel is based at the newly established National Altitude Training Centre (NATC), a residential normobaric hypoxic facility on campus.

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