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  1. APCST 2005, September 11-14, Tokyo
  2. Lic. Thesis
  3. ICSNS2006, June 18.-20.2006, Vuokatti, Finland
  4. APCST 2007, September 23-26, Singapore
  5. 7th ISEA Conference 2-6 June 2008 in Biarritz
  6. What we have to do to make our skis glide faster?
  7. IBU Warning
  8. Summa Summarum of health-improving (?) skiing
  9. Why our ski poles are round?
  10. Ph.D. Thesis
  11. Circular vs triangular cross sections: some thoughts about bending stiffness

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KUZMIN, L. & TINNSTEN, M. (2005) Contact angles on the running surfaces of cross-country skis. IN SUBIC, A. & UJIHASHI, S. (Eds.) The Impact of Technology on Sport. Melbourne, Australia, Australasian Sports Technology Alliance Pty Ltd.

KUZMIN, L. & TINNSTEN, M. (2006) Dirt absorption on the ski running surface - quantification and influence on the gliding ability. Sports Engineering, 9, 137-146.

KUZMIN, L. & TINNSTEN, M. (2007) The contamination, wettability and gliding ability of ski running surfaces. IN LINNAMO, V., KOMI, P. V. & MÜLLER, E. (Eds.) Science and Nordic Skiing. London, UK, Meyer & Meyer Sport.

KUZMIN, L. & TINNSTEN, M. (2007) Estimation of dirt attraction on running surfaces of cross-country skis. IN SUBIC, A., UJIHASHI, S. & FUSS, F. K. (Eds.) The Impact of Technology on Sport II. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Group.

KUZMIN, L. & TINNSTEN, M. (2008) Hot Glide Wax Treatment and the Hardness of the Ski Running Surface. IN ESTIVALET, M. & BRISSON, P. (Eds.) The Engineering of Sport 7, Vol. 2. Paris, Springer-Verlag France.