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The science and art of training with power

For the past four years, University of Colorado doctoral student Allen Lim has been conducting research on some of the top cyclists in the U.S. pro peloton. This Friday, Lim will give a lecture on the use of power meters in cycling training, to be followed by a roundtable discussion featuring several top professionals. The evening, entitled "The science and art of training with power," will feature a presentation by Lim on his doctoral research, followed by a panel featuring Jonathan Vaughters, Clark Sheehan, Doug Ziewacz, Michael Barry, Dede Demet Barry and Colby Pearce. The event will take

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By VeloNews Interactive

For the past four years, University of Colorado doctoral student Allen Lim has been conducting research on some of the top cyclists in the U.S. pro peloton. This Friday, Lim will give a lecture on the use of power meters in cycling training, to be followed by a roundtable discussion featuring several top professionals. The evening, entitled “The science and art of training with power,” will feature a presentation by Lim on his doctoral research, followed by a panel featuring Jonathan Vaughters, Clark Sheehan, Doug Ziewacz, Michael Barry, Dede Demet Barry and Colby Pearce. The event will take place November 30, on the campus of the University of Colorado-Boulder, room Chem-142, from 7-9 p.m. Admission for the event is free, with a suggested donation of $10. For more information, contact Allen Lim, limh@colorado.edu.