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Are the athletes in familiar surroundings or have they traveled to undertake competition? What is the food availability in these surroundings? 2 • What other practical considerations affect competition nutrition strategies? Is the athlete's nutrition affected by financial constraints, or religious or social practices? • Do gastrointestinal problems commonly occur? Are these affected by pre-exercise intake? Is hydration status markedly affected during exercise? What amount and type of fluid and/or food might be needed during exercise?