- over- + exertion (Wiktionary)
“Keeping dry and comfortable without overexertion is the key to an all out day in the most frigid conditions.”
“The consequences of short-term overexertion with regard to the daily working time were considered negligible, and it was assumed that a doubling of the tractive effort (e.g. for pulling vehicles uphill) could best be compensated for by cutting the speed in half.”
“Fran Crippen, the former University of Virginia swimmer, died of "overexertion," United Arab Emirates swimming officials said in Dubai.”
“They are, for years, conscious of a central failure of power from slight causes, such as overexertion, trouble, broken rest, or too long abstinence from food.”
“FINA's president said Sunday that "overexertion" led to Crippen's death.”
“Julio Maglione, Fina's president, said that "overexertion" led to the 26 year-old's death at the World Cup event at Fujairah, east of Dubai, after the 2009 world bronze medallist was found 2km from the finish following a search by fellow swimmers and divers.”
“FINA's president said Sunday that "overexertion" led to Crippen's death and FINA had launched in investigation into the tragedy.”
“UAE says 'overexertion' led to death of U.S. swimmer Crippen”
“DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- United Arab Emirates swimming officials said Sunday that "overexertion" led to the death of U.S. national team swimmer Fran Crippen and denied reports that the American had a heart attack during a race the day before.”
“UAE says 'overexertion' led to death of American swimmer Fran Crippen in open swim race”
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