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"But once we start doing the rehearsals and classes you are so busy concentrating you don't have time to think about jet-lag." Iain, whose roles on this tour include Prince Florimund in Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty and Daphnis in Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe, has also faced the challenge of dancing with an unfamiliar partner, Royal Ballet principal Tamara Rojo.
ALBION Olympian Gianni Zuiverloon has revealed the secret behind beating his Beijing jet-lag - daytime TV!
Jet lag is "a mismatch between 'body clock time' and the new local time," Thomas Reilly and colleagues explain in "Coping with Jet-Lag: A Position Statement for the European College of Sport Science" (European Journal of Sport Science.
Baghdatis, a late call-up after top-ranked Federer's stomach complaint, shrugged off his jet-lag to register a 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory over Nikolay Davydenko.
British Airways has called in a sleep researcher to find a cure for jet-lag.
On their first day home, two-thirds of the physicians showed a marked increase in jet-lag symptoms, with gradual improvement over the next five days.