There are quite a few supplements which claim to reduce muscle damage; creatine is one of them. The implications of this claim is quicker recovery, reduced soreness, and increased performance gains. There has been plenty of research conducted on whether or not creatine supplementation reduces muscle damage.
High intensity exercise is characterized by, "brief, intermittent bouts of vigorous exercise interspersed by periods of rest or low intensity activity." If the limiting factor of this activity is slow ATP synthesis, supplementing may show some improvement.
The research on creatine and cardio was at best, mixed. While cardio is long and low or moderate intensity, sprints are typically shorter and done at a much higher intensity. What we know about creatine means that it should be a perfect match for this short but high intensity type of exercise.
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