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Facta universitatis - series: Physical Education and Sport
2013, vol. 11, br. 3, str. 285-297
jezik rada: engleski
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Razlike u vremenu potrebnom za startnu reakciju i postignute rezultate u finalu discipline sprint na svetskom prvenstvu u Moskvi
aFaculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
bUniverzitet u Nišu, Fakultet fizičke kulture
cFaculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Nikšić, Montenegro
dFaculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of East Sarajevo, Republic of Republic, B&H

e-adresa: pavlovicratko@yahoo.co

Sažetak

U sprint disciplinama, start i početak ubrzanja igraju jako važnu ulogu koju definiše krajnji rezultat. U zavisnosti od odgovarajućih pojedinačnih morfoloških dimenzija, naročito u pogledu motoričkih i funkcionalnih sposobnosti učesnika, neophodni je utvrditi uslove za primenu ovih parametara. Uprkos tome, odlični rezultati koji se postižu, i razlike u ovim parametrima su očigledne, što ima uticaj i na krajnji ishod. Cilj ovog istraživanja bio je da se utvrde razlike u vremenu starta u finalu discipline sprint na Svetskom prvenstvu održanom u Moskvi 2013. Rezultati finalista 24 (muškaraca) i 24 (žena) koji su učestvovali u finalu u disciplinama sprint na 100m, 200m i 400m su analizirani. Početno vreme (ms) i rezultati (s) bazirani su na zvaničnim podacima objavljenim za sajtu organizacije (IAAF) su analizirani. Rezultati t-testa pokazali su da postoje statistički značajne razlike u vremenu odgovora na startu kod ispitanica u disciplinama 100m i 400m run (t=-3.227**) kao i 200m i 400m (t =-3.794**), za razliku od ispitanika kod kojih nisu utvrđene statistički značajne razlike. Takođe, u istim disciplinama nisu utvrđene statistički značajne razlike između polova, dok su se one utvrdile za discipline 100m (t=-14.860**), 200 (t=-18.331**) i 400 (t=-18.250**).

Ključne reči

sprint; Olimpijske igre; reakcija na startu; razlike

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