THE INFLUENCE OF SOME RELEVANT BIOMECHANICAL PARAMETERS ON THE RESULTS IN THE DISCIPLINE 100 METERS IN BUTTERFLY SWIMMING IN WOMEN’S SWIMMING EVENTS AT THE OLIMPIC GAMES IN ATLANTA – 1996

Natasha Meshkovska, Daniel Trbogazov, Sanja Trajkovska and Vladan Markovic

The investigation was conducted on a stratified sample of 16 woman swimmers, participants in the final competitions (A and B final), in discipline 100 meters in butterfly swimming of women’s swimming at the Olympic games held in Atlanta 1996. Eight (8) biomechanical variables, relevant for specific events were analyzed. Regression analysis was applied and it was obtained a significant impact of the biomechanical (predictor) variables on the final result (FREZ). On the basis of the obtained result we conclude that all of the hypotheses were corroborated.

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