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Differences in agility tests in male and female U16 and U18 basketball players


Knjaz, Damir; Radaković, Igor; Matković, Branka; Devrnja, Antonela; Šimunović, Danijela
Differences in agility tests in male and female U16 and U18 basketball players // Sport and quality of life: book of abstracts / Zvonař, Martin (ur.).
Brno: Masryk University, 2017. str. 43-43 (ostalo, recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Differences in agility tests in male and female U16 and U18 basketball players

Autori
Knjaz, Damir ; Radaković, Igor ; Matković, Branka ; Devrnja, Antonela ; Šimunović, Danijela

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Sport and quality of life: book of abstracts / Zvonař, Martin - Brno : Masryk University, 2017, 43-43

ISBN
978-80-210-8816-0

Skup
11th International Conference on Kinathropology

Mjesto i datum
Brno, Češka, 29.11.-1.12.2017.

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Ostalo

Vrsta recenzije
Recenziran

Ključne riječi
Basketball, agility, youth national team

Sažetak
The aim of this study is to determine and analyze differences in agility tests in both male and female U16 and U18 national basketball team. For this purpose, 30 male and 22 female national level basketball players were tested. Both genders were divided into U16 and U18 groups. U16 male players had an average 15, 27 ± 0, 67 year, body height of 192, 41±6, 22 cm, body weight of 79, 80±9, 57 kg, U16 female were average 15, 45±0, 93 year, body height of 179, 63±4, 89 cm, body weight of 69, 39±8 , 92. U18 male players were 16, 66±0, 78 year, body height 192, 35±7, 27 cm, body weight of 84, 23±8, 10 and U18 female players had 17, 09±0, 7 year, body height of 176, 94±6, 36 cm, body weight of 70, 86±8, 66 kg. Testing was conducted of 3 agility tests: 20 yard test (frontal agility with 180°turn), side steps test (lateral agility) and T-drill test (combined frontal-lateral agility). Variable that was observed in each test was time from start to end of test that was measured with photocells. The collected data were processed with Statistica v12. Descriptive parameters showed better results of U18 players in all 3 agility tests. T-test for independent samples were used to determine significant differences between groups. The results of this study indicate that there were significant difference in 20 yard (F=1.28, p<0.00) and T-drill (F=1.71, p<0.00) testperformed by male basketball player. Results between male U16 and U18 youth athletes in side steps test showed no significantdifference. Furthermore, female groups did not have significant difference in any of three agility tests.The assumption is that the difference in tests is mostly caused by differences in physical growth and development between two groups. In future research one should observe level of running and direction change technique parameters on time values of each agility test.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kineziologija



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb,
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