Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim

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    Abstract

    The aim of the study was to establish the changes in co-ordination that occur during a 100 m breaststroke swim from a water start by: 1) measuring the kinematic changes that occur as the swimmer progressed through the four laps and, 2) analysing the co-ordination of the arms and legs (transition phase) corresponding to the time between the end of the leg propulsion and the start of the arm propulsion phases. Breaststroke participants (n=8, females and n=18, males) performed a 100 m maximal swim in a 25 m pool. They were recorded underwater using three 50 Hz cameras (one at each end of the pool and one mounted on a trolley). The last three strokes prior to turns were analysed. Significant changes in clean swim speed (p
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBiomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI.
    EditorsPer-Ludvik Kjendlie, Robert Keig Stallman, Jan Cabri
    Place of PublicationOslo, Norway
    PublisherNorwegian School of Sport Science
    Pages142-145
    ISBN (Print)ISBN 978-82-502-0438-6 (printed), ISBN 978-82-502-0439-3 (electronic / pdf version)
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Leg
    Phase Transition
    Biomechanical Phenomena
    Arm
    Stroke
    Water

    Bibliographical note

    This is a published conference paper from the Proceedings of the XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics
    and Medicine in Swimming, Oslo, 16th -19th June 2010. It is freely available on the Norwegian School of Sport Science website at http://www.nih.no/upload/BMS2010/Documents/BMS2010_BMS_XI_final_lowres.pdf

    Keywords

    • biomechanics
    • swimming
    • breaststroke
    • endurance
    • transition phase
    • stroke rate
    • stroke length
    • co-ordination

    Cite this

    Oxford, S. W., Price, M., Payton, C., & James, R. S. (2010). Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim. In P-L. Kjendlie, R. K. Stallman, & J. Cabri (Eds.), Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI. (pp. 142-145). Oslo, Norway: Norwegian School of Sport Science.

    Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim. / Oxford, Samuel W.; Price, Mike; Payton, C.; James, Robert S.

    Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI.. ed. / Per-Ludvik Kjendlie; Robert Keig Stallman; Jan Cabri. Oslo, Norway : Norwegian School of Sport Science, 2010. p. 142-145.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Oxford, SW, Price, M, Payton, C & James, RS 2010, Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim. in P-L Kjendlie, RK Stallman & J Cabri (eds), Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI.. Norwegian School of Sport Science, Oslo, Norway, pp. 142-145.
    Oxford SW, Price M, Payton C, James RS. Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim. In Kjendlie P-L, Stallman RK, Cabri J, editors, Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI.. Oslo, Norway: Norwegian School of Sport Science. 2010. p. 142-145
    Oxford, Samuel W. ; Price, Mike ; Payton, C. ; James, Robert S. / Co-ordination Changes during a Maximal Effort 100 m Short Course Breaststroke Swim. Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming XI.. editor / Per-Ludvik Kjendlie ; Robert Keig Stallman ; Jan Cabri. Oslo, Norway : Norwegian School of Sport Science, 2010. pp. 142-145
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