Abstract accepted in ISBS Melbourne 2012

One abstract is accepted in 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sport (Melbourne, Australia, July 2012).

The study entitled “STRIDE LENGTH REGULATION AT THE APPROACH PHASE OF LONG JUMP IN VISUALLY IMPAIRED (F12 CLASS) ATHLETES” and the authors are: Apostolos, Theodorou 1; Skordilis, Emmanouil 1; Plainis, Sotiris 2; Evagelos, Tasoulas 3; Vassilios, Panoutsakopoulos 4; Padulles-Riu, Josep 5; Torralba-Jordan, Miguel 6; Flora Panteli 1.

1 – Dept. of P.E. & Sport Sciences, University of Athens, Greece; 2 – Institute of Vision and Optics, University of Crete, Greece; 3 – Hellenic Amateur Athletics Federation, Greece; 4 – Dept. of P.E. & Sport Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; 5 – National Institute of Physical Education of Catalonia (INEFC); 6 – Dept. of Didactics of Musical Expression, University of Barcelona;

The study examined whether long jumpers with visual impairment (class F12) demonstrate at the approach run the same pattern of footfall variability across trials as athletes without visual impairment (n=10).

Un abstract ha estat acceptat al 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sport (Melbourne, Australia, July 2012).

L’estudi té per títol “STRIDE LENGTH REGULATION AT THE APPROACH PHASE OF LONG JUMP IN VISUALLY IMPAIRED (F12 CLASS) ATHLETES” i els autors són: Apostolos, Theodorou 1; Skordilis, Emmanouil 1; Plainis, Sotiris 2; Evagelos, Tasoulas 3; Vassilios, Panoutsakopoulos 4; Padulles-Riu, Josep 5; Torralba-Jordan, Miguel 6; Flora Panteli 1.

L’estudi va examinar saltadors de longitud amb deficiència visual (classe F12) valorant si tenen un patró de variabilitat de petjada en tots els assajos com els atletes sense discapacitat visual (n = 10).

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