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|Title:||Structure and content of competitive activity of 15-17 years old badminton players|
|Citation:||Karatnyk I. Structure and content of competitive activity of 15-17 years old badminton players / Karatnyk Ivan, Hrechaniuk Oksana, Pityn Marian // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2015. - Vol. 15, is. 4. - P. 834-837. (Scopus)|
|Abstract:||Rational management of sportsmen training is possible only if is available objective information about the structure and content of a particular competitive sportsmen (team) and comparison of these parameters with model parameters of competitive activity of elite level sportsmen in the respective sports. Aim of the research is to analyze the content of the indicator of competitive activity of qualified badminton players 15-17 years old.Research of scientific and technical literature on the analysis of competitive activity of badminton players revealed the need for modern scientific research. Summarizing the competitive activity indicators of qualified badminton players from Ukraine 15-17 years old we received the following data: the average number of shuttlecock draws in the game 36,63; the average duration of a game 11,78 min.; clean game time 3,82 min.; the average number of strokes in the game (two players) 246,33; the average number of shuttlecock draws in the match 82,42; the average duration of the match 28,99 min.; average clean match time 8,85 min.; the average number of stroke in the match 277,13 (per player); the average number of strokes in the match 554,25 (two players); average match rate 1.03 strokes per second. Ukrainian badminton players 15-17 years old of sport qualification Master of sport and Candidate for master of sport in single matches most often use next technical actions smash (14,82%); throw back (10,88 %), stand (10,13%); strokes below: in the grid zone – 9,87% and in the back zone – 7,94%; high long strokes – 8,29%; short serve – 8,01%; shortened stroke – 7,59%; high serve – 6,8%. Content analysis of competitive activity of qualified badminton players 15-17 years old and its comparison with the world leading sportsmen shows that badminton becomes more tempo kind of sport and Ukrainian badminton players should pay attention to the use of such technical actions as: high long strokes, sweep, throw back (“candle”), stand, transfer. Changes in the rules of badminton have increased the speed of the game. This requires a correction in the educational, methodological and training process of badminton players.|
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