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Analiza tekmovalnih rezultatov slovenskih tekmovalk in tekmovalcev na veliki prožni ponjavi med leti 2015–2017 : diplomsko delo
Vrbec, Urša (Author), Čuk, Ivan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V diplomski nalogi smo preučevali spreminjanje rezultatov slovenskih tekmovalk in tekmovalcev na veliki prožni ponjavi med leti 2015–2017. Naš cilj je bil ugotoviti, ali slovenski tekmovalci in tekmovalke napredujejo in kaj jim manjka v primerjavi s tujimi tekmovalci. Rezultate vseh mednarodnih tekmovanj, katerih so se preiskovanci udeležili, smo pridobili s spletnih strani, jih razvrstili v kronološko smiselno zaporedje ter jih grafično prikazali ločeno po parametrih: čas leta, težavnost, izvedba, vodoravno pomikanje in končna ocena. Izdelali smo tudi tabele, ki natančno prikazujejo rezultate tekmovalcev. Poleg slovenskih tekmovalk in tekmovalcev smo analizirali tudi dobitnice in dobitnike olimpijskih medalj iz Ria de Janeira 2016 ter jih medsebojno primerjali. Ugotovili smo, da slovenski tekmovalci iz tekme v tekmo napredujejo. Napredek je opazen pri prav vseh spremenljivkah, še posebej pa pri končnih ocenah kvalifikacij, ki so jih tekmovalci izboljšali za več kot deset točk. Ne glede na napredek pa še vedno opazimo velik zaostanek za tujimi tekmovalci. Primerjamo se lahko le v oceni vodoravnega pomikanja. Pri analizi rezultatov tujih tekmovalcev je razvidna tudi ciklizacija oz. stopnjevanje športne forme. Stopnjuje se do olimpijskih iger, nato pa nekoliko pade. Nekatere tekmovalke po olimpijskih igrah sploh niso več tekmovale. Slovenski tekmovalci se v primerjavi s tujimi udeležujejo bistveno manj mednarodnih tekmovanj, le-ta pa so po navadi tudi nižjega kakovostnega razreda.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:velika prožna ponjava, tekmovalni rezultati, težavnost, izvedba, čas leta, vodoravno pomikanje, končna ocena, mednarodna tekmovanja
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FŠ - Faculty of Sport
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:5395377 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Analysis of the competiton results of slovenian competitors on the trampoline in the years 2015–2017
Abstract:
In this thesis we studied the changes of the results of Slovenian competitors on the trampoline in the years 2015-2017. Our goal was to find out whether Slovenian competitors are progressing and what they are lacking in comparison to foreign competitors. The results of all international competitions that the subjects of the study attended were aquired from web sites, classified into a sensible chronological order and graphically displayed separately according to the parameters: time of flight, difficulty, performance, horizontal movement and final score. We found out that Slovenian competitors show progress from competition to competition. The progress is noticable with all of the variables, especially with the final scores of qualifications, which the competitors improved by more than ten points. Regardless of the progress we still see a backlog in comparison to foreign competitors. We can only compare the score of horizontal movement. When analyzing the results of foreign competitors, cyclization or escalation of sports form is evident. It goes up until the olympic games and then falls slightly, some competitors did not even compete after the olympic games. Slovenian competitors participate in significantly fewer international competitions in comparison to foreign competitors and those are usually of lower quality grade.

Keywords:trampoline, competition results, difficulty, performance, time of flight, horizontal movement, final score, international competitions

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