Sports Education Chart database has been the largest database of physical and motor development of children and youth in Slovenia from the year 1986 until now. The main purpose of the master's thesis was to review and analyse all the diplomas, master's theses and doctoral dissertations that were based on the SLOfit data and were written between the years 1997 and 2006 at the Faculty of Sport in the University of Ljubljana. The number of graduates, their names and surnames came from Zbornik Fakultete za šport Univerze v Ljubljani 1960–2010. We searched for the titles and key words of theses with the help of the virtual library COBISS, as well as in print form at the library of the Faculty of Sport in Ljubljana. From the 1st of January 1997 to the 31st of December 2006 there were 1271 theses written at the Faculty of Sport and 29 (2,3%) of them were based on data from the collection of Sports Educational Chart. Of the 29 theses, there were 25 diplomas, 3 master's theses and 1 doctoral dissertation. Among the authors there were 19 male and 12 female students. The primary school population was treated more frequently than the secondary school population and boys more often than girls, although most of the final theses analysed results of both genders. The sample of the test subjects in the theses is mainly represented by the general population. In the twelve theses where the authors focused on particular gender, they observed selected samples. Among the physical fitness factors, we found that most authors studied individual indicators of motor efficiency together with the anthropological indicators. The conclusions of the final theses most often indicated positive trends in the anthropological characteristics and the motor abilities of selected samples, and negative changes in trends of the general population.