11. Uluslararası Spor Bilimleri Kongresi , Antalya, Türkiye, 10 - 12 Kasım 2010, ss.980-982
The aim of this study was to analyze the jumping and force parameters affecting the kinematics and
sprint performance of stride length in 20, 40, 60 and 80th meters during the 100m sprint run. 14
female athletes voluntarily participated in this study (age=19.15±3.18 year, height=162.33±3.09cm,
body weight=54.50±3.44kg, body fat%=8.42±3.01, 100m time=13.3±.60, training year=5.64±2.34).
Anthropometric measurements, Squat Jump (SJ), Counter Movement Jump (CMJ), standing long
jumping, standing three-step, standing five-step and standing ten-step jumping tests were
administered to the participants. For kinematic analysis 100m sprint run was recorded by 4 cameras
placed 20m apart. A 5th camera was used to determine the number of the steps during 100m run.
Kinematic analysis was performed by identifying 18 anthropometric points and adding the 6 points
of calibration cage to this fix point. A direct linear transformation method was employed to convert
the results to a mathematical model. The best indicators of 100m running time were the speed of
the center of gravity in the 80m (r=-.86; p>0.05) and the standing ten-step jumping (r=-.75; p>0.05).
The speed of the center of gravity in the 20, 40 and 60 meters were correlated with standing tenstep jumping (respectively, r=.74, r=.68, r=.76; p>0.05). Standing long jumping performance
associated with the 40m stride length (r=.62; p>0.05). A strong relationship was found between CMJ
and 100m running time (r=-.79; p>0.05). The following regression formulas have been developed
predicting 100m running time: 100m running time=17.168208-0.110204 x (CMJ); 100m running
time=22.795469-0.390397 x (standing ten-step jumping).