The Comparative Study on Characteristics of Antagonistic Event-Group Athletes’ Competitive Ability


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This paper is based on the athlete’s competitive ability theory model, chosing seven antagonistic events to study. By mathematical dealing with every event’s competitive ability factors and comparing the weight number of each factor within and between sub event-groups to get the different or same characteristics in these events. The result is that the weight numbers in different events are different, which reflects the imbalance development of competitive ability. Specials’ competitive ability characteristics focus on the consistent weight numbers of condition ability, sport tactics and sport intellect and the difference of weight numbers of body shape, body function and sport technique.



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Yanwen Wu




Y. H. Hu et al., "The Comparative Study on Characteristics of Antagonistic Event-Group Athletes’ Competitive Ability", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 187, pp. 13-17, 2011

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February 2011




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