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1 S cientific Rese arch Project Biomechanical Analyses a t t h e Final Report Triple Jump

2 Biomechanical analyses of selected events at the 12 th IAAF World Championships in Athletics, Berlin August 2009 A Project by the German Athletics Federation ( Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband, Alsfelder Strasse 27, Darmstadt, Germany) in co-operation with IAT Leipzig OSP Berlin OSP Hessen OSP Rheinland Martin Luther-Unviersität Wittenberg-Halle Report-layout: Helmar HOMMEL (DLV) Biomechanics-Team: Helmar HOMMEL (DLV, Project Co-ordinator Marko BADURA (IAT Leipzig) Jörg BÖTTCHER (OSP Berlin) Dr. Ralf BUCKWITZ (OSP Berlin) Dr. Olaf ERNST (IAT Leipzig) Dr. Dieter GOHLITZ (IAT Leipzig) Rolf GRAUBNER (Uni Halle) Regine ISELE (OSP Hessen) Mirko LANDMANN (Uni Halle) Dr. Frank LEHMANN (IAT Leipzig) Dr. Luis MENDOZA (OSP Hessen) Ralf MÜLLER (OSP Rheinland) Eberhard NIXDORF (OSP Hessen) Dr. Bettina PERLT (IAT Leipzig) Wilko SCHAA (IAT Leipzig) Falk SCHADE (OSP Rheinland) Axel SCHLEICHARDT (IAT Leipzig) Anja STARKE (Uni Halle) Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 2

3 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Men Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 18. August 2009 Name / Att. Jump distance [m] Stride length [m] relativ dist. [%] Horizontal velocity [m/s] Loss of horizontal velocity [m/s] Vertical velocity [m/s] Angle of take-off [ ] off. real loss 2L 1L 2L 1L Idowu P. 3rd Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd Name / Att. Duration of the support phase [s] minimal Knee angle [ ] Inclination angle at touch-down [ ] Trunk angle [ ] Lead leg angle at take-off [ ] Average velocity of the lead leg [ /s] Step Jump Hop Hop Step Step J J [m] [m] [ ] [ ] [ ] Idowu P. 3rd Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd dist. fallback Landing knee angle hip angle trunk angle Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 3

4 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Men Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 18. August 2009 Idowu P. 3rd Jump distances [%] [m] Idowu P. 3rd Landing distance [m] Horizontal velocity [m/s] Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd % 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd L 1L Idowu P. 3rd Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd Vertical velocity at take-off [m/s] Angle of take-off [ ] Duration of support [s] Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 4

5 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Men Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 18. August Trunk angle [ ] Hop Hop Step Step J J minimal knee angle [ ] Step Jump Average velocity of the lead leg [ /s] Idowu P. 3rd 17,73m Idowu P. 3rd Evora N. 6th Copello A. 6th Sands L. 5th Girat A. 1st Li Y.4th Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd Gregorio J. 2nd Evora N. 6th 17,55m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 5

6 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Men Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 18. August 2009 Copello A. 6th 17,36m Sands L. 5th 17,32m Girat A. 1st 17.26m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 6

7 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Men Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 18. August 2009 Li Y.4th 17,23m Spasovkhodskiy I. 2nd 16,91m Gregorio J. 2nd 16,89m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 7

8 Triple Jump Men Final, 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin Run-Up-Velocity No. Name Att. Distance Wind 11-6m 6-1m from the Take-Off Board [m] [m/s] [m/s] [m/s] 510 Idowu Aug 09 s18:16: Idowu Aug 09 s18:35: Idowu Aug 09 s18:56: Idowu 4 x Aug 09 s19:25: Idowu 5 x Aug 09 s19:41: Evora Aug 09 s18:07: Evora 2 x Aug 09 s18:26: Evora Aug 09 s18:44: Evora 4 x Aug 09 s19:23: Evora Aug 09 s19:39: Evora Aug 09 s19:57: Copello Aug 09 s18:18: Copello Aug 09 s18:37: Copello Aug 09 s18:58: Copello 4 x Aug 09 s19:14: Copello Aug 09 s19:33: Copello Aug 09 s19:50: Sands Aug 09 s18:13: Sands Aug 09 s18:32: Sands Aug 09 s18:53: Sands Aug 09 s19:17: Sands Aug 09 s19:35: Sands Aug 09 s19:55: Girat Aug 09 s18:24: Girat Aug 09 s18:43: Girat Aug 09 s19:04: Girat Aug 09 s19:19: Girat Aug 09 s19:38: Girat Aug 09 s19:53: Li Aug 09 s18:23: Li Aug 09 s18:41: Li Aug 09 s19:02: Li Aug 09 s19:13: Li 5 x Aug 09 s19:31: Li Aug 09 s19:51: Spasovkhodskiy Aug 09 s18:10: Spasovkhodskiy Aug 09 s18:29: Spasovkhodskiy Aug 09 s18:50: Spasovkhodskiy Aug 09 s19:11: Spasovkhodskiy Aug 09 s19:29: Spasovkhodskiy 6 x Aug 09 s19:48: Gregorio 1 x Aug 09 s18:14: Gregorio Aug 09 s18:34: Gregorio Aug 09 s18:55: Gregorio Aug 09 s19:10: Gregorio 6 x Aug 09 s19:46:35 Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 8

9 Triple Jump Men Final, 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin Run-Up-Velocity No. Name Att. Distance Wind 11-6m 6-1m from the Take-Off Board [m] [m/s] [m/s] [m/s] 243 Karailiev Aug 09 s18:21: Karailiev Aug 09 s18:40: Karailiev Aug 09 s19:01: Douglas Aug 09 s18:20: Douglas Aug 09 s18:39: Douglas Aug 09 s18:59: Tamgho 1 x Aug 09 s18:11: Tamgho Aug 09 s18:31: Tamgho 3 x Aug 09 s18:51: Valukevic 1 x Aug 09 s18:09: Valukevic 2 x Aug 09 s18:28: Valukevic Aug 09 s18:46:25 Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 9

10 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Name / Att. Jump distance [m] Stride length [m] relativ dist. [%] Horizontal velocity [m/s] Loss of horizontal velocity [m/s] Vertical velocity [m/s] Angle of take-off [ ] off. real loss 2L 1L 2L 1L Savigne Y. 5th Gay M. 4th Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st Name / Att. Duration of the support phase [s] minimal Knee angle [ ] Inclination angle at touch-down [ ] Trunk angle [ ] Lead leg angle at take-off [ ] Average velocity of the lead leg [ /s] Step Jump Hop Hop Step Step J J [m] [m] [ ] [ ] [ ] Savigne Y. 5th Gay M. 4th Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st dist. fallback Landing knee angle hip angle trunk angle Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 10

11 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Savigne Y. 5th Jump distances [%] [m] Landing distance [m] Savigne Y. 5th Horizontal velocity [m/s] Gay M. 4th Gay M. 4th Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st % 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st L 1L Savigne Y. 5th Gay M. 4th Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st Vertical velocity at take-off [m/s] Angle of take-off [ ] Duration of support [s] Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 11

12 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Trunk angle [ ] minimal knee angle [ ] Average velocity of the lead leg [ /s] Hop Hop Step Step J J 120 Step Jump 400 Savigne Y. 5th Gay M. 4th Pyatykh A. 6th Topic B. 4th Smith.T. 5th Lebedeva T. 2nd Bujin C. 2nd Veldakova D. 1st Savigne Y. 5th 14,95m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 12

13 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Gay M. 4th 14,61m Pyatykh A. 6th 14,53m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 13

14 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Topic B. 4th 14,52m Smith.T. 5th 14,48m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 14

15 Biomechanical Analysis of the Triple Jump Women Final 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin 17. August 2009 Lebedeva T. 2nd 14,48m Bujin C. 2nd 14,26m Veldakova D. 1st 14,25m Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 15

16 Triple Jump Women Final, 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin Run-Up-Velocity No. Name Att. Distance Wind 11-6m 6-1m from the Take-Off Board [m] [m/s] [m/s] [m/s] 273 Savigne Aug 09 s20:09: Savigne Aug 09 s20:28: Savigne Aug 09 s20:47: Savigne Aug 09 s21:17: Savigne Aug 09 s21:28: Savigne Aug 09 s21:46: Gay Aug 09 s20:17: Gay Aug 09 s20:37: Gay Aug 09 s21:15: Gay Aug 09 s21:27: Gay Aug 09 s21:44: Pyatykh Aug 09 s20:13: Pyatykh Aug 09 s20:33: Pyatykh Aug 09 s20:53: Pyatykh Aug 09 s21:08: Pyatykh Aug 09 s21:19: Pyatykh Aug 09 s21:43: Topic Aug 09 s20:07: Topic Aug 09 s20:27: Topic Aug 09 s20:44: Topic Aug 09 s21:14: Topic Aug 09 s21:25: Topic Aug 09 s21:42: Smith Aug 09 s20:10: Smith 2 x Aug 09 s20:30: Smith 3 x Aug 09 s20:50: Smith Aug 09 s21:11: Smith Aug 09 s21:22: Smith 6 x Aug 09 s21:40: Lebedeva 1 x Aug 09 s20:12: Lebedeva Aug 09 s20:32: Lebedeva Aug 09 s20:51: Lebedeva Aug 09 s21:13: Lebedeva Aug 09 s21:25: Lebedeva Aug 09 s21:36: Bujin Aug 09 s20:06: Bujin Aug 09 s20:25: Bujin Aug 09 s20:46: Bujin Aug 09 s21:10: Bujin Aug 09 s21:21: Bujin Aug 09 s21:34: Veldakova Aug 09 s20:20: Veldakova 2 x Aug 09 s20:40: Veldakova Aug 09 s21:00: Veldakova Aug 09 s21:09: Veldakova Aug 09 s21:19: Veldakova Aug 09 s21:33:33 Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 16

17 Triple Jump Women Final, 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics - Berlin Run-Up-Velocity No. Name Att. Distance Wind 11-6m 6-1m from the Take-Off Board [m] [m/s] [m/s] [m/s] 227 Xie Aug 09 s20:18: Xie Aug 09 s20:38: Xie Aug 09 s20:59: Rypakova 1 x Aug 09 s20:14: Rypakova Aug 09 s20:35: Rypakova Aug 09 s20:55: Nzola Meso Aug 09 s20:22: Nzola Meso Aug 09 s20:42: Nzola Meso 3 x Aug 09 s21:02: DeOliveira 1 x Aug 09 s20:05: DeOliveira Aug 09 s20:24:24 Biomechanics Report World Championships 2009 Berlin Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband Page: 17

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