Geriausių šaulių rezultatų pasaulio čempionatuose ir olimpinėse žaidynėse analizė

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Title translated into German:Die Analyse der Ergebnisse der weltbesten Schützen bei Weltmeisterschaften und Olympischen Spielen
Author:Bulotienė, Daiva; Venclovaite, Laimute; Papievienė, Vilma; Alekrinskis, Aleksandras
Published in:Sporto mokslas
Published:2007, 1=47, S. 32-35, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:Lithuanian
ISSN:1392-1401, 2424-3949
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Identification number:PU201003003160
Source:BISp

Abstract

Research aim was to analyze the results of the best shooters in world championships and the Olympic Games. The researchers analyzed the results of men and women’s pistol shooting at the world championships and the Olympic Games of 1996-2004. lt was established that the conciseness of women pistol shooting results from the distance of 10 and 25 meters at the world championships was greater than in the Olympic Games. In 1996 and 2004 the difference in Sports results from the distance of 10 meters between the finalists and those who took the 41-50th places was 8.97-17.38 per cent, and in the world championships it was only 2.40-2.83 per cent. lt was noticed that in the last years (2002-2004) the women shooters, who were medal winners in the most important competitions, did not show their best results in the qualifying competitions, and their final result was determined by the final shooting series. The best women pistol shooting results were produced in the Olympic Games of 1996 from the distance of 10 meters, and in 2000 from the distance of 25 meters. The best men shooting results from the distance of 10 meters were achieved at the Olympic Games of 2004, from the distance of 50 meters – in the world championship of 1988, and in 25 meters rapid fire – at the Olympic Games of 1996. Men winners of the world championships and the Olympic Games not always achieved their best results in the qualifying competitions, and their final results were determined by the final series. For other athletes the victory was determined by the successful shooting series in the qualifying competitions, although in the final competition they were not so successful. It was established that shooters who achieved their best results in both qualifying and final competitions were rather few. Verf.-Referat