The purposes of this study were to identify kinematic variables that govern successful performance and judges' scores and to establish correlative relationships among those variables of Yurchenko layout with a full twist in female vaults. Thirty-two vaults data were collected from national competition by four video cameras (60Hz sampling rate). The obtained scores from judges’ decision were mainly affected by post-flight peak height, horse contact time, knee angle at landing, and horse take-off angle. Modified deterministic model showed that round-off entrance and take-off angles and resultant velocity of the CM were the starting variables affecting performance in following kinematic variables. Knee angle at landing, a highly influential variable on the obtained point, was only determined by judges’ decision without significant relationship with previous kinematic variables.
Kim, Young-Kwan and Park, Cheol-Hee
"THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF YURCHENKO LAYOUT WITH 360° TWIST IN FEMALE VAULTS: MODIFIED DETERMINISTIC MODEL AND JUDGES’ SCORES,"
ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 35:
1, Article 30.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/isbs/vol35/iss1/30