Countermovement Jump Height as an Indicator of Sprint Performance in Female Division 2 Track and Field Athletes

Countermovement Jump Height as an Indicator of Sprint Performance in Female Division 2 Track and Field Athletes
Research paper
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This study explores indicators of sprinting ability in Division 2 female Track and Field athletes, while also suggesting a protocol for athlete monitoring within the sport of Track and Field. Statistical analysis resulted in significant use of vertical jump height for predicting 10- and 40-meter sprint performances.

Arete: The PLNU Honors Journal

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