Determination of the external load Elite men’s Olympic Triathlon and its correlation with the overall perfomance result

Determination of the external load Elite men’s Olympic Triathlon and its correlation with the overall perfomance result
 

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Olympic Triathlon is a combined endurance sport, which includes back-toback swimming, cycling and running, always in that order an with total time measurements including the transition between events. The goal of the current study was to analyze the transition time during nine international, toplevel, competitive event (6 World Championship and 3 Olympic Games men‘s events), in particular the Lost Time T1 and T2 and its correlation with the final race scores. The results showed that the percentages of total time corresponding to each segment of the race an the transition times from segment to segment were: 16,2% for the swim, 0,74% for the swim-bike transition (T1), 53,07% for the bike-ride, 0,47% of the time for the bike-run transition (T2), and finally 29,5% for the run. The correlation coefficients between time durations of segments and transitions, and the final overall classification were r=0,36 for the swim, r=0,25 for T1, r=0,34 for the Lost Time T1, r=0,62 for the bike-ride, r=0,33 for T2, r=0,43 for the Lost Time T2, r=0,83 for the run. In conclusion, determining the Lost Time T2 may contribute significant information about the performance in Elite Olympic Triathlon. The run seems to be strongly related to performance success PARA CONOCER MÁS ACERCA DE NUESTRO TRABAJO Y LOS SERVICIOS QUE BRINDAMOS PUEDEN DIRIGIRSE A: www.allinyourmind.es

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