Document Type : Original Articles

Authors

1 PhD in corrective exercises and sports injuries. Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Kish International campus, university of Tehran, Kish, Iran

2 Department of Health and Exercise Rehabilitation, Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran, Iran,

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Corrective Exercises and Sport Injury, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

4 Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Kish International University, Kish, Iran

5 Center of Excellence for Occupational Health, Occupational Health and Safety Research Center, School of Public Health, Hamadan University of Medical Sciences, Hamadan, Iran

10.30476/jrsr.2021.89231.1128

Abstract

Objectives: The present study is a correlational study that was conducted to obtain complete and accurate information by examining “the relationship between diving score and dynamic malalignment of Hip, Knee, and Ankle on a 1 m springboard by elite male divers.”
Methods: The subjects of this study were the 12 top divers of the Iranian League Championship. The subjects performed the FDS technique in one of two ways either the "Hurdle Pre-Flight" or "Hurdle Flight”, and the head coach gave them scores. The x and y coordinates of each marker were estimated using the KINOVEA software. The relationship between the performance score of "FDS" and dynamic malalignment of Ankle, Knee, and Hip joints in the frontal plane at each step was determined using “Generalized Estimating Equation” (GEE) with the “Identity Function” and the “Normal Distribution”.
Results: There was a significant inverse relationship between FDS score and “L. There was a significant inverse relationship between FDS score and “R. dynamic ankle malalignment in both “HF” and “HPF” steps had a significant inverse relationship with Coach Score
Conclusions: There was a significant inverse relationship between FDS score and “Ankle Eversion/ Eversion, Knee and Hip Abduction/ Adduction” in Swing or Stance Leg.

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