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Olimpik Badminton Sporcularının Ralli Vuruş Çeşitliliği, Yüklenme ve Dinlenme İlişkisinin Analizi

Badminton is an Olympic sports branch that all age groups can play easily and that its playing and watching are rather high. Since this sports branch that is rather widespread in many countries has a very suitable structure as both performance sports and as for public health, has become quite widespread. This research was made in order to determine what kind of kick diversity of the competitions had that Olympic badminton players on the elite level did in Olympic Games at rally basis. In addition to this, in order to determine whether badminton sports has a different character or not in terms of gender factor by making time analysis of loadings and resting taken place during the game and in which direction it shows similarity or doesn’t constitutes another aim of this research. Six top-level semi-final, third and fourth competition and final competition that the Olympic badminton players on the elite level made realize during Olympic Games constitute the universe of this study. In this study, totally six competitions were dealt from badminton single matches and 14 set, 505 rallies and 5791 kicks were analyzed in these competitions. The total period of the competitions whose analysis was made was 5 hours and 51 minutes and it was determined that the six out of total nine kick diversities was affected from the gender factor and that kick diversity and preferences showed differences according to gender (P>0.05). While there was not any difference statistically among the groups in terms of game time played at every rally (Th = 0,1461, P>0.05), it was found that men athletes had 1: 2.76 unit, women athletes had 1:2.50 unit loading and resting rates in terms of resting periods between rallies. Besides, it was concluded that there was a significant difference statistically in terms of resting periods between men and women athletes (P<0.05). As the result of the research, it was concluded that even though the game rules were the same, men and women Olympic badminton athletes showed a different game character and performance depending on kick diversity.



Keywords
Badminton, Olympic Athletes, Game Analysis, Kicking Diversity



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