Kinetic and Kinematic Determinants of Female Sprint Performance

Abstract: This study elucidated spatiotemporal and ground reaction force determinants of running speed and acceleration for female sprinters during the entire sprinting. Fifteen female sprinters completed 60 m sprints. Kinematic and kinetic variables were measured using force platforms over a 50 m distance from the start. Results demonstrated that higher step frequency (11th–27th steps, r ...

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