Study on the Duration of High Jump Approach in Junior Female Athletes


  • Aura Balaban National University of Physical Education and Sports, Bucharest, Romania
  • Gloria Rață “Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacău, Romania
  • Andreea Georgescu Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania
  • Bogdan Constantin Rață “Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacău, Romania



approach run, high jump, duration, travel time, performance


The study aims to highlight the running time and the number of steps in the high jump at the National Athletics Championships in the category of Juniors I and II, held in the "Lia Manoliu" Athletics Hall in Bucharest, in the 2020 indoor competitive season. To the research six girls, 16-17 years old, participated. In the two competitions, the running time on the elk and the number of steps were recorded for each trial. The analysis of the data revealed differences in terms of the time to complete the moose, but also a constancy in the 6 jumpers. Differences were found between the number of steps taken by the elk and the maximum performance achieved by each jumper, a good Pearson correlation value calculated for the number of steps and the mean time recorded for running the elk (with
values of .998 and .986), which confirms the research hypothesis.


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