Анализ закономерности прироста мировых рекордов в подводном спорте (плавание в ластах)=World records in finswimming sport: Growth profiling analysis
Московченко О. Н
Толстопятов, И. А.
Реди, Е. В.
Иваницкий, В. В.
Захарова, Л. В.
Институт физической культуры, спорта и туризма
Кафедра физической культуры
Journal Name:Теория и практика физической культуры=Teoriya i Praktika Fizicheskoy Kultury
Journal Quartile in Scopus:Q3
Journal Quartile in Web of Science:без квартиля
Bibliographic Citation:Московченко О. Н. Анализ закономерности прироста мировых рекордов в подводном спорте (плавание в ластах)=World records in finswimming sport: Growth profiling analysis [Текст] / Московченко О. Н, И. А. Толстопятов, Е. В. Реди, В. В. Иваницкий, Л. В. Захарова // Теория и практика физической культуры=Teoriya i Praktika Fizicheskoy Kultury. — 2019. — № 3. — С. 70-72
The finswimming discipline has been cultivated since 1969 and still remains one of the most popular and spectacular disciplines of underwater sports recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Championships of Russia, Europe, world championships as well as Russian and World Cups are being held in this discipline with records of senior and junior finswimmers being registered. However, it should be noted that the analysis of the dynamics of world records is beyond the scope of attention of trainers and researchers, as confirmed by other researchers. Subject to the study was the world record statistics in the 100/ 200/ 400/ 800m surface finswimming; 400/ 800m women’s apnoe finswimming ;100/ 200/ 400/ 800/ 1500m surface finswimming; and 100/ 400m men’s apnoe finswimming events, with the top-ten results in the European and World Championships mined for analysis. The first stage of the study was intended to profile the world record growth rates in 1970 to 1974 followed by the world record flow analysis as of October 1974, 2004 and 2014, with the record times and speeds being subject to the analysis. The study data and analysis show certain logics in the world record growth statistics, with the highest growth rates found for the sprint events. The study data and findings may be beneficial for the finswimming training system designs and progress forecasts.