Comparison of the Motor Performances of 11 and 12 Years Old Boys and Girls Skiing Athletes
Journal of Education and Training Studies
The aim in this study, will comparison anthropometric characteristics and motor performance tests to be between according to the ages of boys and girls ski athletes. A total of 41 Girls and 47 Boys ski athletes participated in this study voluntarily. One Wey ANOVA and LSD tests were used.In this study, there were differences in height and body weights statistical (p <0.001). 12 year old girl ski athletes were taller. Again, the body weight of girls is higher than men. In this study, the Sit and
... Reach Test values of girls and boys at 11 years of age were significantly higher than the values of boys and girls at 12 years of age (p <0.001). There was no difference between boys and girls (p> 0.05). The flamingo test values of boys and girls 11 and 12 aged changed according to gender and age statistical (p <0.01). The plate tapping test values of boys and girls 11 and 12 aged changed according to gender and age not statistical (p >0.05). It was statistically significant that girls' sit up and Standing Long Jump value was better than boys (p <0.001). It was statistically significant that boys' Bent Arm Hang test and mini cooper test was better than girls (p <0.001).Conclusion: Anthropometric characteristics and motor performance tests were found to be within normal limits according to the ages of boys and girls ski athletes. Physical characteristics and motor performance parameters can change according age and sex for 11 and 12 aged Child. For ski training and education's plans, according age and gender should be taken into consideration on child.