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The underwater phase of the swimming start has been found to be the most important factor in determining overall start performance. This research project aimed to find the minimum number of anatomical landmarks, which when digitised still provide a sufficient characterisation of the whole body centre of gravity (CoG) trajectory during the underwater phase of a swimming start. In order to assess this, 10 dive trials were analysed using a variety of combinations of anatomical landmarks to allowdoi:10.1016/j.jsams.2014.10.005 pmid:25455956 fatcat:ikwyo2r7nfgyxe43zyqioxccrq