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Average weights and speeds of athletes for different distances and sports

Average weights and speeds of athletes for different distances and sports

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... spite of the weak dependence of speed on the mass at individual dis- tances, in the case of running, swimming, cycling, and skiing, we can see an obvious reduction the average weight of the stayers in comparison with the sprinters in Figs. 1-3, 5 and in Table 1. E.g., for running the body mass of sprinters (100 m dis- tance) is much larger than for stayers (10 km dis- tance); the corresponding ratios are 1.25 and 1.39 for females and males respectively. ...
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... analyzed also the ratio of the average masses of female and male athletes and ratio of av- erage speeds for identical distances (female/male at fixed distance), see Table 1. The ratio of the aver- age weight of female athletes to the average weight of male athletes (averaged as well for all sports and distances) is 79.5 ± 3.1%, at the same time the female athletes develop 89.4 ± 1.8% of the speed of male ones. ...
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... velocity versus average duration of sports activity. Fig. 8 and Table 1 illustrate the in- fluence of the duration of a sports activity (the time spent on a distance) on the average velocity for different sports. Due to the fatigue, the speeds usually monotonously decrease with the duration increasing. ...
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... body mass versus average time of activity. Fig. 9 and Table 1 show the average body mass versus the duration of a sports activity (the time spent on a distance) for different sports and distances. For rowers, the average mass is un- changed, since the Fig. 9 shows the intermediate results at only one distance of 2 km. ...
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... for male skiers, it can be seen the tendency of weight decreasing for longer distances, in compari- son with the female athletes. Table 1 also represents the ratio of the aver- age weight of female athletes to male ones at the fixed time of activity (female/male at fixed dura- tion). The ratio of the average weight of female athletes to the average weight of male athletes (averaged as well for all sports and distances) is 79.4 ± 3.3%. ...
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... we can conclude that the skaters' speed does not depend on their weight. Fig. 8 and Table 1 show the speed differences for different sports. The fasters athletes are cyclists. ...
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... opti- mal weight of 100m male runners (approx. 78 kg, see Table 1) is larger than the average weight of adult men (74 kg). Nevertheless, the optimal weight of 100m female runners (approx. ...
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... the optimal weight of 100m female runners (approx. 59 kg, see Table 1) is smaller than the average weight of adult women (61 kg). ...
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... spite of the weak dependence of speed on the mass at individual dis- tances, in the case of running, swimming, cycling, and skiing, we can see an obvious reduction the average weight of the stayers in comparison with the sprinters in Figs. 1-3, 5 and in Table 1. E.g., for running the body mass of sprinters (100 m dis- tance) is much larger than for stayers (10 km dis- tance); the corresponding ratios are 1.25 and 1.39 for females and males respectively. ...
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... analyzed also the ratio of the average masses of female and male athletes and ratio of av- erage speeds for identical distances (female/male at fixed distance), see Table 1. The ratio of the aver- age weight of female athletes to the average weight of male athletes (averaged as well for all sports and distances) is 79.5 ± 3.1%, at the same time the female athletes develop 89.4 ± 1.8% of the speed of male ones. ...
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... velocity versus average duration of sports activity. Fig. 8 and Table 1 illustrate the in- fluence of the duration of a sports activity (the time spent on a distance) on the average velocity for different sports. Due to the fatigue, the speeds usually monotonously decrease with the duration increasing. ...
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... body mass versus average time of activity. Fig. 9 and Table 1 show the average body mass versus the duration of a sports activity (the time spent on a distance) for different sports and distances. For rowers, the average mass is un- changed, since the Fig. 9 shows the intermediate results at only one distance of 2 km. ...
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... for male skiers, it can be seen the tendency of weight decreasing for longer distances, in compari- son with the female athletes. Table 1 also represents the ratio of the aver- age weight of female athletes to male ones at the fixed time of activity (female/male at fixed dura- tion). The ratio of the average weight of female athletes to the average weight of male athletes (averaged as well for all sports and distances) is 79.4 ± 3.3%. ...
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... we can conclude that the skaters' speed does not depend on their weight. Fig. 8 and Table 1 show the speed differences for different sports. The fasters athletes are cyclists. ...
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... opti- mal weight of 100m male runners (approx. 78 kg, see Table 1) is larger than the average weight of adult men (74 kg). Nevertheless, the optimal weight of 100m female runners (approx. ...
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... the optimal weight of 100m female runners (approx. 59 kg, see Table 1) is smaller than the average weight of adult women (61 kg). ...

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