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5 Scatterplot for the trends and correlations between PR and the normalized lateral forces, and COP position on the blade for the male participants (N=6). 

5 Scatterplot for the trends and correlations between PR and the normalized lateral forces, and COP position on the blade for the male participants (N=6). 

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... Pearson correlation-performed on the group of males to determine the correlation between PR and lateral force, normal force, and COP at constant speed-showed significant correlations between the COP and PR (Table 3, Figure 4). The average COP in LC and the peak COP in stroke C have a significant positive correlation (r = 0.86, p = 0.030 and r = 0.82, p = 0.048, respectively) with PR, indicating that skaters with a better PR keep their COP more to the rear of their blade when riding and exiting the curve. ...