Year of Publication


Date of Thesis


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Science


Health Promotion and Physical Education

Subject Categories

Swimming -- Training


This study examined whether significant relationships exist between vertical jump and reach performance (represented by both the height of the jump and a ratio composed of vertical jump height divided by the subject's height [jump height/height ratio]) and sprint speed in four different swimming strokes.

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