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First 3D analysis for the Paralympic team

Last Tuesday the Dutch Paralympic team came to the InnoSportLab de Tongelreep for measurements. For the first time 3D analysis was included in the test battery. The main objective of these tests is to measure and monitor the swimmers’ skills by performing starts, turns, underwater phase, sprints and 100 meter race characteristics so the Paralympic…
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PhD Project- Tumble turn measurements for elite and sub-elite swimmers

After the physiological measurements we continue with the measurements that are part of our Human Movement Scientist Paul Koster’s PhD, to focus mainly on turns, especially during freestyle swimming. The project is based on two main objectives. The first objective is based on verifying the difference in the angles between the segments of the body,…
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Creating swimmers’ physiological profile – Complex testing for research purposes

A complex chain of measurements took place in the last two weeks in InnoSportLab de Tongelreep on 22 swimmers of the Dutch National Team. The project aims to determine a full physiological profile of the athletes, led by PhD student of the Lab, Michel de Haan. The first three days consisted of VO2 max tests…
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Behind the scenes – The ins and outs of race analysis

Race weekend means busy days for the analysts of InnoSportLab de Tongelreep. It was no different last weekend at the three-day-event of the 2022 Eindhoven Qualification Meet, where they recorded 560 videos of athletes of the Dutch National Swimming and Para Swimming Team. For more than ten years now the team of InnoSportLab de Tongelreep…
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New study about factors underlying front crawl swimming performance published in Frontiers journal

On the first day of March, the last paper of the PhD thesis of our own Sander Schreven was published in the Elite Sports and Performance Enhancement section of the Frontiers in Sports and Active Living scientific journal. The study – titled Sprint Performance in Arms-Only Front Crawl Swimming Is Strongly Associated With the Power-To-Drag…
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