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    Volume 2 Number 7 July 2017

Planning and Implementation of Training to Win Performance by Visually Impaired of Study Case

Pages: 74-80
Authors: Demiral Sengul
Abstract
The purpose of this article is to present information ‘Training to Win’ phase for judo coach, physical education teachers for the blind judokas. The aim of the study was to start filling an important gap in the area of judo regarding male & female judokas with visual impairments, since the study of the combat’s temporal parameters had been addressed only with sighted judokas. The data provided by this study may be useful for coaches who train athletes with visual impairments in the sense that they will be able to refer to judo performance educat?on training to win parameters obtained not only from sighted judokas, but from judokas who are visually impaired. This case study is aimed at developing a resource for coaches, athletes and other trainers and contributing to this process without improving the performance of visually impaired judokas. In this case study the visually impaired judokas who fighted +70kg won gold in the European Championship and bronze medal in the R?o Paralympic games.

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