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INFLUENCE OF STANCE WIDTH AND BINDING ANGLES ON TIBIAL ROTATION AND OLLIE JUMP HEIGHT IN SNOWBOARDING

@inproceedings{List2012INFLUENCEOS,
  title={INFLUENCE OF STANCE WIDTH AND BINDING ANGLES ON TIBIAL ROTATION AND OLLIE JUMP HEIGHT IN SNOWBOARDING},
  author={Renate List and J P Br{\"u}ndler and Silvio Ren{\'e} Lorenzetti},
  year={2012}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of stance width and binding angles on tibial rotation during a flat landing of a drop jump and Ollie jump height in snowboarders. Six binding conditions combined of three stance widths and two binding angle setups (forward and duck stance) were tested on 10 expert freestyle snowboarders. Relating to knee injury risk, tibial rotation was assessed using skin markers during the flat landing of a 51cm drop jump. The influence on the… 

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