Success factors in elite WTF taekwondo competitors

@article{Sadowski2012SuccessFI,
  title={Success factors in elite WTF taekwondo competitors},
  author={Jerzy Sadowski and Dariusz Gierczuk and Jerzy Miller and Igor Cieśliński},
  journal={Archives of Budo},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={141-146}
}
Background The aim of the study was to identify selected success factors of elite Olympic taekwondo competitors in the context of medals that they have or have not won during Polish Senior Championships (PSCs). Material/Methods: Sixty-four elite male taekwondo competitors took part in the study. The competitors were divided into two groups on the basis of their achievements: PSC medallists and non-medallists. Factors determining sports success were modelled with the use of a general linear… 

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