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Exercise Science 2004;13(4): 525-536.
알파인 스키의 엘리트 선수와 대학 서클 선수 및 교양스키 수강생의 상해유형 비교분석
이재복, 이만균, 성순창
An analysis of the type of injuries in alpine ski elite players, amateur players, and collegiate students in ski class
An analysis of the type of injuries in alpine ski elite players, amateur players, and collegiate students in ski class. Exercise Science, 13(4): 525-536, 2004. The objective of this study was to analyze and compare the type of injuries of elite players, amateur players and collegiate students in ski class. Questionnaires regarding to ski injury type were collected from 50 elite players, 100 amateur players, and 150 students. Findings were as follows: First, elite players showed the highest rate of injury(94%), the rate of amateur group was 72% and the rate of the students was 59.3%. Second, There were significant differences in injury time, injury season, their own ski performance, difficulty of slope, reason of injury, and type of injury among three groups. In other words, the places, causes, forms, symptoms and ways of treatment were occurred differently among three groups, so training and precaution to prevent injuries by ski and treatment when injury are happened need to be arranged and developed for each group and distributed to the field. Based on these findings, it is highly recommended that proper ski equipment should be needed to be developed to prevent each level of skiers from injury. And it needs to make a thorough study on injuries of children and senior group or a kind of injuries happened in different circumstances.
Key words: ski, alpine ski, injury, injury type
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