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Voronova V.V. Forecasting the prospects of qualified athletes specializing in cross-country orienteering based on the analysis of the stability of their intellectual and physical fitness indicators

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p101-104
 
Forecasting the prospects of qualified athletes specializing in cross-country orienteering based on the analysis of the stability of their intellectual and physical fitness indicators
Vera Victorovna Voronova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Smolensk State Academy of Physical Education, Sports and Tourism

Abstract
The article deals with the problem of forecasting the prospects of qualified athletes aged 17–20 years who specialize in cross-country orienteering. In the course of four-year observations of a group of athletes, the dynamics of indicators that determine the level of their physical and intellectual development was studied. It is established that special endurance, visual and operational thinking, switching and stability of attention, long jump from a place, 5-fold long jump from a place, running 200 meters and a complex strength exercise are highly stable, so they are of particular value for predicting the prospects of orienteering athletes at the stage of improving sports skills.
Keywords: sport orienteering, skilled athletes, forecasting the potential, intellectual and physical fitness.

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Article arrived in edition 18.11.2020
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