15-16-year-old ice hockey players' qualification criteria

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Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury №6 2017, pp.70-72

PhD E.A. Reutskaya1
PhD N.V. Pavlova1
PhD O.S. Antipova1
Dr.Hab., Professor V.A. Aikin2
PhD, Associate Professor А.В. Korichko3
1Extreme Environments Research Institute under Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports, Omsk
2Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports, Omsk
3Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk

Objective of the study was to develop a set of efficient qualification criteria for junior ice hockey players.
Subject to the study were 15-16 year-old players of the CYSS of Avant-garde Sport Club. The study methodology included: anthropometric characteristics and functionality rating tests, psycho-physiological tests; and physical working capacity tests, with the test data analysed by the solution tree and Kohonen cards tools to assess the qualification potential of a player, individualize the training process and design a team strategy on the whole. The study data and analyses were used to design a solution tree with the relevant qualification standards for the 15-16 year-old players, with a special emphasis on their functionality rates.
The Kohonen cards were applied to find regularities and make forecasts of players’ qualifications for the first string of an ice hockey team; and work out practical recommendations for the team coaches on how the training process should be designed and managed on an individualized basis.

Keywords: ice hockey, qualification, forecasting, individualisation, solution tree, Kohonen cards.

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