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J S Kocar
Engineered documentation for the Biomed/Biotech industry

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From: JSKocar []
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2001 5:24 PM
To: Biomch-l
Subject: Biomech YP Update--U.S. Diving

This notice is provided courtesy of the Biomch-L. Attached is a recent update to
the Biomechanics Yellow Pages (BYP), a free, volunteer maintained site. For more
information about the BYP, please see below.

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U.S. Diving
Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Biomechanics of Competitive Diving, A U.S. Diving Reference Manual by author
Doris I. Miller, Ph.D. with contributions by Maurice R. Yeadon, Ph.D. and Gerald
S. George, Ph.D. and video illustrations by Aleksandra Zecevic is published by
(C) United States Diving, 2000.

The manual is a research based text written for U.S. Diving's Coach Development
Program and undergraduate and graduate sport biomechanics courses. It can also
serve as a reference manual for physical education teachers, aquatics
specialists, athletic trainers, sports physical therapists and other sports
medicine practitioners.

Throughout, the text demonstrates biomechanical principles and applications
using examples specific to the sport of competitive diving. The text presents
the coach with a guided tour of the biomechanical considerations involved in
making informed coaching decisions. This is accomplished through the
presentation of key biomechanical concepts that coaches should know, building
blocks to help coaches understand the physical principles and practical
applications to enable coaches to apply knowledge of biomechanics as it relates
to the sport of competitive diving. The text is replete with video images of
exemplary dives performed in national and international competitions.

An overview of functional anatomy is tailored specifically for competitive
diving movements. Ten focus topics integral to the coaching of competitive
diving are included in the manual: forces acting on the diver, muscle force and
functional anatomy, hand balance, flight-linear motion, flight-angular motion,
platform takeoffs, springboard response, springboard takeoffs, entries, and

Contact: Janet L Gabriel
Position: Director-Safety, Education and Development
Address: International Swimming Hall of Fame
One Hall of Fame Dr.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: 954-462-6536 x213
Fax: 954-525-4031
Last Update: 10/29/2001

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