DESIGN AND LEGALIZATION OF THE ONE-HANDED AND OVERHEAD HANDLING TEST FOR WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN IRAQ.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 429-439
Abstractthem In order to reach the highest levels and achieve achievements in all fields.
It is these categories that were given. Societies concern for them is the category of the disabled, which represents a large segment of the members of society, especially the countries that have been exposed to natural disasters or wars. And this concern is with these. The category came as a result, either for humanitarian reasons, which are concerned with the members of society, and to view them with equality and justice, or because the sport of people with special needs (People of Determination) has become a sport of achievements, achieving record numbers and representing their countries well in international forums.
Among the games that people with special needs play is wheelchair basketball, which is one of the factors of success that the player has physical and skill abilities.
As basic skills are one of the most important factors for the success of technical performance that must be available to basketball players on the chairs if they have mastered the performance of these skills as required, so there must be methods for measuring the performance of these skills in an accurate scientific manner in order to clearly identify the level of skills of the players And work on developing their level to reach the advanced level in performance and achieving the goals of sports training.
Among these basic skills are the two skills of back-and-head handling, which are important for the wheelchair player, and here lies the importance of research to find a way to measure these two skills of wheelchair basketball players, and apply tests on them to show the players' skill level each according to the accuracy of his technical performance for them. It allows coaches to select players as well as know their real level in these two basic skills in wheelchair basketball.
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