Gapicheva Maria Andreevna

The pole vault competition has been part of the Olympic program since 1896 for men and since 2000 for women. The study of this sport has been going on for more than 100 years.

The research purpose is to give a brief overview of publications, concerning the training of pole vaulters to date.

Methods and organization of the research: systematic search and analysis of information in the Google Academy database. 

The results of the study. The main directions of raising problems in this topic were identified. A number of issues that the authors touch upon in addition to the main topic of the work are considered. We have come to the conclusion that three areas of development are the most explicit. In addition, researchers often consider the male and female pole vault technique separately. The age contingent also ranges from novice jumpers to the most experienced athletes over thirty years old. The methodological basis for the analysis is continually expanding. To track the dynamics of technical readiness, increasingly new and technologically advanced motion capture and analysis systems, such as Dartfish, Optojump Next and others, are used. 

Conclusion. The results of the work have effective application in national track and field teams, which makes it possible to predict the level of leaders in this competitive discipline and to conduct training according to gender, age and regional specificities. Despite an expanding methodological base of research, a number of topics remain uncovered, which creates a space for discussion, in particular, in the direction of research on the physiological and psychological aspects of training and their interrelationship.

  • Gapicheva, M. A., Nenasheva A.V. Component body composition and body mass and length indices in pole vaulters at various stages of sportsmanship/ M. A. Gapicheva, A. V. Nenasheva // Olympic sports and sports for all: Conference proceedings. – Kazan : Volga region GAFKSiT, – 2020. – P. 632-635.
  • Adashevsky, V. Computer and computational modeling of the biomechanics of pole vaults / V. Adashevsky, E. Druzhinin; D. Lavinsky // Week on Advanced Technology: Conference proceedings. Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2021. – Vol. 1. – P. 94-98.
  • Borovaya, V. A. Methodology of optimization of the tempo-rhythmic structure of the run-up of female pole vaulters of 14-16 years old / V. A. Borovaya, E. P. Vrublevskiy, S. V. Sevdalev // Physical culture, sports, and healthy nation: Conference proceedings. – 2020. –Vol. 9 (28). – P.145-152.
  • Effect of gender, carrying and planting the pole on approach step parameters in young pole vaulters / J. Cassirame, H. Sanchez, S. Homo, J. Frere // Mov Sport Sci/Sci Mot. – 2022, – Vol. 115. – P. 1-9.
  • Effect of simplifying the body model to compute the energy parameters in pole vaulting / J. Frere, H. Sanchez, R. Vanhaesebrouck, J. Cassirame // Sports biomechanics. – 2021. – Vol. 20. – P. 1-12.
  • Frere, J. Automation of athlete’s mechanical energy calculation in the pole vault: when deep learning-based pose estimation reaches human accuracy / J. Frere, H. Sanchez, J. Cassirame // Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering. – 2021. – 24 (S1). – P. 39-40.
  • Gapicheva, M. Features of the spatial position of the spine in pole vaulters / M. Gapicheva, A. Pletnev, A. Ushakov / Human. Sport. Medicine, 2020. – Vol. 20, № S2. – P. 20-25.
  • Gender differences in pole vault approach run kinematics and step parameter asymmetry during an elite indoor competition / V. Panoutsakopoulos, A. S. Theodorou, M. C. Kotzamanidou, T. A. Exell, I. A. Kollias // International journal of performance analysis in sport. – Vol. 21, (4). – 2021. – P. 477-490.
  • Gross, M. Prioritizing physical determinants of international elite pole vaulting performance / M. Gross, G. N. Büchler, K. Hübner // Journal of strength and conditioning research: – 2020. – Vol. 34, (1). – P. 162-171.
  • Haider, A.M. The relationship between elbow angle and pole vault performance / A. M. Haider // Sciences journal of physical education. – 2020, Vol. 13 (2). – P. 164-177.
  • Internal risk factors for low back pain in pole vaulters and decathletes a prospective study / S. Enoki, R. Kuramochi, Y. Murata, G. Tokutake, T. Sakamoto, T. Shimizu // The orthopaedic journal of sports medicine – 2021. – Vol. 9 (2). – P. 1-9.
  • Ji Z., Soltannia B. Vibration analysis of pole-vaulting via mathematical modeling / Conference: 44th vibration institute annual training conference, 2020. poster report…
  • Murray, A. M. An explorative case study to explore the benefits of embodying movement conceptual awareness in elite pole vault training / A. M. Murray // Moving across life course: research & practice: Conference proceedings. – 2021. – Vol. 1. – Р. 91.
  • On the road of world class performance in the pole vault: changes according to ages and genders / J. Cassirame, M. Sautereau, P. J. Vazel, J. Frуre, S. Homo, H. Sanchez // Conference proceedings: 19th International ACAPS. – 2021, Р. 160-161.
  • Relationship between pole vault biomechanics and previous injuries / P. Edouard, H. Sanchez, C. Bourrilhon, S. Homo, J. Frere, J. Cassirame // Br J Sports Med. – 2021. – Vol. 55. – P. 78-79.
  • The prevalence of spondylolysis and intervertebral disc degeneration in male pole vaulters / S. Enoki, R. Kuramochi, S. Nakajyuku, H. Mitsuyama // Journal of back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. – 2022. – Vol. 35, (1), – pp. 147-151.
  • The relationship between chronic low back pain and physical factors in collegiate pole vaulters: a cross-sectional study / S. Enoki, R. Kuramochi, Y. Murata, G. Tokutake, T. Shimizu // Int J Sports Phys Ther., – 2020. – Vol. 15 (4). – P. 537-547.
  • The relationship between velocity utilization rate and pole vault performance / M. H. Yang, C. C. Chen, W. H. Ho, C.T. Hsu // Journal of human sport and exercise. – 2021. – Vol. 16 (2). – Р. 273-283.