A Predictive Analysis on Group Exercise of Chinese Rhythmic Gymnastics at the 2008 Olympic

Ya-ping SHAN, Tian XU


This article has conducted a compared analysis on skills of top 6 teams at the 2006 and 2007 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, and “Luck Beijing” International Invitation Match by using documents, video tapes, and statistic methods. The results show that the Chinese team has already been in the position of first level in the World and has a potential capability to be in the top 3 teams at the 2008 Olympic. However, the quality of skill execution, skill value, and art value need to be improved and renovated.
Keyword: Rhythmic gymnastics, group exercise, the 29th Olympics, China, skill strength, foreground
Résumé: En utilisant plusieurs méthodes de recherche, notamment en étudiant des documentations, des vidéo et des statistiques, on a fait des analyses et des comparaisions sur la technique des six premières équipes de la Coupe du monde 2006, du Championnat international de 2007 et du Tournoi international à invitation de “Good Luck Beijing“, dont le résultat montre bien que l’équipe chinoise s’est qualifiée parmi les équipes les plus compétentes du monde et qu’elle a la possibilité de gagner une médaille aux Jeux Olympiques. Pourtant, il faut faire attention à la qualité de l’semble des mouvements, à la valeur technique et artistique.
Mots-clés: gymnastique rythmique, compétition en équipe, 29ème Jeux Olympiques, Chine, niveau technique, perspective
摘 要: 通過文獻資料、錄影、數理統計與比較研究方法,對2006年藝術體操世界盃系列賽、2007年世界錦標賽和“好運北京”國際邀請賽集體項目前六名隊伍的技術進行比較分析,結果表明:中國藝術體操集體項目已具有世界一流水平和爭奪 08年奧運會前3名的實力,但是,在成套動作完成品質、技術價值和藝術價值方面有待進一步加強和突破。
關鍵詞: 藝術體操;集體專案;29屆奧運會;中國;技術實力;前景

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020080402.004


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