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Transformations  in
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Transformations in
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Article
IMPORTANCE OF SPORT PERFORMANCE MONITORING FOR SPORTS ORGANIZATION
Antanas Skarbalius, Gabija Vidunaite, Audinga Kniubaite, Diana Reklaitiene, Arturas Simanavicius

ABSTRACT. Sports performance monitoring is directly related to sports team management success and team development. Monitoring of individual fitness and playing performance by semi-professional female team handball players (S-PFTHP) ACME-ŽALGIRIS KAUNAS (A-ŽK), the winner for four times in a row (2013-2016) of Lithuanian championship and the winner for five times in a row (2012-2016) of Lithuanian Cup was done during seven sport seasons (2009-2016). Findings revealed the relationship of age (23.1±3.7) and sports experience (4.3±3.4) for achievement sports results (r=0.891, p<0.001). Vertical jump (41.5 ± 3.7m) is a key indicator to assess players' acute fatigue from previous loads and long-term accumulated fatigue. Match-play demanding the highest internal loads (IL) by S-PFTHP: HRmean 155.3 ± 5.9; %HRmax - 80.8 ± 2.1; total heart beats per workload - 16089 ± 829; RPE - 8.64 ± 0.50. S-PFTHP in the season 2015-2016 during 44 weeks spent 26 902 minutes, had 277 workloads and trained 263 days, played 57 matches and had 220 pieces of training sessions .

KEYWORDS:  Female team handball, training, fitness, sports performance, monitoring.

JEL classification:  C13, C18, I10.

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