Program of general presentation



Oral Presentation



Oral Presentation 1: 18th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • Unsteady Computational Fluid Dynamics of the axial flow generated by the rotation of an arm in swimming
    Mathias SAMSON (University of Poitiers, France)
  • Estimation of propulsive forces acting on a hand using pressure measurement and underwater motion capture during front crawl
    Takaaki TSUNOKAWA (National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, Japan)
  • Estimation of fluid forces around the feet during eggbeater kicking in water polo players
    Eisuke KAWAI (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Froude efficiency, internal work, and kinematics with paddles and fins
    Cristiano DE MATOS (University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Relationship between the angular velocity of the shoulder joint and hand propulsion in the front crawl stroke
    Shigetada KUDO (Republic Polytechnic, Singapore)


Oral Presentation 2: 18th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C416 , Performance Analysis
  • THE METHODICS OF CONTROL OVER PREPAREDNESS OF ELITE SWIMMERS BASED ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE POWER OF ACTIVE METABOLISM, MECHANICAL POWER, EFFICIENCY AND SWIMMING VELOCITY.
    Sergei KOLMOGOROV (Northern Arctic Federal University, Russia)
  • Prognostic validity of swim-specific tests in elite crawl sprint
    Andreas HOHMANN (University Bayreuth, Institute of Sport Science, Germany)
  • Energy cost and propulsive force variability in elite front crawl swimmers
    Diogo CARVALHO (Faculty of Sport of University of Porto, Portugal)
  • How reliable are pre-swimming skill assessments in relevant peer groups?
    Ilka STAUB (Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln, Germany)
  • The Effect of the Freestyle Arm Entry on Exposure Time to Shoulder Stress, the Index of Coordination, and Swimming Velocity
    Rod HAVRILUK (Swimming Technology Research, United States)


Oral Presentation 3: 18th Sep. 14:00-15:10 at 5C216/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • Segment coordination to ensure the efficacy of body levers in alternative strokes
    Andreu ROIG (Olympic Training Center and Spanish Swimming Federation, Spain)
  • Differences in rotational kinematics about the longitudinal axis in front crawl swimming from three-dimensional digitised video: Implications for torso muscle training
    Jordan ANDERSEN (The University of Sydney, Australia)
  • Evaluation for front crawl stroke technique using accelerometer simulated in dry-land space
    Yuta SUZUKI (Hiroshima University, Japan)
  • Why is front crawl faster than back crawl? -Kinematic differences during sprint swimming-
    Tomohiro GONJO (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Coordination dynamics in front crawl swimming: impacts of the environmental constraint on behavioural flexibility.
    Brice GUIGNARD (University of Rouen, France)


Oral Presentation 4: 18th Sep. 14:00-15:10 at 5C216/5C416 , Coaching
  • ACUTE EFFECT OF DRYLAND MAXIMUM STRENGTH TRAINING ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL PARAMETERS IN THE FOLLOWING SWIMMING TRAINING
    Argyris TOUBEKIS (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece)
  • Stroke time estimate in 5 km open water swimming using a tri-axial inertial sensor device: Pilot study of sensor availability.
    Yasuhiro BABA (Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan)
  • Periodized Swimming Specific Resistance Training Increases Power Output and Performance in Young, Post-Adolescent Swimmers
    Ben SKUTNIK (Indiana University, United States)
  • Comparison of the performance between original backstroke start, positioned on high trochanter position, and conventional backstroke start  ―objected for elite swimmers case study-
    Kenta KUSANAGI (chukyo university, Japan)
  • Effects of swimming suits with different styles and materials on maximum propulsive power and intra-abdominal pressure during swimming
    Shinichiro MORIYAMA (Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan)


Oral Presentation 5: 19th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • Three-dimensional analysis of hip and knee joint movements during dolphin kicking and butterfly swimming
    Keisuke KOBAYASHI YAMAKAWA (Japan Women's College of Physical Education, Japan)
  • Kinematic and neuro-muscular adaptations following a training program for the underwater dolphin kick
    Marc ELIPOT (Australian Institute of Sport, Australia)
  • Shedding vortex and pressure pattern around the foot in undulatory underwater swimming
    Hirofumi SHIMOJO (Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan)
  • Effect of kick frequency variation (0.5-3 Hz) on swimming speed and kinematics in human underwater undulatory swimming
    Stefan HOCHSTEIN (University Halle, Institute of Sport Science, Germany)
  • Muscle activity responses to swim fin design during aerobic flutter kick exercise.
    Nicolas GUILLAUME (M2S Laboratory - University Rennes 2 / ENS Rennes, France)


Oral Presentation 6: 19th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C416 , Medicine & Paralympic
  • Spondylolysis in adolescent swimmers
    Masaki TATSUMURA (Tsukuba University Hospital Mito Clinical Education and Training Center/ Mito kyodo general hospital, Japan)
  • Analysis of factors causing calcification and edema of the shoulder periarticular muscles in Masters swimmers
    Hirofumi JIGAMI (Kokushikan University, Japan)
  • Optimizing simulation of arm stroke in freestyle for swimmers with bilateral transfemoral amputation
    Ryosuke TAKAHASHI (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • Swimming speed in men’s 100-m freestyle confirms the fairness of the Paralympic Classification System: a meta-analysis
    Wellington Gomes Feitosa WELLINGTON (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • ACTIVE DRAG OF SWIMMERS WITH PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENTS
    Carl PAYTON (Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom)


Oral Presentation 7: 19th Sep. 14:15-15:25 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • The effect of different combinations of foot positions on the kick-start performance in male competitive swimmers
    Hiroshi SUITO (Aichi Gakuin University, Japan)
  • Muscle activity characteristics of a swimmer's front and rear leg during a kickstart: Objected for elite swimmer case study
    Daisuke SATO (Chukyo University, Japan)
  • (Para-)Swimming dive starts : to swing or not to swing …
    Ine VAN CAEKENBERGHE (GB Para-Swimming & Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom)
  • How does relative centre of mass position affect the four limbs' joint torques on the starting block?
    Shin SAKAI (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Differences between relay and individual starts in elite female swimmers
    Ryan ATKISON (Canadian Sport Institute Ontario, Canada)


Oral Presentation 8: 19th Sep. 14:15-15:25 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching and learning effectiveness in higher education swimming classes
    Jonas MARTENS (KU Leuven, Belgium)
  • Forget technique, think coordination! An example of how recent theoretical knowledge could reshape coaches’ practice
    Chollet DIDIER (University of Rouen, France)
  • Interactive sonification of flow pressure patterns due to hand-water-interaction of elite crawl stroke swimmers
    Bodo E UNGERECHTS (Bielefeld University, Germany)
  • Measuring sensorimotor synchronization ability in finger tapping with different types of beats: sine and square waves
    Ravisara VATHAGAVORAKUL (University of Tsukuba, Thailand)
  • The effects of body composition and selected functional and anthropometric measures on the acquisition of beginning water competencies among adult males
    Robert Keig STALLMAN (Norwegian School of Sport Science (emeritus), Norway)


Oral Presentation 9: 19th Sep. 14:15-15:25 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Physiology
  • Heart Rate Response during Repetition Swimming
    Joseph POWELL (Indiana University - Bloomington, United States)
  • Training organization and physiological profile of a 25-km open water world champion
    Robin PLA (French Swimming Federation, France)
  • Analysis of oxygen uptake kinetics and heart rate kinetics in competitive swimmers - On- and Off-kinetics response at lactate threshold intensity-
    Yasuo SENGOKU (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Cardiorespiratory characteristics during eggbeater kick with arm sculling in water polo players.
    Yosuke SASAKI (Niigata Sangyo University, Japan)
  • Lung function and lung volumes in young swimmers versus active controls
    M GRYDELAND (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway)


Oral Presentation 10: 20th Sep. 8:30-9:40 at 5C216/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • How can higher jumping height be achieved? Biomechanical analysis of lift by eight swimmers in synchronized swimming
    Satoshi FUKUDA (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • Analysis of Swimming Biomechanics by Jaroslav Motyčka and his team between the years 1960 - 2017
    Jan ŠŤASTNÝ (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
  • Investigation of a range of sport science service provider interventions on thoracic mobility in competitive swimmers
    Gina SACILOTTO (Carlile Swimming/NSW Institute of Sport, Australia)
  • Correspondence of muscular activation during maximal breaststroke swimming and self-selected drill exercises
    Bjørn Harald OLSTAD (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway)
  • Anthropometric Profile of Advanced Swimmers and the Biomechanics of Swimming
    Rejman MAREK (University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland)


Oral Presentation 11: 20th Sep. 8:30-9:40 at 5C216/5C416 , Physiology & Performance Analysis & Coaching
  • The influence of breathing action on the leg kick motion in front crawl
    Shunta YASUI (Graduate school, Niigata university of health and welfare, Japan)
  • Individual Anaerobic Threshold Testing in Elite Swimmers: Comparability and Interchangeability Between Physiological and Biomechanical Inflection and Deflection Points
    Rodrigo ZACCA (University of Porto, Brazil)
  • The body composition profile defined in selected U19 water polo players from R Serbia using multichannel bioimpedance measurement
    Milivoj DOPSAJ (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Validation of a Single Repetition Test to Measure Maximal Swimming Power
    Joel GREENSHIELDS (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
  • Effects of specific resistance swimming on drag, propulsive power and propelling efficiency
    Futoshi OGITA (National Institute of Fitness and Sports, Japan)


Oral Presentation 12: 20th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • TOWARDS AN NEW UNDERSTANDING OF INTRA-CYCLIC 3D ACCELERATION VARIATION IN SPRINTING SWIMMING. “A CASE STUDY”
    David SIMBANA ESCOBAR (Federation Française de Natation, France)
  • Assessing Intra-Stroke Velocity Variation in Elite Swimmers During Competition.
    Rebecca PAHL (Griffith University, Australia)
  • The relationship between active drag and swimming velocity during front crawl swimming
    Kenzo NARITA (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Hip depth and performance in 400 m front crawl test
    Ricardo De ASSIS CORREIA (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • SURFING PADDLING AND SWIMMING: KINEMATICS COMPARISON
    Flávio Antônio De SOUZA CASTRO (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)


Oral Presentation 13: 20th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Performance Analysis
  • Evaluation the performance characteristics in platform diving
    Teruo NOMURA (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • Statistical evaluation of individual player contributions among elite male water polo athletes in the 2017 world championship tournament
    Itaru ENOMOTO (Kamakura Women's University, Japan)
  • Longitudinal Changes in Elite Swimmers’ 200 m Freestyle Pacing
    Curtis GOSS (Indiana University - Bloomington, United States)
  • A quantitative analysis of the swimming stroke skill using a wrist mounted inertia sensor
    Yuji OHGI (Keio University, Japan)
  • Short course 50m female freestyle performance comparison between national and regional swimmers
    Raul ARELLANO (University of Granada, Spain)


Oral Presentation 14: 20th Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Physiology
  • Effect of exercise training at lactate threshold level with lower muscle temperature in cold water
    Hiroyuki SAKAUE (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • The relative influence of kick rate and stroke rate on front crawl velocity and metabolic cost
    Kirstin MORRIS (Queensland Academy of Sport, Australia)
  • The relationship between modified ‘3 minute’ test values and competition performance in elite swimmers
    Lachlan MITCHELL (Queensland Academy of Sport, Australia)
  • Robustness of metabolic parameters estimation using a muscular metabolic mathematical model
    Philippe HELLARD (French Swimming Federation, France)
  • Is the VO2 slow component at heavy and severe swimming intensities associated with 3D kinematic pattern changes?
    Kelly DE JESUS (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)


Oral Presentation 15: 21st Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Biomechanics
  • Can biomechanical feedback be used to change the underwater trajectory of a swimming start?
    Elaine TOR (Victorian Institute of Sport/Victoria University, Australia)
  • The Biomechanics and Individualisation of Swimming Turn Technique in Elite Swimmers
    Emily NICOL (Victoria University, Australia)
  • A comparison of start techniques used in elite swimming: The relay changeover versus the stationary start.
    Nicholas SMITH (Queensland Academy of Sport, Australia)
  • Lower limb muscle fatigue during 50m finswimming event
    Bideau NICOLAS (University Rennes 2, France)
  • How visual information constraints the approach of the wall for tumble-turn?
    Seifert LUDOVIC (University of Rouen, France)


Oral Presentation 16: 21st Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Water Safety
  • The evolution of swimming education in Japan and issues involved
    Atsunori MATSUI (Naruto University of Education, Japan)
  • Teaching swimming in Norway – challenges and possibilities
    Egil Galaaen GJØLME (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
  • Effect of being fully-clothed in water on the distance between the centre of buoyancy and the centre of mass as well as pulmonary ventilation for people involved in water-related incidents
    Yasunori WATANABE (Sendai University, Japan)
  • Kinematics of lifeguard’s front crawl and up-head front crawl to rescue in open-water environment
    Cássia Daniele TRINDADE (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Which swim stroke to improve water safety in beginners ?
    Potdevin FRANCOIS (University of Lille, France)


Oral Presentation 17: 21st Sep. 9:50-11:00 at 5C216/5C407/5C416 , Physiology
  • Comparison of the Forearm Bone Density and Content in Elite Egyptian Swimmers VS. Water Polo players.
    Magdy ABOUZEID (Alexandria University,Faculty of Sports Education,Aboukir,Alexandria,Egypt, Egypt)
  • Pacing and team strategy in relay events in swimming
    Katie MCGIBBON (University of Canberra/Queensland Academy of Sport, Australia)
  • Characteristics of blood lactate removal during competition in young swimmers
    Phornpot CHAINOK (Faculty of Sport Science , Burapha University ; Faculty of Sport University of Porto Portugal , Thailand)
  • Characterising the impact of long haul travel on swim performance in high performance swimmers
    Adrian CAMPBELL (Sport Scotland Institute of Sport, United Kingdom)
  • Young swimmers aerobic capacity estimation through the 400m front crawl test
    Sara FERREIRA (Faculdade de Desporto da Universidade do Porto, Portugal)

Poster Presentation



Poster Presentation 1: 18th Sep. 8:45-9:40 at 5C216 (mini oral session) and 13:00-14:00 at 5C213 (poster session) , Performance Analysis
  • Characteristics of the Extra-Man Offense in Water Polo at the 2016 Olympic Games
    Masaaki SUGA (Oita Prefectural College of Arts and Culture, Japan)
  • DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE INFLUENCE OF SQUAT JUMP PERFORMANCE AND LOWER BODY ISOMETRIC MUSCLE FORCE IN THE FUNCTION OF THE SWIMMING START PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY
    Marko DJUROVIC (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Nis, Serbia)
  • Tethered swimming and force parameters in pubertal freestyle sprint swimmers
    Georgia ROZI (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, Greece)
  • Relationship between biomechanics and performance during a high intensity effort in master swimmers
    Georgia ROZI (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, Greece)
  • Relationship between hip function and performance in elite artistic swimmers
    élodie MONGA (Université de Montréal, Canada)
  • Measurement of tethered swimming force and power for Japanese national water polo players by using an electromagnetic brake-type ergo-meter
    Kohji WAKAYOSHI (Osaka University of Economics, Department of Human Sciences , Japan)
  • Longitudinal Data over the International Symposium in Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming: 1970 to 2014
    Rodrigo ZACCA (University of Porto, Brazil)
  • Age affects 100-m Japanese backstrokers’ race pattern
    Azusa UEMATSU (Dokkyo Medical University, Japan)
  • Evaluation for stroke motion of crawl swimming
    Masanobu HOMMA (Kobe University, Japan)
  • Key variables underpinning motor adaptations at different skill levels: toward a teaching strategy for coaches and educators in front crawl
    Potdevin FRANCOIS (University of Lille, France)
  • Determinants of performance on 100-m freestyle in young swimmers
    Michel SIDNEY (UNIVERSITY OF LILLE, France)
  • Analysis of underwater phase after the turn and its relation to race performance: Data from Japanese elite male 200 m swimmers
    Yasushi IKUTA (Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan)
  • Integrated analysis of inter-arm coordination in aquatic locomotion
    Ricardo J. FERNANDES (Faculty of Sport, University of Porto, Portugal)
  • Validity of swimming activity monitors for quantifying temporal and kinematic swimming variables among inexperienced swimmers
    M GRYDELAND (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway)
  • EFFECT OF ACTIVE WARM - UP AND DIFFERENT RECOVERY INTERVALS, ON SWIMMING PERFORMANCE
    Armando QUIRÓS VÁSQUEZ (Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica)
  • Assessment of the individual anaerobic threshold in medley swimmers
    Diogo CARVALHO (Faculty of Sport of University of Porto, Portugal)
  • To what extent is the 6 x 100 m lactate curve progressive step test sensitive to different performance levels in elite male crawl stroke swimmers?
    Milivoj DOPSAJ (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education University of Belgrade, Serbia)


Poster Presentation 2: 19th Sep. 8:45-9:40 at 5C216 (mini oral session) and 13:15-14:15 at 5C213 (poster session) , Coaching/Teaching and Learning
  • Effects of flotation devices on children’s aquatic locomotion
    Flávio Antônio De SOUZA CASTRO (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Acute effect of virtual reality on swimming performance: a pilot study
    Guilherme TUCHER (Instituto Federal do Sudeste de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  • A comparison of the evidence produced in sports science and swimming between 2013 and 2017
    Barbosa TIAGO (Nanyang Technological University & Reserch Centre in Sports, Helath and Human Development, Singapore)
  • Background to the Birth of the “Flying Fish of Fujiyama”: The Swimming Life of Hironoshin Furuhashi
    Takuya MEGURO (Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences Nihon University, Japan)
  • The influence of age, gender, frequency of teaching and starting competency level on the acquisition of water competencies in relation to drowning prevention among beginners
    Målfrid JUNGE (University of Oslo, Norway)
  • Regular vs intermittent relay take-over training and resultant impact on performance
    Ryan ATKISON (Canadian Sport Institute Ontario, Canada)
  • An empirical study of the teaching method focusing on the posture conversion during the preparation phase for pushing off from the wall and gliding in swimming
    Kiyo NAKAJIMA (Tokyo YMCA Physical Education and Early Childcare College, Japan)
  • Changes in swimming preparation parameters for members of the Indonesian senior female national water polo team after a basic preparatory mesocycle
    Milivoj DOPSAJ (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Lactate profile and aerobic endurance indices across age-groups
    Argyris TOUBEKIS (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece)
  • Stroke rate changes across a range of front-crawl swimming speeds after a 12-week training period
    Argyris TOUBEKIS (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece)
  • Predicting the adult heights of female athletes: Talent identification for world-class synchronized swimmers
    Miwako HOMMA (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Training camp in quasi altitude can improve highly trained Para-Swimmer’s performance.
    Tomohiro NOGUCHI (Nihon University, Japan)
  • Subjective Effort Effects on Arm–Leg Coordination in Breaststroke Swimming
    Masaaki OHBA (Niigata University, Japan)
  • FRONT CRAWL TOTAL TIME TO EXHAUSTION IN DIFFERENT AND CONTROLLED STROKE RATES
    Wellington Gomes Feitosa WELLINGTON (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • SIMULTANEOUS APPLICATION OF HEADSET METRONOME AND UNDERWATER VISUAL PACER TO CONTROL STROKE RATE AND SWIMMING SPEED
    Ricardo De ASSIS CORREIA (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Optical heart rate in swimming: a pilot study
    Bjørn Harald OLSTAD (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway)
  • The optimal timing of the knee extension in backstroke start
    Rio NARA (Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan)
  • Effect of different breathing frequencies on physiological responses during submaximal swimming
    Yoshimitsu SHIMOYAMA (Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan)
  • Changes in upper body muscle activation during simulated stroke movement.
    Dan TOMIUCHI (Nihon University, Japan)
  • Trend оf Changes in Sprint Swimming Skills and Abilities in Young Water Polo Players
    Zoran BRATUSA (Faculty of Sport and Phisical Education, Serbia)


Poster Presentation 3: 19th Sep. 8:45-9:40 at 5C416 (mini oral session) and 13:15-14:15 at 5C213 (poster session) , Medicine/Physiology/Paralympic
  • Is the training of competitive swimming safe for musculoskeletal development in childhood?
    Yuta TSUKAGOSHI (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Life-saving automated external defibrillation for a masters swimmer: a case report
    Takako KUROKI (Kobari General Hospital, Japan)
  • Regarding the Influence of Ultraviolet Rays on the Eyes of Swimmers
    Tetsuhito OKUDA (Kanazawa Seiryo University, Japan)
  • Body fat percentage estimation in master swimmers: DEXA vs. skinfold thickness equations
    Cássia Daniele TRINDADE (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • The comparison of pulmonary functions in individuals with the past medical history of bronchial asthma after short and long distance swimming
    Miki MOROI (Graduate school of Education, Nara University of Education, Japan)
  • The impact of water recovery immersion to the neck after long distance swimming on pulmonary functions in individuals with the past medical history of bronchial asthma
    Yusuke TAKAGI (Nara University of Education, Japan)
  • Validation of the low back pain prevention project to Japan National Swimmers
    Yuiko MATSUURA (University of Waseda, Japan)
  • First rib stress fracture in an adolescent water polo player.
    Takuro UCHIDA (Mito Kyodo General Hospital, Japan)
  • Injuries in Elite Water Polo Players
    Zoran BRATUSA (Faculty of Sport and Phisical Education, Serbia)
  • Time course of heart rate changes during facial immersion in water and on land
    Sho ONODERA (Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Japan)
  • Effect of urine volume on subjective micturition after water exercise
    Takuma WADA (Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Japan)
  • Do different moving windowing periods cause differences in VO2 values in rectangular 400-m front crawl test?
    Cristiano DE MATOS (University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  • Acute Effects of Water Temperature in Swimming Flume: A Biophysical Analysis
    Raul ARELLANO (University of Granada, Spain)
  • Pulmonary responses to open water swim in cold water
    Stensrud TRINE (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway)
  • Physiological analysis of the airway change of exhalation in simulated face immersion swimming
    Hideki HARA (Kokugakuin University , Japan)
  • Effect of water temperature on the regional pulse wave velocity during water immersion
    Tatsuya SAITO (Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Japan)
  • The Future of Children Athletes is our Key Strategy" Cardiopulmonary Adaptation in Elite Egyptian Child Athlete Following Monofin Swimming Training.
    Magdy ABOUZEID (Alexandria University,Faculty of Sports Education,Aboukir,Alexandria,Egypt, Egypt)
  • Live High Train Low: Accumulated time and altitude exposure affect on Hbmass during a 21 day training camp.
    Adrian CAMPBELL (Sport Scotland Institute of Sport, United Kingdom)
  • Post-competition blood lactate concentration and stroke kinematics in Thai swimmers
    Phornpot CHAINOK (Faculty of Sport Science , Burapha University ; Faculty of Sport University of Porto Portugal , Thailand)
  • Simulated physiological responses during interval training based on a mathematical model in an Olympic champion.
    Philippe HELLARD (French Swimming Federation, France)
  • Center of mass and center of buoyancy in physically impaired swimmers
    Takeshi HOHRAI (National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College, Japan)
  • Para-Swimming: Training load and its link to injury
    Ritchie BARBER (British Para Swimming, United Kingdom)
  • Relationship between the distance and time of the glide to reach the finishing wall in unilateral arm amputee swimmers
    Tetsuro TANIGAWA (Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan)


Poster Presentation 4: 21st Sep. 8:45-9:40 at 5C216 (mini oral session) and 13:00-14:00 at 5C213 (poster session) , Biomechanics/Aquatic Exercise
  • A descriptive biomechanical profile for all four swimming techniques measured by motion sensors technology: The Junior European female Champion in 400m Individual Medley Case Study
    Milivoj DOPSAJ (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Estimation of vertical center of gravity position by underwater motion-capture system with small number of markers during swimming
    Sohei WASHINO (National Institute of Fitness and Sports in KANOYA, Japan)
  • Effect of hand paddle size on kinematic variables of recreational swimmers
    Lara Elena GOMES (Federal University of Grande Dourados, Brazil)
  • Force deficit in fully tethered front crawl swimming of recreational swimmers
    Lara Elena GOMES (Federal University of Grande Dourados, Brazil)
  • Relationship between the take-off velocity and the kinematic and kinetic variables during swimming kick start
    Kazumasa OZEKI (Osaka university of Health and Sport Sciences, Japan)
  • Analysis of monofin swimming motion in four Japanese national-level monofin swimmers: Focus on ankle motion and muscular activities
    Ari YUASA (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Correlation between vertical jump and competitive performance in the 50 m swim freestyle race in the Olympic finalist Etiene Medeiros: A case study
    Fabiano TEIXEIRA (SESI-SP, Brazil)
  • The characteristics of muscle activities during the transition phase from knee extension to flexion in front crawl swimming - Focus on the occurrence factor of anterior knee pain in competitive swimmers -
    Akihiro KURIKI (Chikushi Jogakuen University, Japan)
  • Changes in kinematics induced by fatigue during 200M freestyle swimming
    Nanako SUMI (ASICS Institute of sports science, Japan)
  • Is leg kicking workout position affecting kinematic and hydrodynamic variables in front crawl?
    Nuno GARRIDO (Research Center in Sports Sciences, Health Sciences & Human Development, CIDESD, Vila Real, Portugal, Portugal)
  • Relationships between upper limb motion and flow fields around the limb in front crawl
    Rina EBIHARA (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Lower limb 3D kinematics of elite swimmers during the push-off phase in front crawl flip turn
    Huang DONGXIANG (South China Normal University , China)
  • The influence of stroke frequency changes on the swimming velocity and the hand propulsive force in front crawl swimming – A case study–
    Daiki KOGA (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Active and passive forces splitting in backstroke start technique: preliminary findings
    Karla DE JESUS (University of Amazonas, Brazil)
  • Flow pressure patterns due to hand-water-interaction during a Breaststroke cycle represent change of energy-density of a volume of water
    Bodo E UNGERECHTS (Bielefeld University, Germany)
  • An electromyogram study at the initiation of walking in submerged and non-submerged condition
    Koichi KANEDA (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • The effects of 12-weeks of water aerobics in adults and older adults
    Daniel MARINHO (UBI/CIDESD, Portugal, Portugal)
  • Water aerobics to improve strength in female adults
    Henrique NEIVA (University of Beira Interior, Portugal)
  • Priming effect of water immersion on spike-timing dependent plasticity and motor memory consolidation
    Daisuke SATO (Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan)
  • Development of open and close parasol type non-wand hands grip tools for underwater walking and its exercise effects
    Atsuko HANAI (Hokusho university, Japan)
  • The aquatic exercise program for elderly people is a major program at exercise-type health promotion facilities
    Takeshi MATSUI (Otemon Gakuin University, Japan)
  • EFFECTS OF A CLINICAL AI CHI INTERVENTION ON CENTER OF PRESSURE KINEMATICS IN HEALTHY ADULTS
    Vasillios PANOUTSAKOPOULOS (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)