December 30, 2009

Liechtenstein - Dribbling Performance

Summary
The table below shows the results of each player in the dribbling performance tasks. Three different tests were performed by each of the players. The results quoted in the table are the average time it took a player to perform each of the different tests (each test was performed three times).
Each test required the players to dribble the ball through a circuit in the fastest possible time. Penalties were applied for players missing any cones during the circuit or touching the ball with the incorrect foot (when appropriate).
The tests
Test 1: Time taken to dribble the ball through the circuit using the left foot only.

Test 2: Time taken to dribble the ball through the circuit using the right foot only.

Test 3: Time taken to dribble the ball through the circuit using either foot 
The results

How to interpret the table
Player: Each individual player’s unique identification
Dribble Time Left (s): Average time taken for each player to dribble the ball through the circuit using the left foot only.
Dribble Time Right (s): Average time taken to dribble the ball through the circuit using the right foot only.
Dribble Both Feet (s): Average Time taken to dribble the ball through the circuit using either foot .
Asymmetry: Average difference in time taken to complete the circuit between dribbling with the left and right foot (e.g. Player Q takes 2.33 seconds longer when dribbling with his right foot than his left foot) . The closer to 0 then the smaller the difference between dribbling with the left and right feet. The larger the difference then the greater is the weakness of dribbling with one of the feet. Positive score means dribbling with the left foot is better, while negative scores show dribbling with the right foot is better.
Average Overall Time: average time taken to complete the circuit across all dribbling tests.
Rank: Each individual’s rank based on his average overall time.

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