Sugiyanto, Fx and Subagyo, (2011) PERBEDAAN PRESTASI RENANG GAYA DOLPHIN, GAYA PUNGGUNG, DAN GAYA DADA ANTARA PUTRA DAN PUTRI PADA KELOMPOK UMUR 11-12 TAHUN. [Experiment/Research] (Submitted)
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This study aims at determining whether or not there are significant different swimming achievements in dolphin, back, and breast stroke styles for 100 meters between male and female adolescents in the age of 11-12 years. The growth of male and female adolescents in this age is very different, especially that the female adolescents’ height. In addition, the female adolescents’ bodies can float easier than males’ because of their body and skeleton lighter mass. The populations were swimmers divided into three age groups (11-12 years). They were swimmers who participated in Junior and Senior Swimming National Competition year 2001 held in Jakarta. The data were collected through document analysis. The populations were divided using purposive sampling. There were 13 male and 12 female swimmers for the dolphin style, 15 male and 16 female swimmers for the back style, and 13 male and 12 female swimmers for the breast stroke style. The hypothesis was tested through the t test with the significant level of 1%. The results of analyses show that the achievements of male and female swimmers in 100-meter swim in dolphin style, back style, and breast stroke style were not significantly different. The result on the dolphin style was t-observation 2.1619 < t-table 2.807. For the back style, the t-observation was 0.2306 < t-table 2.756. Finally, the result of the analysis on the breast stroke style was t-observation 1.7975 < t-table 2.807. Thus, it can be concluded that male and female swimmers can compete equally in dolphin, back, and breast stroke styles for 100-meter swim in the three age groups (11-12 years).
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