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Title:MOŠKA ŠPORTNA GIMNASTIKA
Authors:Štraus, Danijel (Author)
Kolar, Edvard (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
PILETIČ, SEBASTIJAN (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:POVZETEK V diplomski nalogi z naslovom Moška športna gimnastika sem nalogo razdelil na več sklopov, ki zajemajo kratek zgodovinski pregled, organizacijo v mednarodnem in domačem prostoru, značilnosti moške športne gimnastike, pravila za ocenjevanje in kriterij za uvrstitev na olimpijske igre ter tekmovalne uspehe slovenskih telovadcev. Gimnastiko so poznala že ljudstva starih civilizacij in šele na prehodu iz 18. v 19. stoletje je pričela dobivati podobo moderne športne gimnastike. Najbolj zaslužen za to je nemški pedagog Friedrich Ludwig Jahn (1778-1852), ki velja za očeta sodobne športne gimnastike. Večina telovadnega orodja je narejena po njegovih zamislih. Na Slovenskem se je športna gimnastika pričela organizirano razvijati proti koncu 19. stoletja, predvsem po zaslugi Viktorja Murnika. V mednarodnem prostoru je za športno gimnastiko zadolžena mednarodna gimnastična zveza (FIG-a), ki skrbi za izvedbo največjih gimnastičnih tekmovanj (udeležba na olimpijskih igrah, svetovna prvenstva, finale svetovnega pokala) in pomaga pri organizaciji ostalih mednarodnih tekmovanj. Za delovanje in razvoj športne gimnastike v Sloveniji je zadolžena Gimnastična zveza Slovenije, ki je tudi članica FIG-e. V moški športni gimnastiki se tekmuje na šestih orodjih (parter, konj z ročaji, krogi, preskok, bradlja in drog) ekipno, v mnogoboju in po posameznih orodjih. Uspešnost vsakega posameznega tekmovalca se določi z ocenjevanjem, ki mora biti v skladu s Pravilnikom za ocenjevanje mednarodne gimnastične zveze (FIG). Posebna pravila veljajo za uvrstitev na olimpijske igre. Slovenski telovadci veljajo za najuspešnejše športnike v Sloveniji, kar dokazuje število osvojenih zlatih, srebrnih in bronastih odličij z največjih tekmovanj (olimpijskih iger, svetovnih prvenstev, evropskih prvenstev in tekem za svetovni pokal).
Keywords:moška športna gimnastika, značilnosti gimnastičnega orodja, medalje slovenskih telovadcev.
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[D. Štraus]
Source:Maribor
UDC:796(043.2)
COBISS_ID:16997896 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:UHC2UOQV
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Language:English
Title:Men's artistic gymnastics
Abstract:My diploma paper deals with Men's artistic gymnastics. The diploma is divided in more chapters, which deal with historical review, organization on international and national range, characteristics of Men's Artistic gymnastics and the rules for judging and the criteria for placing on the Olympic Games. The last chapter is focused on the Slovene gymnasts' achievements. The nations of old civilizations knew gymnastics, but only in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries Friedrich Ludwig Jahn (1778–1852) created exercises for men on apparatus that ultimately led to what is considered modern gymnastics. In particular, Jahn crafted early models of the men’s apparatus. At the end of the nineteenth century started to develop modern gymnastics in Slovenia, especially because of Viktor Murnik. The International Federation of Gymnastics (FIG) is the governing body of competitive gymnastics. It takes care for participation on Olympic Games, World Gymnastics Championships and Gymnastic World Cup. FIG also helps to organize other international competitions. For operation and development of Artistic Gymnastics in Slovenia is responsible Slovene Gymnastics Federation, which is also a member of FIG. Men compete on six different apparatus –events (Floor Exercise, Pommel Horse, Still Rings, Vaults, Parallel Bars and High Bar). They can compete on individual apparatus or on all six apparatus. The FIG draws up the rules, known as the Code of Points, which regulate how gymnast's performance is evaluated. There are special rules for participation on the Olympic Games. Slovene gymnasts are considered to be the best sportsmen in Slovenia. The proof of this are many gold, silver and bronze medals from the greatest competitions, like Olympic Games, World and Europe Gymnastics Championship and World Cup.
Keywords:Men’s Artistic Gymnastics, characteristics of gymnastics apparatus, medals Slovene gymnasts.


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