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ABSTRACT

Field hockey is an accessible sport, spectacular and very dynamic. In athletics, for example, speed is essential for victory in other branches of other sports, like soccer, handball, rugby, field hockey it creates undeniable advantages. In the presented the diploma thesis I choose this theme to highlight the importance that the speed of the hockey player is a contributing factor to the individual technical and tactical training, with positive effects of the team`s performance in the game. What is speed? It is the ability to reach a high velocity of movement in whatever mode of locomotion running, cycling, skating swimming etc. Very often, the techniques and the tactics are more relevant to successful sports performance than all-out speed. Speed is passed on genetically, it cannot be learned, but can be further developed. It depends a lot on the type of muscle fibres you earn genetically, if you have a lot of white fibres than you have more speed, if you have more red fibre your strength and endurance is better. I started a research in February 12, 2012 and finished in May 24, 2012. The subjects were in number of 12 players within the field hockey team of the Clubul Sportiv colar (CSS) from Trgu Mure. I created two groups, one was the experimental group and the other was the control group. The location of my research is Liceul cu Program Sportiv Szasz Adalbert in Trgu Mure, within the Clubul Sportiv colar Trgu Mure field hockey section. The research types that I choose was the experimental research, the bibliographical research, and the statistical and mathematical research. In the experiment I applied two tests, one of the tests is the initial test and the other one is the final test, which includes three exercises: sprint 30 meters sprint 30 meters in zig-zag sprint 30 meters dribbling obstacles After nearly three months of heavy training the players from the experimental group had some progress with my training method, but was it enough to prove the hypothesis? For the interpretation statistical and mathematical research I used the t (Student) test with the following formula: t = X i X f / Si + Sf / n (where X i is the initial average of the group in the sprint results, X f is the final average of the group in the sprint results, Si is the initial standard deviation, Sf is the final standard deviation) which shows us the results of the players evolution, if there are any. And for these results to be conclusive the evolution has to be more than 1.6. In conclusion we can confirm that the following hypothesis Speed of the hockey player is a contributing factor to the individual technical and tactical training, with positive effects of the team`s performance in the game " because the results we gained are significant