IAAF New Studies in Athletics

Welcome to the NSA Archive.

The NSA Archive provides the athletics community with a resource of specific technical information gathered over the last quarter of a century. It is a unique database with a powerful search engine via which articles are accessible as PDF-files (Adobe Acrobat Reader Format) which can then be downloaded or read online.

The archive is updated yearly and currently articles from 1986 to 2015 are available.

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AUTHOR(S) SIZE TITLE CATEGORIES YEAR VOL. ISSUE
5 MB Biomechanics of javelin throwing. 1986 1 3
2 MB Practical experiences of altitude training with female middle distance runners. 1986 1 3
1 MB Some initial observations on the new men’s javelin. 1986 1 3
2 MB Training at altitude - general principles and personal 1986 1 3
2 MB How vitamins affect performance. 1987 2 2
2 MB Quality of preparation and performance: The significance of "R & R". 1987 2 3
4 MB Technical and Methodological considerations on the jumps. 1987 2 2
1 MB The application of therapeutic modalities within the framework of regeneration. 1987 2 3
1 MB The control of performance within the framework of the sport training process. 1987 2 4
4 MB Physiological intensity values employed to plan endurance training. 1988 3 4
5 MB Model technique analysis sheets for the horizontal jumps Part I: the Long Jump. 1989 4 3
2 MB NSA Round Table 12 - Hurdle events. 1990 5 4
2 MB Endurance in the 400m Hurdles. 1991 6 2
2 MB Variable practice: a strategy for the optimization of skill learning in youth athletics. 1992 7 3
748 KB Staying in the race. 1994 9 4
1 MB The biomechanics of hurdling: force plate analysis to assess hurdling technique. 1994 9 4
1 MB An outline of the Australian Decathlon Coaching Prog. 1995 10 2
2 MB The most effective technical training for the 110 metres hurdles. 1995 10 3
5 MB Environmental conditions, training systems and performance development of Kenyan runners. 1996 11 4
2 MB No speed limits. 1996 11 2+3
1 MB Physiological analysis of qualities required in sprinting. 1996 11 2+3
1 MB Some reflections on maximum speed sprinting technique. 1996 11 2+3
2 MB The elastic strength development of Jonathan Edwards. 1996 11 2+3
2 MB The European School in sprint training - The experiences in Russia. 1996 11 2+3
197 KB Biomechanical analysis of the top three male high jumpers at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics 2008 23 2
325 KB Biomechanical Analysis of the Discus at the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Athletics 2010 25 3+4
607 KB Biomechanical Analysis of the Sprint and Hurdles Events at the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Athletics 2011 26 1+2
196 KB Conference Report: The 3rd European Discus and Hammer Conference [report] 2015 30 3
432 KB Influence of Visual Impairment on the Regulatory Mechanism Used During the Approach and Take-off in the Long Jump 2015 30 4
243 KB The Force-Velocity Mechanical Profile in Sprint Running: Perspectives in Hamstring Muscle Injury Follow-Up and Prevention 2015 30 4