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A comparison of match activity demands between male and female state-level Australian basketball competitions
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Aaron ScanlanAaron Scanlan, Vincent DalboVincent Dalbo, Benjamin DascombeBenjamin Dascombe, Peter ReaburnPeter Reaburn, Brendan HumphriesBrendan Humphries, Michael KingsleyMichael Kingsley
This study compared the match activity demands of state-level Australian basketball competition between genders. The results suggest that state-level Australian male basketball competition might involve a greater dribbling workload than female competition, while female match play may impose larger running demands relative to live playing time. Contrarily, the relative intermittent, shuffling and sprinting demands encountered during state-level Australian basketball competition appear similar across genders.