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Cutting performance wearing different studded soccer shoes on dry and wet artificial turf

Dirk De Clercq UGent, Gijs Debuyck, Joeri Gerlo UGent, Stijn Rambour UGent, Veerle Segers and Ine Van Caekenberghe UGent (2014) FOOTWEAR SCIENCE. 6(2). p.81-87
abstract
The ability to perform fast cutting manoeuvres is essential in soccer and requires sufficient traction between shoe and surface. Artificial turf (AT) surfaces are widely used in soccer and among others turf moisture and shoe studs can influence traction. The aim of this study was to quantify the influence of moisture (DRY and WET AT), for three realistic shoe stud characteristics sets [Turf Field (TF), Artificial Grass (AG) and Firm Ground (FG)], on cutting performance, executed traction and perception of the players. Twelve experienced soccer players performed 10 × 5 m shuttle run tests. Ground reaction forces of the open stance phase of the 180° turns were measured and required traction was calculated. Players' perception was also measured. A two-way 2×3 analysis of variance (ANOVA) Repeated Measures with Bonferroni correction was conducted. On dry AT no performance differences between the three tested shoe stud characteristics sets could be measured. On wet AT the AG and FG designs performed evenly well but when wearing the TF shoe, equipped with 74 short studs, significant surface x shoe interaction effects indicated decreased performance and traction on the wet surface. The experienced players perceived shoe x surface evoked differences in performance and traction very well.
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journalArticle (original)
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published
subject
keyword
artificial turf, football turf, shuttle run, traction, soccer shoe, cutting movement
journal title
FOOTWEAR SCIENCE
Footwear Sci.
editor
Ewald M Hennig and Thorsten Sterzing
volume
6
issue
2
issue title
Soccer shoes : enhancing fit and performance
pages
81 - 87
ISSN
1942-4280
DOI
10.1080/19424280.2014.895056
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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c:vabb:390706
VABB type
VABB-1
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4421059
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4421059
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2014-06-17 15:25:20
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  author       = {De Clercq, Dirk and Debuyck, Gijs and Gerlo, Joeri and Rambour, Stijn and Segers, Veerle and Van Caekenberghe, Ine},
  editor       = {Hennig, Ewald M and Sterzing, Thorsten},
  issn         = {1942-4280},
  journal      = {FOOTWEAR SCIENCE},
  keyword      = {artificial turf,football turf,shuttle run,traction,soccer shoe,cutting movement},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {81--87},
  title        = {Cutting performance wearing different studded soccer shoes on dry and wet artificial turf},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19424280.2014.895056},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2014},
}

Chicago
De Clercq, Dirk, Gijs Debuyck, Joeri Gerlo, Stijn Rambour, Veerle Segers, and Ine Van Caekenberghe. 2014. “Cutting Performance Wearing Different Studded Soccer Shoes on Dry and Wet Artificial Turf.” Ed. Ewald M Hennig and Thorsten Sterzing. Footwear Science 6 (2): 81–87.
APA
De Clercq, Dirk, Debuyck, G., Gerlo, J., Rambour, S., Segers, V., & Van Caekenberghe, I. (2014). Cutting performance wearing different studded soccer shoes on dry and wet artificial turf. (E. M. Hennig & T. Sterzing, Eds.)FOOTWEAR SCIENCE, 6(2), 81–87.
Vancouver
1.
De Clercq D, Debuyck G, Gerlo J, Rambour S, Segers V, Van Caekenberghe I. Cutting performance wearing different studded soccer shoes on dry and wet artificial turf. Hennig EM, Sterzing T, editors. FOOTWEAR SCIENCE. 2014;6(2):81–7.
MLA
De Clercq, Dirk, Gijs Debuyck, Joeri Gerlo, et al. “Cutting Performance Wearing Different Studded Soccer Shoes on Dry and Wet Artificial Turf.” Ed. Ewald M Hennig & Thorsten Sterzing. FOOTWEAR SCIENCE 6.2 (2014): 81–87. Print.