Jesœs Dapena

 

Grants:

 

Title:  Elite athlete special project (1981-1982).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount channeled through University of Massachusetts: $2,249;  Estimated total amount:  $5,000.

Title:  Biomechanical analysis of elite athletes (1982-1983).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC. Amount channeled through Indiana University:  $6,720;  Estimated total amount:  $8,600.

Title:  Biomechanical analysis of elite athletes (1984-1985).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount channeled through Indiana University:  $2,000;  Estimated total amount:  $2,700.

Title:  Biomechanical analysis of elite athletes (1985-1986).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount: $4,913.

Title:  High jump scientific support project (1986).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount channeled through Indiana University:  $5,740; Total Amount:  $11,500.

Title:  Eccentric muscle contraction in the high jump takeoff (1986-1987).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount:  $5,500.

Title:  Causes for speed fluctuations in hammer throwing (1986-1987).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount:  $11,000.

Title:  High jump scientific support project (1987).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount channeled through Indiana University:  $5,450; Total Amount:  $11,000.

Title:  A three-dimensional analysis of angular momentum in the hammer throw (1987).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount:  $9,000.

Title:  A multiple regression analysis of high jumping technique (1988).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount:  $9,500.

Title:  Biomechanics of high jump (1988).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC.  Amount: $4,280.

Title:  A three-dimensional analysis of hurdling technique (1990).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC / TAC. Amount: $10,480. 

Title:  A biomechanical analysis of olympic high jumping (1992-1993).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  Centre d'Alt Rendiment (Spain).  Amount:  $3,500.

Title:  Technique analysis of high jumpers (1994-1995).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF. Amount: $7,500. 

Title:  An analysis of airborne motions in high jumping (1994-1995).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USOC. Amount: $22,570.

Title:  High jump scientific support project (1995).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $5,000.

Title:  Technique analysis of discus throwers (1996).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $6,000.

Title:  Technique analysis of high jumpers #2 (1997).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $3,000.

Title:  Technique analysis of the high jump (1998).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $4,000.

Title:  Analysis of high jumping technique (1999).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $4,000.

Title:  Analysis of high jumpers (2001).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $4,500.

 Title:  Mechanical analysis of high jumpers (2002).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $5,000.

 Title:  Mechanical analysis of menÕs and womenÕs high jumping (2003).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $5,712.

 Title:  Mechanical analysis of high jumping (2004).  Principal investigator:  J. Dapena.  Funding source:  USATF.  Amount:  $7,058.

 


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