RACE WALKING. Race walking is a form of walking which is one of the most difficult Olympic sports. Race walking is about walking fast ... … very fas t. It is a way of walking and also a competitive sport. I t allows you to develop an ability to walk faster than many people run.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Race walking is a form of walkingwhich is one of the most difficult Olympicsports.
Race walking is about walking fast ...
It is a way of walking and also a competitivesport. It allows you to develop an ability to walk faster than many people run.
Race walking also helps you understand a very important lesson in life. Life has rules. When you run, you can run as fast as you can and…
…ANY WAY you can. There are no rules. When you race walk, however, you can only walk as fast as you LEGALLY can because there are rules.
Race walking has only two rules :
1.You must keep one foot on the ground at all times. Breaking this rule is called "lifting."
2. The leading leg must be straight at the knee when the foot touches the ground. Breakingthisruleiscall "creeping."
Judges are positioned around a course to ensure that competitors comply with the rules.If racewalker break the rules , the judge is displaying a yellow paddle.If a walker gets three disqualification cards - each from a different judge, they show the walker a red baton, which is the disqualification sign.
Race walkers beside that they cannot keep their knee bent, they also cannot fly if they want to. Observing the two rules, the fastest race walkers cannot go as fast as the fastest runners, and they must find other ways to go fast. The best race walkers usually have natural talent, have good coaches, and train intensely.
Robert Korzeniowski– isa Polishracewalker. He specializes in 50km walk. He has won fourgoldmedalsattheSummerOlympics and threeatworldchampionships.
A walker should:
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING !