FREQUENCY AND CAUSES OF INJURIES IN WOMEN ATHLETES OF BASKETBALL B LEAGUE OF TURKEY

Eda Semikan Öğün, Yücel Ocak

Abstract


Sports are a social activity that has existed throughout human history. Basketball, as a sports branch, has been in continuous development since the first day it emerged. Basketball is one of the most popular hall sports played all over the world. Anyone who wants to play basketball must have certain characteristics, one of the most important of which is height. 

 

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injuries, women athletes, basketball

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