Purpose: The purpose of this study is to provide basic data for the prevention of sports injuries in Taekwondo Poomsae athletes by investigating and analyzing sports injuries. Method: This study, a survey was conducted to study the condition of sports injuries targeting Taekwondo Poomsae players. A total of 144 subjects were included in the study, including 72 males and 72 females. The experience was classified into 55 people with less than 3 years of experience, 42 people with 4-5 years of experi-ence, and 47 people with more than 6 years of experience. As a research tool, questionnaires were obtained from participating athletes registered with the Korea Taekwondo Association and used to investigate the actual sports injuries of Taekwondo Poomsae athletes. The questionnaire was constructed and used for demographic charac-teristics and sports injuries. Results: As a result of examining Taekwondo Poomsae athletes' experience with sports injuries within the past year, 121 out of 144 athletes answered that they had experienced, and 23 athletes answered that they had never experienced it. As a result of cross-analysis between the sexes concerning whether the athletes experienced sports injuries, there was a significant(p=.000) difference. As a result of analyzing sports injuries that occurred during competition and training, by gender, 10 male(100%) and 14 female(58.3.4%) athletes experienced injuries during training, respectively, and both during training and competition. The number of experienced players was 48 male(45.3%) and 58 female(54.7%). As a result of cross-analysis, there was a significant difference(p=.001). As a result of analyzing the frequency of sports injuries according to the gender of Taekwondo athletes, it was found that both male and female athletes suffered the most sports injuries in the order of ankle, knee, waist, and foot. As a result of analyzing the frequency of sports injuries according to the gender of Taekwondo athletes, the hamstring and waist were the most damaged in both male and female athletes. Conclusion: Taekwondo Poomsae athletes experienced sports injuries, and it was found that injuries occurred a lot during training. In addition, the injured joints were found in the order of ankle, knee, and waist in both men and women, and the hamstring was the most common muscle in both men and women.
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