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Correction: Career Performance Trajectories in Track and Field Jumping Events from Youth to Senior Success: The Importance of Learning and Development

  • Gennaro Boccia,
  • Paolo Moisè,
  • Alberto Franceseschi,
  • Francesco Trova,
  • Davide Panero,
  • Antonio La Torre,
  • Alberto Rainoldi,
  • Federico Schena,
  • Marco Cardinale

Correction: Career Performance Trajectories in Track and Field Jumping Events from Youth to Senior Success: The Importance of Learning and Development

  • Gennaro Boccia, 
  • Paolo Moisè, 
  • Alberto Franceseschi, 
  • Francesco Trova, 
  • Davide Panero, 
  • Antonio La Torre, 
  • Alberto Rainoldi, 
  • Federico Schena, 
  • Marco Cardinale
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Fig 2 appears incorrectly. Please see the correct Fig 2 and its figure legend here.

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Fig 2. Age reaching personal best performance.

The age of reaching personal best performance (mean±SD) is reported for each subgroup of athlete. The sample was sub-grouped on the base of the percentiles of the personal best performance (reported in the x axis). Overall, top-level athletes reached their personal best performance later than the rest of the sample in all disciplines and genders: (A) men high jump; (B) men long jump; (C) women high jump; (D) women long jump. Post hoc analysis is showed as: *** p<0.0001.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0178662.g001

Fig 3 appears incorrectly. Please see the correct Fig 3 and its figure legend here.

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Fig 3. Annual rate of change in performance.

For each age from 14 to 18 years, the annual rates of change in performance (mean±SD) are reported for top-level athletes and the rest of the sample. Overall, top-level athletes showed greater annual rate of change in performance than the rest of the sample in all disciplines and genders: (A) men high jump; (B) men long jump; (C) women high jump; (D) women long jump. Post hoc analysis are reported as *p<0.05; **p<0.01; **p<0.001.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0178662.g002

Reference

  1. 1. Boccia G, Moisè P, Franceschi A, Trova F, Panero D, La Torre A, et al. (2017) Career Performance Trajectories in Track and Field Jumping Events from Youth to Senior Success: The Importance of Learning and Development. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170744. pmid:28129370