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The literature contains a hypothesis regarding the well-timed loading response of lower limbs for the sliding in curling and how it might be related to lower joints. The purpose of this study was to compare between the kinematic variables of ROM and the plantar pressure of loading response in the feet. In order to analyze the variables between the korea national elite group(N=5) and the registered novice group(N=5), this study analyzed kinematic variables and kinetic variables, respectively. The statistical procedures of this paper was both pared t-test and linear regression analysis and performed by SPSS(ver. 12.0) As a results of the 3D video image analysis between the two groups, during FS phase the significant difference were the angular displacement of ankle joint(p<.001), the angular acceleration of knee joint(p<.01), and the angular displacement and velocity of hip joint(p<.01, p<.05). And also during SL phase, the significant difference was the angular displacement of ankle joint. As a results of the PEDAR system between the two groups, During FS phase the significant difference were CA, MF, PTI(p<.05). And during SL phase, the significant difference was CA(p<.01), respectively. As a results of analysis between ROM of acceleration and force of loading response, during FS phase the elite group showed the positive linear correlation in the ankle joint. Also during SL phase the elite group showed the positive linear correlation with the knee and ankle joints. In this study, these results concluded that the elite group showed the optimum delivery techniques such as the higher pressure of load response, the lower of body position, the larger base of support than the registered novice group.