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The purpose of this study was investigated that the kinematics of performance variables adopted by the university long jumpers during the transition zone of the approach are significantly related to the actual distance jumped. The subjects were Three of the finalists in the men's long jump competition of the World Student Games held in Daegu, Korea in August 2003. The real-life three-dimensional coordinates of 20 body landmarks during each trial were collected using a Direct Linear Transformation procedure. Three Distal video cameras were used to record the locations and orientations of a range pole and the performance of the subjects at a frequency of 60Hz. Resulting kinematic data were obtained for the last three strides, velocity, height, and angle.After analyzing the kinematic data during the transition zone of the approach following findings are obtained: The rhythm of the last three strides of jumpers is such that the length of the second last stride is longer than that of the last stride. It was conformed that the jumpers increase about 0.2m/s in the horizontal velocity during the final two strides of the approach. The downward velocity of the center of gravity of the whole body was -0.2m/s and over at the touchdown of the takeoff board, indicating that the low center of gravity position helps to keep downward velocity small. The takeoff angle was 20° and over. The rang for the change of the body angle showed that the its rate of touchdown and takeoff was appropriately 1.2:1 during the support phase of the takeoff board.