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Dayron Robles, 110m hurdles Olympic Champion, uses Optojump Next


The Cuban Dayron Robles, Olympic champion and world record holder on the 110 hurdles, participated in a biomechanical evaluation test with 30m of Optojump Next and Microgate's photocells.


It took place at the stadium of Barcelona Joan Serrahima an important test of biomechanical study with the participation of Olympic champion and current world record holder of the 110 hurdles Dayron Robles, joined by the Spanish National Champion Jackson Quiñónez.

The track was equipped with a modular 30m. system of Optojump Next, two webcams which analyzed laterally and posteriorly  the detachment of the starting blocks, a series of photocells Microgate that recorded the times and the speed of passage on various traits of the lane, in addition to other dedicated hardware such as high-speed cameras, etc.

> PhotoGallery of the Event

> Videos with Hi-Speed Cameras

> Broadcast of Catalan TV 3-24