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Physical Education Waec Answers 2022

Physical Education Waec Answers 2022

SECTION A

(1a)

(i)In the 800m, all runners must stay within their assigned lanes through the first turn, after which they break for position to the inside lane.

(ii)Once all athletes are at the mark, the Starter’s gun is fired,

(iii)runners must remain in their lanes until they pass through the first turn.

(iv)the event ends when a runner’s torso (not the head, arm or leg) crosses the finish line.

(v)competitors are generally divided into two groups at the start

(1b)

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SECTION A

(1a)

(i)In the 800m, all runners must stay within their assigned lanes through the first turn, after which they break for position to the inside lane.

(ii)Once all athletes are at the mark, the Starter’s gun is fired,

(iii)runners must remain in their lanes until they pass through the first turn.

(iv)the event ends when a runner’s torso (not the head, arm or leg) crosses the finish line.

(v)competitors are generally divided into two groups at the start

SECTION D

(8ai)

Combined event are competitions in which athletes participate in several track and field events, earning points for their performance in each event, which adds to a total point score.

(8aii)

(i)decathlon,

(ii)heptathlon

(iii)pentathlon.

(8b)

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(7a)

(i) staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water

(ii) replenishing electrolytes in the body, especially after working out

(iii) reducing alcohol intake

(iv) stretching before using the muscles

(v) avoiding overexertion, especially when it involves the muscles that tend to cramp up

(7bi)

Flat foot: The condition is referred to as pes planus, or fallen arches. It’s normal in infants and usually disappears between ages 2 and 3 years old as the ligaments and tendons in the foot and leg tighten. Having flat feet as a child is rarely serious, but it can last through adulthood.

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(7bii)

Scoliosis: It is one of the more common spinal curvature deviations affecting posture. In a healthy spine, the vertebrae are stacked one on top of other beginning at the base of the skull with the cervical spine and proceeding down through the thoracic spine to the lumbar spine, sacrum, and coccyx.

(7c)

(i) It allows the body to maintain normal length-tension relationships among its muscles while the activity is being performed

(ii) It helps to increased energy, and greater confidence.

(7a)

[Pick any Four]

(i) Wear shoes that fit you well and support your feet.

(ii) Perform frequent leg exercises.

(iii) Stretch your muscles before and after you exercise.

(iv) Experiment with mild exercise right before bed. Walk on the treadmill or ride a bicycle for a few minutes.

(v) Gently stretch your leg muscles before you go to sleep.

(7bi)

Flat foot:

a postural deformity in which the arches of the foot collapse, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground.

(7bii)

Scoliosis:

This is the lateral curvature of the spine in which the spine

(7c)

(i) It allows the body to maintain normal length-tension relationships among its muscles while the activity is being performed

(ii) It helps to increased energy, and greater confident

(1a)

(i) In the 800m, all runners must stay within their assigned lanes through the first turn, after which they break for position to the inside lane.

(ii) Once all athletes are at the mark, the Starter’s gun is fired,

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(iii) Runners must remain in their lanes until they pass through the first turn.

(iv) The event ends when a runner’s torso (not the head, arm or leg) crosses the finish line.

(v) Competitors are generally divided into two groups at the start

(1bi)

Starting blocks are a device used in the sport of track and field by sprint athletes to brace their feet against at the start of a race so they do not slip as they stride forward at the sound of the starter’s pistol.

(ii)

(1c)

(i) 4 × 100 m freestyle relay

(ii) 4 × 200 m freestyle relay

(iii) 4 × 100 m medley relay.

(2a)

(i)Poor take-off

(ii) improper swinging of the arms

(iii) Improper landing

(iv)Wrong body positioning

(v) Uncoordinated rhythms

(2b)

[PICK ANY FIVE]

(i)Long jump

(ii)Discus

(iii)Shot put

(iv)High jump

(v)Pole vault

(vi)Hammer

(vii)Triple jump

 

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