The Degree of Knowledge of Sports Games During their Practice


  • Ali Ibrahim Malik
  • Mohammed Na’am Hassan



Knowledge, sports, Health attitude; games and practice.


The importance of conducting this research is that it seeks to obtain information and knowledge of the
information and knowledge of the employees of the Directorate of Physical Training and Police Games in
the Babil Police Command, because this is an urgent necessity to evaluate these outcomes in order to work
on improving this important aspect, which may contribute to improving their level In the sciences related
to the field of sports (football, basketball, volleyball, and handball), it is also considered to provide a new
measurement method based on scientific foundations through which the knowledge aspect of these games
can be evaluated in order to identify weaknesses and deficiencies in knowledge and theoretical and practical
information that includes legal aspects And technical, and this test may contribute to classifying them at
different levels according to their scientific knowledge, whether on the theoretical or practical side, and this
test can also be used in the tests of new affiliates. And after the data obtained from the research sample were
subjected to statistical treatment after they were subjected to the scientific foundations, and through the
results obtained by the researcher from the study sample, the researcher concluded that the majority of the
sample members are prevented from sport knowledge regarding football, basketball, volleyball and handball
in terms of Acquiring the skill and how to learn and mastering the required movements and exercises,
especially the training method and method and legal positions.

Author Biographies

Ali Ibrahim Malik

Post Graduate

Mohammed Na’am Hassan

Prof. Dr. University of Babylon/College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/Iraq




How to Cite

Ali Ibrahim Malik, & Mohammed Na’am Hassan. (2021). The Degree of Knowledge of Sports Games During their Practice. Medico Legal Update, 21(2), 1482–1486.