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World Standard Scores

Comparing My Scores to World Famous Athletes

 

COMPARING MY SCORES TO THE WORLD’S BEST

VERTICAL LEAP WORLD STANDARDS

Player:
Vertical Leap:
Michael Jordan
48" (122 cm)
Darrell Griffith
48" (122 cm)
Spudd Webb
46"
Dee Brown
44"
Harold Miner
44"
Vince Carter
43"
Steve Francis
43"
Antonio McDyess
42"
Dominique Wilkins
42"
Allen Iverson
41" (104 cm)
Dr. J
41"
Julius Erving
41"
Shawn Kemp
40" (102 cm)
Larry Nance
40"
 
 
 
 
 
Rex Chapmann
 
39"
Kobe Bryant
38"
Desmond Mason
38"
Ralph Sampson
36"
Daryl Dawkins
34"
Shaquille Oneal
32"
Lamar Odom
32"
Magic Johnson
30"
Karl Malone
28"
Larry Bird
28"
 
 
BEEP TEST SCORES WORLD STANDARDS
Soccer / Football
  • Young potential star Nicholas Condylis, moved from Australia to play for Panathinaikos club in Greece two years ago at age 15. He was recorded a 17.1 in the beep test, which puts him up there with the international standard. (St George News, Feb 08)
  • The Indian Soccer squad has an average beep test score of 11.7, with Steven Dias as the best. The article reported that the world standard for soccer players is is 13.09, (as reported by the Hindustan Times online, July 2007)
  • Australian Brett Emerton, playing in the English Premier League for Blackburn Rovers, scored a level 15 a the beep test just before the World Cup (Vitalfootball.co.uk, June 2007)
  • Casey Stoney, the Charlton women’s football team captain, who is also an instructor in a gym, reached level 13. The rest of the English World Cup squad dropped out between eight and 12 (Timesonline.com, June 2007)
  • An article in the Independent.ie reported that Dublin player Wes Hoolahan has beaten the test twice (May 07).
  • David Beckham has reputedly completed the test, which seems like a bit of hype. Another source I found said he has reached level 16, which seems more believable.
  • Australian player Nick Carle reached level 13.1 (March 07)
  • Brazilian import for the Melbourne Victory team, Fred, is the fittest player in the squad, recording a level of 16 when he did the beep test (Jan 07).
  • English Premier League player Lee Gong Dook was reported to have reached level 17 (Jan 07).
Females
  • Fiona Johnson was one of the two fittest players in the Australian Hockeyroos squad (Field Hockey), having achieved an exceptional 14 in the beep test (reported in the Australian Online, Aug 08).
  • England’s Women’s World Cup squad: Casey Stoney has got up to level 13, with the rest of the squad dropping out between level eight and 12 (as reported on thefa.com in June 2007).
  • For females, the UK National Women’s Rugby seven a side to Hong Kong spring 2001 averaged over 11 with a range from 9 to 12.
  • Of the New Zealand female Field Hockey team (the Black Sticks), Muirhead and Weavers are the only females to have reached level 15. In March 2007.
  • The Oregon University women’s basketball team record is by New Zealander Micaela Cocks, who scored level 14 in 2007.
 
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