The project focused primarily on development of methods and technologies for planning and monitoring of transformation processes of athletes. In this period the Faculty of Sport developed some new procedures of biomechanical modelling, modelling of athletes' potential performance and objectivisation procedures for playing situations by means of electronic vision, it studied the spheres of basic and special motor abilities and their relations to other sub-spheres of athletes' psychosomatic component in selected sports as well as introduced some new technologies for establishing players' external and internal loading. We developed new procedures for kinematic and dynamic analysis of parameters of specific movement structures in selected sports (athletics, alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, tennis, bowling, handball) enabling a more objective and accurate programming of training techniques. As regards sport games we developed prognostic models of potential performance from the point of view of players' morphological variables, special motor abilities and psychological characteristics. The essential contribution to the international development of kinesiologic science is reflected in the development of cybernetic technology, prognostic methods and methods for explaining athletes' performance. Through this project we established good co-operation with some similar revered institutions around the world such as: The Institute of Sport in Cologne and Freiburg, the Institute of Biomechanics in Jyvaskyla, the Faculty of Physical Education and Health in Toronto, the Faculty of Physical Culture of the Palacky University in Olomouc, the Faculty of Physical Culture and Sport of the Komensky University in Bratislava, the Faculty of Physical Education in Budapest and the Faculty of Kinesiology of the Zagreb University. At the same time the results of the research programme were brought into practice. It should also be noted that we established a very useful co-operation with the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG), the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF), the International Skiing Federation (FIS) and the International Bowling Federation (FIQ). The research project was also awarded an important international verification, as the results were presented at many international congresses and conferences (Perth, Australia - 1999; Hong Kong, China - 2000; Tartu, Estonia - 2001; Cologne, Germany - 2001; San Francisco, USA - 2001; Paris, France - 2003). Some results of the project represent particularly important contributions and were published in the following renowned international scientific and professional journals: Collegium Antropologicum, Sportonomics, Kinantropologia, Leistungssport, New Studies in Athletics, Track Technique, Biology of Sport, Gymnica, Kinesiology, Atletica Studi, Acta Kinesiologiae Universitatis Tartuensis, Human Kinetics. The results of the research were presented during the lectures of the post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Kinesiology of the Zagreb University and the Faculty of Physical Culture in Banja Luka. This project was also incorporated in two transnational projects (Croatia - Slovenia: "Modelling and Evaluation of Methodical Procedures in Conditioning", 2001-2004, Faculty of Kinesiology in Zagreb; Czech Republic - Slovenia: "Human Motorics", 1998-2000, Palacky University in Olomouc).