The purpose of the study was to see the relationship of selected motor fitness components with 100 meter sprint performance of sprinters.
Methodology: For this study twenty male inter-collegiate athletes aged between 18-25 years were selected from Davangere university athletic championship. The Motor Fitness Components included Speed (50 yard run), Muscular strength (Pull-ups), Muscular endurance (Bent knee sit-ups), Muscular power (Standing broad jump), Circulatory respiratory endurance (600-yards run/walk test), Flexibility (Sit and Reach) and Agility (Shuttle run). The time chosen for assessing the performance ability was administered in the Vanakeobavva Athletic Stadium Chitradurga, Karnataka state. To find out the correlations between motor fitness components and 100mt sprint performance Pearson product- moment Method of correlation was used.
Findings: There is a significant relationship found between selected Motor Fitness Components such as Speed, Muscular Endurance Muscular Power, Circulatory Respiratory Endurance, Agility and Sprint Performance. Insignificant relationship found between selected Motor Fitness Component such as Muscular Strength and Sprint Performance. There is a no significant relationship found between selected Motor Fitness Component such as Flexibility and Sprint Performance.