The aim of this study was to find out the differences of biomechanical factors from touching down the vaulting board to landing when techniques of 1/1Turn, stretched, and Tucked were performed on the old vaulting horse and on the new vaulting table. Three national representative men gymnasts were sampled for this study. Three dimension motion analyses by means of six Sony PD-150 video cameras with the velocity of 60 fps were used. As a result of analyzing the kinetic data from two kind of vaulting table, the following conclusions were made. 1. There was not significant differences of angular momentum between the old and the new vaulting table in all three techniques except the phase of stepping on the vaulting board and contacting the vaulting horse in the Tucked technique. IN the two phases above, the angular momentum in the new vaulting table was greater than that of the old vaulting horse. 2. There were few significant differences between the old and the new vaulting horses in the horizontal and vertical reaction force according to techniques when stepping was performed. However, it appeared tendency that the horizontal and vertical reaction force in the new vaulting table was a little greater than that of the old vaulting horse when the 1/1Turn, the Stretched and the Tucked were performed.