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Influence of the efficacy values in numerical equality on the condition of winner or loser in the 2003 Water Polo World Championship

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The purpose of this study was to find the efficacy values in the playing micro-situations in numerical equality with or without ball possession and to analyze the relation between these and the condition of winner or loser. We analysed the matches of the X World Championship of Water polo which did not end in a draw. Playing micro-situations in numerical equality were evaluated by means of coefficients, which obtain efficacy values. Some differences were revealed, in male category, in the following coefficients with possession: concretion, definition, resolution, accuracy and blocked shots received (p<.001) and precision (p=.001). Without possession: concretion, definition, resolution, accuracy and blocked shots made (p<.001) and precision (p=.001). In female category with the following coefficients with possession: concretion, definition and precision (p<.001), resolution (p=.001), possibility (p=.005) and accuracy (p=.017). Without possession: concretion, definition and precision (p<.001), resolution (p=.001), possibility (p=.005) and accuracy (p=.017); taking as a reference a value of p<.05. To conclude with, we can say that in twelve out of the fourteen efficacy coefficients proposed for evaluating the playing micro-situations in numerical equality with or without ball possession in male and female water polo there are significant differences between the condition of winner or loser.
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Keywords: EFFICACY; LOSER; NUMERICAL EQUALITY; WATER POLO; WINNER

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-02-01

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