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Tactical and shooting variables that determine the difference between win or loss in top-level female water polo: analysis by phases of the game

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Abstract:

The basic aim of this research study is to analyze the efficacy values and speed of shot of two championships female water polo, comparing winning and losing indicators classified according to different playing situations (even, power play, transition and penalty). Fifty female games that formed part of the 2008 European Championship and the 2009 World Championship have been analyzed. The results showed significant differences between winning and losing teams in the coefficients of accuracy of shots in the European Championship, and in the coefficient of definition, resolution of shots and the resolution, detention and error of shots at goal in the World Championship. The maximal speed achieved was 17.31 m.s-1 in the European Championship. It could be said that the efficacy values that determine the difference between winning and losing teams are those that make reference to the accuracy of the shot. The even microsituation is the most important determining factor in the winner or loser status of a team. No differences were found in the speed of shot between winning and losing teams within the same championship but they do exist between championships.

Keywords: EFFICACY OF SHOTS; MATCH ANALYSIS; PERFORMANCE INDICATORS; THROWING VELOCITY IN GAME

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2012

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