The sample of observation were the male senior national selections of the 16th World Championship in Handball, held in Egypt from 1-16 June 1999. By the transversal model at 19 games, the activity of players was analyzed in 2100 attacks and 2032 defenses of the medal winning team sand teams that did not win medals. The scope of the paper was to identify and analyze mistakes in the phases of attack and defense from the exactly determined structure of contestants' activity of the highly ...
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Repeated passes and throws increases the risk of overuse injury. The shoulder needs to have strength, stability and extreme mobility at the same time. Other body parts can also sustain an injury. Many handball players injure their knee, ankle and back. Ankle sprains are common, every handball player can expect at least one during their playing career.
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The player must play smoothly by passing the ball in the way governed by handball rules. The player failing to do so will have a foul declared against his/her team. During running, passing or shooting an attacking player should not use his/her elbow to keep away the defending player to make way for him.
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