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.e. situation-related efficiency of players. We aimed at determining which variables of game performance, i.e., which technical-tactical activities, performed by handball players, had the greatest influence on a positive game outcome - victory in a handball game. Methods Participants The sample of entities consisted of 27 matches, that is of attacking and defensive actions of 54 opposing handball teams during the preliminary round of the competition at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Twelve national teams participated in the tournament (nine from Europe and three teams

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