Marilena, Cojocaru; Adin-Marian, Cojocaru
June 2011
Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati: Fascicle XV: ;2011, Issue 1, p157
Academic Journal
The present work tries to analyze this act of the game, because is one of the most important, and because the job of coordinator (the setter) is the most suppliant of all, both physical and intellectual. This work will establish which is the efficiency of the raising actions for the level of National Junior Championship, both of the specialized players (the coordinators of the game) and of the other participants to the game.


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