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The degree to which a purpose is achieved. In biomechanics effectiveness refers, for example, to how well a particular running technique helps a sprinter complete the 100 m as quickly as possible. A technique may be effective in enabling the sprinter to run fast, but inefficient in terms of energy expenditure.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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