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Tom De Clerck, Annick Willem, Sofie Morbée, Delfien Van Dyck, and Leen Haerens

, also the role of the sports clubs leaders (i.e., volunteer board members and, in larger sports clubs, executives or CEOs) cannot be underestimated. Namely, leaders can indirectly influence members’ motivation via their impact on coaches (i.e., trickle-down effect). Specifically, the trickle-down effect

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Jonathon Edwards, Diane Culver, Ross Leadbetter, Kate Kloos, and Luke Potwarka

.g., regulations, policies, coaching requirements, and procedures) and enforced by NSOs and the Coaching Association of Canada. These standards have a “trickle downeffect through to P/TSOs, and sometimes the community sport organizations, that ultimately select MCDs who train the CDs for delivery. These roles and

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Thomas Gretton, Lindsey Blom, Dorice Hankemeier, and Lawrence Judge

influences consisted of an array of factors for P1, including the effect that the subordinate theme of 10- vs 12-step approach had on her PPR and also the trickle down effect the same theme had on the subordinate theme of competition feedback (see Table  1 ). Conceptually speaking, results found that