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Alexis Lion, Anne Vuillemin, Florian Léon, Charles Delagardelle, and Aurélie van Hoye

supporting and promoting elite sport with the aim of inducing an increase in PA/sport practice in the general population, which may lead to a healthier population. That is why this proposed mechanism, also called the trickle-down effect, is often used by decision makers and policymakers to legitimize

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Zoë A. Poucher, Katherine A. Tamminen, and Gretchen Kerr

support to an Olympian impacted various aspects of their lives. Joe said: Every interaction impacts everyone else’s. There’s a trickle-down effect. Nothing exists in a silo. So, whether that’s you have a shitty tournament and you have to sort of reflect on it and you might not be in a good mood because

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Shannon C. Mulhearn, Pamela Hodges Kulinna, and Collin Webster

of PA in the classroom. These findings suggest a trickle-down effect beginning with teachers’ satisfaction with their own historical physical education experiences (when they were K-12 students, themselves), leading to feeling competent about PA in general. This competence leads to being more