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Shona L. Halson, Alan G. Hahn and Aaron J. Coutts

ensure that all stakeholders have provided permission for use of data for public release and/or research purposes. Accordingly, it is essential that athletes, coaches, and stakeholder organizations provide informed consent and that appropriate ethical approval is sought before planning to publish these

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Yang Liu, Yan Tang, Zhen-Bo Cao, Jie Zhuang, Zheng Zhu, Xue-Ping Wu, Li-Juan Wang, Yu-Jun Cai, Jia-Lin Zhang and Pei-Jie Chen

and equipment, sports organizations and community sports activities based on: 1) whether it is easy to find facilities and equipment for sport/exercise in young people’s communities, 2) whether there is organizations for sport/exercise (e.g. sport clubs) for youth in the community, and 3) whether

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Thomas Haugen

the demands of selected Olympic sports; and test the training models derived by the best practitioners and reveal the underlying mechanisms. Several doctoral theses have followed this structure to merge science and best practice, for example, “Endurance Training Organization in Elite Endurance

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Narayan Subedi, Susan Paudel, Sudip Nepal, Ashmita Karki, Mahendra Magar and Suresh Mehata

Asia: contemporary perspectives . Br Med Bull . 2014 ; 111 ( 1 ): 31 – 44 . doi:10.1093/bmb/ldu018 25190759 10.1093/bmb/ldu018 2. WHO . Noncommunicable Diseases Country Profiles 2014 . Geneva, Switzerland : World Health Organization (WHO) ; 2014 . 3. WHO . Noncommunicable Diseases Country

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Javier Brazo-Sayavera, Cecilia del Campo, María José Rodríguez, Inacio Crochemore Mohnsam da Silva, Eugenio Merellano-Navarro and Pedro R. Olivares

indicator grades. The data sources relied upon most heavily were the 2012 GSHS (World Health Organization, 2012), scientific papers from national journals, and gray literature such as government and nongovernment reports and online content. Results and Discussion Overall, grades for the 10 indicators ranged

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Kingsley K. Akinroye and Ade F. Adeniyi

demonstrated progress through the key stages of public policy making (i.e., policy agenda, policy formation, policy implementation, policy evaluation and decisions about the future) with respect to school Physical Education programmes, approval of Sport Academies, empowerment of non-governmental organizations

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Asaduzzaman Khan, Mohammad Abdul Kadir, Sohel Reza Choudhury, Fatema Ashraf, Mahbubur Rahman, Kazi Rumana Ahmed, K. M. Saif-Ur-Rahman, Sonia Parvin and Riaz Uddin

, Andersen LB , Bull FC , Guthold R , Haskell W , Ekelund U . Global physical activity levels: surveillance progress, pitfalls, and prospects . Lancet . 2012 ; 380 ( 9838 ): 247 – 257 . PubMed ID: 22818937 22818937 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60646-1 2. World Health Organization . The Global

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Joel D. Barnes, Christine Cameron, Valerie Carson, Jean-Philippe Chaput, Rachel C. Colley, Guy E.J. Faulkner, Ian Janssen, Roger Kramers, Travis J. Saunders, John C. Spence, Patricia Tucker, Leigh M. Vanderloo and Mark S. Tremblay

School-Aged Children survey (2013–14 HBSC, World Health Organization/Public Health Agency of Canada), the Opportunities for Physical Activity at School study (2015 OPASS, CFLRI), the Cohort Study for Obesity, Marijuana Use, Physical Activity, Alcohol Use, Smoking and Sedentary Behaviour (2016-17 COMPASS

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Susana Andrade, Angélica Ochoa-Avilés, Wilma Freire, Natalia Romero-Sandoval, Daniel Orellana, Teodoro Contreras, José Luis Pillco, Jessica Sacta, Diana Andrade Muñoz, Patricia Ramírez, Miguel Martin and Silvana Donoso

(when applies). A group of experts was identified and invited to join the Ecuadorian Researchers Working Group (RWG), which included seven experts (5 from academia and 2 from government organizations). The governmental representatives participated partially on the development of the Report Card due to

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Yolanda Demetriou, Antje Hebestreit, Anne K. Reimers, Annegret Schlund, Claudia Niessner, Steffen Schmidt, Jonas David Finger, Michael Mutz, Klaus Völker, Lutz Vogt, Alexander Woll and Jens Bucksch

, B+, B-) for most indicators relating to Setting and Sources of Influence with the exception of the Government indicator, which was assigned an incomplete grade (Table  1 ). Nevertheless, most children and youth in Germany failed to meet the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation for PA and