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INTERNATIONAL SPORT COACHING JOURNAL

DIGEST VOLUME 5, Issue #2

gaining a greater understanding of the key issues surrounding talent identification and how these may affect their practice. Transfer of Life Skills in Sport-Based Youth Development Programs: A Conceptual Framework Bridging Learning to Application Jacobs, J.M., & Wright, P.M. (2018). Quest, 70 (1), 81

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Michely V. Andreatta, Victor M. Curty, João Victor S. Coutinho, Miguel Ângelo A. Santos, Paula F. Vassallo, Nuno F. de Sousa and Valério G. Barauna

response to exercise and to remain elevated in response to long-lasting high resistance exercise (RE). 5 Identification of an accurate, easy to measure biomarker to aid the management of exercise-induced performance decrement related to muscle damage would be a major advance for monitoring training load

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INTERNATIONAL SPORT COACHING JOURNAL

DIGEST VOLUME 5, ISSUE #1

Sergio Lara-Bercial, A.J. Rankin-Wright, Jason Tee, Fieke Rongen, Tom Mitchell, Mike Ashford, David Piggott and Kevin Till

what it means to ‘be’ a youth performance coach are reported in this article. Data analysis resulted in the identification of three constituent ‘essences’ of youth performance coaching: (i) care; (ii) a commitment to educate athletes authentically for corporeal challenges to come; and (iii

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International Sport Coaching Journal

DIGEST VOLUME 6, ISSUE #1

relationships. In this way practitioners can be more aware of these factors in talent identification, talent development and performance environments.

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Paolo Menaspà, Marco Sias, Gene Bates and Antonio La Torre

sessions. Furthermore, detailed demand of competition information can guide sport scientists and coaches in the talent identification and teams selection process, allowing for evidence-based decisions. Conclusions Elite women’s WC competitions (2012–2015) were about 15% longer than competitions of the same

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Diego Alves dos Santos, Bianca Miarka, Fabio dal Bello, Andreia Cristiane Carrenho Queiroz, Pedro Henrique Berbert de Carvalho, Ciro José Brito and Ralph Beneke

significant and positive beta coefficient ( P  ≤ .001); in the seventh step, total strikes attempted had negative changes over the years ( P  ≤ .001), as submission attempts in the last step ( P  = .047). Discussion The identification of experience as a potential mediator of success could help to understand

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INTERNATIONAL SPORT COACHING JOURNAL

DIGEST VOLUME 5, Issue #3

stressors that may be abnormal for someone outside of an elite sporting context. Research has implied that negative consequences can emerge from talent-identification (TI) environments when the participants are not well-equipped to cope with such stressors. These authors suggest that parents are ‘uniquely

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Paul G. Schempp and Sophie Woorons

events that allow them to draw on their sizable knowledge store. This process of pattern recognition involves the identification of critical cues (e.g., words, sounds, movements) as the event or performance unfolds” (pp. 31–32). Gibson and Pick ( 2000 ), believed perceptual capacities required the

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Mara Simon and Laura Azzarito

northeastern United States participated in this study. The participant criteria included the following: participants’ teaching experience in a predominantly White school for at least 3 years and participants’ self-identification as ethnic minority and female. Participants’ age varied from late 20s to early 60s

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Tasha Guadalupe and Matthew D. Curtner-Smith

). Melancholy gender/refused identification . In M. Berger , B. Wallis , & S. Watson (Eds.), Constructing masculinity (pp.  21 – 36 ). New York, NY : Routledge . Chen , Y. , & Curtner-Smith , M. ( 2013 ). Hegemonic masculinity in sport education: Case studies of experienced in