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International Olympic Committee Expert Group on Dietary Supplements in Athletes

evaluation, body composition analysis, biochemical testing, nutrition-focused clinical examination, and patient health and performance history. Assessment should take account of maturation status, sex, ethnicity and culture. The limitations and uncertainties in all of the methods employed must be recognised

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Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon

. Uncertainty of results and the ambiguity of the clinical options: Lastly, especially for SOR grades B and C, we need to consider the level of uncertainty of the results and ambiguity of possible clinical options when implementing recommendations. Again, a re-weighting of the recommendation and the possible

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Cole McClean, Michael A. Odio and Shannon Kerwin

. Career Intentions Cunningham et al. ( 2005 ) and Odio et al. ( 2014 ) found that student career intentions can be influenced by internship experiences in the sport management context. They state that career uncertainty can plague sport management interns both before and after an internship despite the

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Brock Laschowski, Naser Mehrabi and John McPhee

acceleration before the moment of release (Figure  5 ); this technique is presumably used by the Paralympian to enhance precision. The translational release velocity (ie, 2.0 ± 0.1 m/s) correlated with that reported by recent mathematical models of curling stone mechanics. 9 The uncertainties in the

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Lachlan J.G. Mitchell, Ben Rattray, Paul Wu, Philo U. Saunders and David B. Pyne

dataset, the uncertainty associated with changes in the metrics of the 12 × 25-m test is large compared with changes in these metrics throughout the season. Table 2 The Effect of Sex, Stroke, Chronological Time, and Stage of the Season on the Aerobic and Anaerobic Parameters Derived From the 12 × 25-m

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Dominic Malcolm

‘are not well founded’ (p. 264). To date sociologists of sport have provided just two studies of the lived experience of SRC. Malcolm ( 2009 ) initially drew on figurational sociology and concepts of medical uncertainty to explain how and why this sporting community sometimes circumvented, and

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Nicholas M. Watanabe, Grace Yan, Brian P. Soebbing and Wantong Fu

measuring things, including the uncertainty of the outcome of the match through using betting odds ( Coates, Humphreys, & Zhou, 2014 ). Moving along, the category of supply capacity takes into account that attendance at sporting events is constrained to the total number of seats in a stadium ( Borland

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Amanda Ebert and Donna L. Goodwin

finding and areas of similarities in the interpretation. ( Smith & McGannon, 2017 ; Thomas, 2017 ). The participants received a summary of the themes via e-mail. Five participants responded. One participant responded, “You did a nice job capturing the uncertainty and specifics in your themes.” The

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Michael Mondello, Brian M. Mills and Scott Tainsky

uncertainty over the within market team reaching the playoffs. A related area of the sport literature is that on rivalry. Although quantitative approaches to rivalry are rare, empirical work has largely attempted to ascertain whether premiums exist for rivalry games ( Beckman, Cai, Esrock, & Lemke, 2012

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Scott Tainsky, Brian M. Mills, Zainab Hans and Kyunghee Lee

, where quantity consumed is likely to be directly related to quantity of residents in the market. Population data for each market year in our data came from the U.S Census Bureau Annual American Community Survey. Game factors ( G ) commonly include team quality, uncertainty of outcome, scoring effects