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Gavin Breslin, Tandy Haughey, Wesley O’Brien, Laura Caulfield, Alexa Robertson and Martin Lawlor

, and unless you actually dive in and see, you’ll never find out. The term “mental fitness” was used in the program in place of “mental health” and “well-being.” It was evident from the participants’ views in relation to this terminology that the terms used are important in engaging young people in

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Meredith Rocchi and Luc G. Pelletier

of 424 coaches ( n male  = 306, n female  = 103, and n missing  = 15) aged 19–71 years ( M  = 42.25, SD  = 10.10) participated in the study. They came from a variety of sport backgrounds including basketball, boxing, cross-country skiing, diving, figure skating, football, gymnastics, hockey

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Elizabeth J. Durden-Myers, Nigel R. Green and Margaret E. Whitehead

folk dancing, synchronized swimming, diving, and trampolining. Note . Adapted from Physical literacy: Throughout the lifecourse (pp. 182–183), by E. Murdoch and M.E. Whitehead, 2010, London, UK: Routledge. Foundation movement patterns: These patterns comprise those aspects of physical competence

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John D. Fair

.” 39 Especially appealing was the rags to riches story of how Dubois had risen from poverty in the south Bronx. When his father died he was sent to a Catholic orphanage where he excelled in swimming, diving, and boxing. But Dubois also displayed an artistic bent. While shining shoes and selling

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Adele Pavlidis, Millicent Kennelly and Laura Rodriguez Castro

practitioners. Three of the images of loss were powerful, while one was baffling. The latter was published by The Australian on April 4, the first day of the 2018 Games. The image could be described as another representation of a “white woman smiling”, yet the headline, “Games over: Tameka dives into

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Shelley Lucas

dive” after the Coors Classic ended. 36 What is missing from these comments is an examination of the gender relations inherent in the ideological and structural underpinnings of race formats and cycling governance– then and now, that contribute to the shifting status of women’s cycling. A few cycling

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Ashley A. Hansen, Joanne E. Perry, John W. Lace, Zachary C. Merz, Taylor L. Montgomery and Michael J. Ross

.9% played soccer, 28.2% played cross country and/or track and field, 10.0% played basketball, 9.5% played field hockey, 8.6% played volleyball, and 5.9% were on the swimming and diving team. The remaining 6.9% of participants reported other athletic involvement (e.g., baseball, softball, tennis, and

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Sharon R. Phillips, Risto Marttinen, Kevin Mercier and Anne Gibbone

hit the pins down and then get the ball and then I hit a girl by accident because like I was playing kind of rough and then I dived a little bit into shovel. I don’t like playing with girls, they are too soft and they don’t want to participate. Most of them like, they will just stand around and not do

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Kirsti Van Dornick and Nancy L.I. Spencer

, felt engaged as they learned about their body and how to improve their performances, were provided with accommodations to improve and master skills (e.g., assist of the start blocks to improve diving), and felt that competition was more meaningful, as they were being compared with people with similar

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Jennifer E. McGarry

questioning. But I tend to wade in, not dive in. I build relationships, lead people to consensus. So how to address a room of people in a diversity of roles and positions in colleges, universities, and industries, representing so many different subfields within, and approaches to, sport management. This is a