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Matthew R. Hodler

(Colorado Springs: United States Swimming, 1981); Chappelet and Kübler-Mabbott, The International Olympic Committee and the Olympic System . 51. USA Swimming, Inc.; USA Diving; United States Synchronized Swimming, Inc.; USA Water Polo, Inc.; and United States Masters Swimming, Inc. ( http

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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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Pirkko Markula

). But what about the so-called judged sports such as artistic or rhythmic gymnastics, diving, or figure skating? Best was aware of such sports and continued to illustrate the differences between sport and art by classifying sports into purposive and aesthetics sports based on their different functions

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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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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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Robert C. Hilliard, Lorenzo A. Redmond and Jack C. Watson II

softball, volleyball, golf, wrestling, diving, and rifle. International status could only be collected for ethical reasons at the Division I school, where 20% identified as international students. Finally, 35% reported they had previously sought some form of mental health treatment, and 5% were currently

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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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William C. Way, Ashley M. Coker-Cranney and Jack C. Watson II

.4%), and graduate (1.3%) academic standings. The most represented sports in the sample were cross country and / or track and field (20.4%), rowing (16.5%), swimming and diving (12.6%), soccer (10.0%), volleyball (9.1%), and tennis (4.8%). The remaining 25.8% competed in golf, softball, field hockey, rifle

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Geoffrey T. Burns, Kenneth M. Kozloff and Ronald F. Zernicke

, diving, gymnastics, skiing, track and field, and volleyball Baseball/softball, basketball, dance, football, gymnastics, skiing. tumbling, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling Canoeing, crew, contemporary dance, riding, and sailing Archery, canoeing, crew, dance, fencing, riding, sailing, shot put

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Matthew D. Bird, Graig M. Chow, Gily Meir and Jaison Freeman

) sophomores, 25.2% ( n  = 51) juniors, 25.7% ( n  = 52) seniors, and 2% ( n  = 4) were graduate students. Student-athletes in the sample represented Baseball ( n  = 2), Basketball ( n  = 6), Cross Country ( n  = 8), Diving ( n  = 2), Football ( n  = 34), Golf ( n  = 4), Soccer ( n  = 2), Softball ( n  = 9