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Aubrey Newland, Maria Newton, E. Whitney G. Moore and W. Eric Legg

comprised of Caucasians (50%), African Americans (11.7%), Latinos (8.7%), Pacific Islanders (4.4%), Asian (2.5%), and “Other” (22%). Teams came from the Mountain West region of the United States. Over 70% of participants reported being coached by their current coach for more than one year. Of the 28

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Jakob Tarp, Anna Bugge, Niels Christian Møller, Heidi Klakk, Christina Trifonov Rexen, Anders Grøntved and Niels Wedderkopp

insulin sensitivity in overweight Latino adolescent males . Med Sci Sports Exerc . 2006 ; 38 ( 7 ): 1208 – 1215 . PubMed ID: 16826016 doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000227304.88406.0f 10.1249/01.mss.0000227304.88406.0f 16826016 9. Benson AC , Torode ME , Fiatarone Singh MA . The effect of high

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Amy Baker, Mary A. Hums, Yoseph Mamo and Damon P.S. Andrew

a mentor. Sample Characteristics Among the respondents, 6.2% ( n  = 10) were African American, 1.9% ( n  = 3) were Asian, 0.6% ( n  = 1) were Asian American, 88.8% ( n  = 143) were White, 1.9% ( n  = 3) were Hispanic/Latino, and 0.6% ( n  = 1) reported their ethnicity as “other.” The average age of

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Tasha Guadalupe and Matthew D. Curtner-Smith

. The school in which Joanne worked and the girls were enrolled was located in a large city in the southeast United States. It was classified as a Title I school, catered mainly to low-income African American and Latino children, and received substantial federal funding aimed at helping students at risk

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Gregory A. Cranmer and Sara LaBelle

games ( M  = 59.66%, SD  = 28.75%). See Table  1 for a full account of participants’ demographic data. Table 1 Participant Demographics, N  = 184 Variable n % Age (years) M  = 16.19 SD  = 1.17 Sex  male 182 98.9%  female 2 1.1% Race  White 104 56.5%  Black/African American 69 37.5%  Hispanic/Latino 5

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Joshua Woods

have examined the racial composition of the disc-golfer population. Offering the first large-scale estimate, this study found that 91% of disc golfers appear to be White. This estimate is lower than that of other studies ( Oldakowski & Mcewen, 2013 ; Siniscalchi, 2004 ), but Blacks, Latinos, and other

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Jungyun Hwang, I-Min Lee, Austin M. Fernandez, Charles H. Hillman and Amy Shirong Lu

/11 Ethnicity, n (%)  African American 5.0 (17.2) 8.0 (28.6)  Asian 4.0 (13.8) 2.0 (7.1)  White 15.0 (51.7) 10.0 (35.7)  Hispanic/Latino 4.0 (13.8) 5.0 (17.9)  Other (mixed) 1.0 (3.4) 3.0 (10.7) Grade in school 4.1 (1.4) 4.9 (1.1) * Height, cm 142.1 (12.2) 152.4 (9.5) ** Weight, kg 33.8 (7.7) 61.8 (17.6) ** BMI

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Sheryl Miller and Mary Fry

were invited to complete a survey three weeks prior to the end of the semester. Of the participants, 79% identified as Caucasian/White, with the remaining being African American/Black (6.3%), Hispanic/Latino (4.7%), Asian/Pacific Island (4.0%), Native American (.9%), and other (5%). The majority of

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Victoria McGee and J.D. DeFreese

 = 37; M age  = 19.3 years, SD = 1.18) completed online self-report assessments of study variables across four seasonal survey waves. The majority of participants did not identify as Hispanic or Latino, and most self-identified as white (96%). 20% had rowed before college. 46% of participants were

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Aquasia A. Shaw, Merry Moiseichik, Heather Blunt-Vinti and Sarah Stokowski

non-White. Seventy-five of the 101 participants were White, the other 26 participants reflected Non-White. Of the non-White category: 16 were Black, 3 were Hispanic/Latino, 1 was Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and 6 selected two or more ethnicities. Thirty-three of the participants were male and