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Craig Parkes and Michael A. Hemphill

part of this essay students were asked to complete an orientation of self-identification task, where they located themselves on the socialization triangle (see Figure  1 ) based on their alignment with a set of orientation criteria (see Richards & Padaruth, 2017 ). These data were collected during the

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Anthony N. Turner, Geoff Marshall, Angelo Noto, Shyam Chavda, Nathan Atlay and David Kirby

out-of-range positions and thus feed in to talent identification where this is considered fundamental. Subjects Subjects were elite ( n  = 8) and national-level junior ( n  = 17) fencers aged 22.6 ± 2.5 years and 17.7 ± 2.2 years of age, respectively; physical characteristics are identified in Table

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Montassar Tabben, Bianca Miarka, Karim Chamari and Ralph Beneke

identification by a code. Ethical clearance was obtained from the institutional review board (CETAPS Laboratory, University of Rouen, France). Procedure and Video Analysis The notational analysis system for karate validated by Tabben et al 7 was used to analyze all combats. During an official karate competition

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Tyler J. Noble and Robert F. Chapman

specialization age would result in faster rates of performance decay. Finally, we sought to explore the efficacy of the half-marathon as a talent-identification tool for the marathon distance, as it is our belief that the half-marathon distance, as opposed to other common race distances, better mimics the

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John Lyle

Process The identification of the processual nature of coaching was largely in response to the episodic interpretation that permeated descriptions of participation coaching. I argued that coaching is serial, as there is a temporal and relational aspect, and aggregative, because of the incremental

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Simon A. Feros, Warren B. Young and Brendan J. O’Brien

regarding player selection, talent identification, return to match play following injury, and efficacy of coaching/training interventions. It can also enable a fast bowler to better understand his or her stronger and weaker skill sets. However, several discrepancies exist across the literature in how fast

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Nick Dobbin, Jamie Highton, Samantha L. Moss and Craig Twist

In an attempt to improve sporting success at both club and national standards, governing bodies such as the Rugby Football League (England) have resourced talent identification and development (TID) programs to aid selection and training processes for young “talented” players. 1 Clubs are also

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Matthew D. DeLang, Mehdi Rouissi, Nicola L. Bragazzi, Karim Chamari and Paul A. Salamh

concerning the correlation coefficient. Results Identification of Studies The overview of the literature search can be observed in the PRISMA flow sheet (Figure  1 ). The search yielded 3471 studies; 1061 duplicates were removed, yielding 2410 articles. The title screen identified 167 potentially eligible

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Gareth N. Sandford, Simon Pearson, Sian V. Allen, Rita M. Malcata, Andrew E. Kilding, Angus Ross and Paul B. Laursen

800-m championship racing, whereby since 2011, medalists have largely run faster first laps. This finding may be pertinent for training, tactical preparation, and talent identification of athletes preparing for 800-m running at WCs and OG. References 1. Abbiss CR , Laursen PB . Describing and

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Charmaine DeFrancesco and Joseph J. Cronin

There is a significant need for identifying marketing techniques and strategies to enhance the career opportunities of the sport psychologist. Unfortunately, few sport psychologists have the entrepreneurial skills needed to reach alternative target markets. Professional service marketing can help the sport psychologist identify and develop strategies for employment and career opportunities. This paper examines current issues concerning the sport psychology profession, the role of marketing in professional service organizations, and a six-step marketing procedure for creating a professional marketing plan for the sport psychologist. The six steps of the marketing process include (a) situational analysis, (b) identification of service availability, (c) market assessment, (d) identification of decision-making roles, (e) marketing plan, and (f) evaluation process.