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Annemarie M.H. de Witte, Monique A.M. Berger, Marco J.M. Hoozemans, Dirkjan H.E.J. Veeger, and Lucas H.V. van der Woude

differences between game situation and ball possession for the main activities. Figure 2 —Differences in mean relative duration (%) of wheelchair–athlete activities between offense and defense situation. Deviation from the axis means that the activity is performed longer during offense/defense than the other

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Katelyn M. Nelson, Elizabeth H.K. Daidone, Katherine M. Breedlove, Debbie A. Bradney, and Thomas G. Bowman

III soccer athletes based on player position and type of play (offense, defense, transition). We were interested in discovering frequency and magnitude differences among player positions and, more broadly, type of play (offense, defense, transition). Methods Participants The participants in this study

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Gabriela Souza de Vasconcelos, Anelize Cini, and Cláudia Silveira Lima

repeat 2×. Exercise 12 In pairs, an athlete moves sideways with the foot up, simulating the 10× lunge; and the other athlete starts off with both feet on the puck and retreats outward, simulating the 10× offense defense. Athletes must repeat 2× in each position (5, 6, 7, and 8). Exercise 13 In forward

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Srinidhi Bellamkonda, Samantha J. Woodward, Eamon Campolettano, Ryan Gellner, Mireille E. Kelley, Derek A. Jones, Amaris Genemaras, Jonathan G. Beckwith, Richard M. Greenwald, Arthur C. Maerlender, Steven Rowson, Stefan M. Duma, Jillian E. Urban, Joel D. Stitzel, and Joseph J. Crisco

specific position to each youth player was challenging; majority of youth players in these programs participated in offense, defense, and special teams, including various positions within each unit. Previous studies have attributed differences in head impact exposure among teams and programs to variations

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Dustin A. Hahn, Matthew S. VanDyke, and R. Glenn Cummins

entire team or a particular unit within the team (e.g., offense, defense, etc.). “Other” references were presentations of quantitative metrics that might relate to more global entities such as conferences, multiple games, or groups of players not on a single team. Presentation form was also a nominal

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Weidong Li, Xiuye Xie, and Huanyu Li

situated set play in their assigned groups. The guiding questions can include but are not limited to: (a) Where was the goal? (b) Who had the ball? (c) Where were the offense/defense players? (d) What was your role in this situation? (e) What techniques could my teammate/I use? (f) What tactics (tricks

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Richard J. Paulsen

games. While nonpitchers can be replaced, this happens infrequently. Pitchers are also expected to report to the team for spring training about a week sooner than are nonpitchers. This means the pitcher has less time during the off-season to shirk on preparation. WINS is a function of offense, defense

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Sarah A. McGraw, Christopher R. Deubert, Holly Fernandez Lynch, Alixandra Nozzolillo, Lauren Taylor, and I. Glenn Cohen

(minimum of 16 games). 3 We also sought to include interviewees from a range of position groups (offense, defense and special teams), position types, race, and years removed from playing for former players. Data Analysis To identify and describe themes relevant to NFL player health, we employed content