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Do the Self-Reported Changes in Physical Activity After the Emergence of the COVID-19 Pandemic Associate With Major Depression According to Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Status?

Jeong Hyun Ahn and Jin Young Nam

, individuals with depression and anxiety had frequent social media exposure about the COVID-19 pandemic. 6 Moreover, individuals aged 21–30 years and 31–40 years were highly associated with depression. 6 Little motivation and energy from depression were caused by a decrease in physical activity (PA) levels

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Exploring the Athletic Identity, Anxiety, and Mental Health of Division II Collegiate Athletes in the COVID-19 Era

Justin A. Hebert and Aubrey Newland

In early 2020, student-athletes’ lives were turned upside down as seasons were postponed and, in many cases, canceled altogether due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The pandemic marked the first time that all sports have come to a halt since the 1940s, and little data exist regarding

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Team Sport Engagement: The Perceptions of Adolescent Females in Victoria

Rachel Keane and Mandy Ruddock-Hudson

indicates that sport engagement significantly declined during adolescence ( Eime et al., 2022 ). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a worldwide pandemic, disrupted several aspects of society and exacerbated these barriers for female adolescents ( Elliott et al., 2021 ). During this time, sport in Victoria

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Changes in Canadian Adolescent Time Use and Movement Guidelines During the Early COVID-19 Outbreak: A Longitudinal Prospective Natural Experiment Design

Markus Joseph Duncan, Negin Alivia Riazi, Guy Faulkner, Jenna Diane Gilchrist, Scott Thomas Leatherdale, and Karen Allison Patte

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a global pandemic. To reduce the spread and rates of transmission, governments across the world imposed varying lockdown measures, mandating the closure of many schools, programs, facilities, and other community

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How Kinesiology Leaders Can Use the Constructs of Adaptive, Complexity, and Transformational Leadership to Anticipate and Prepare for Future Possibilities

Lara M. Duke, Jennifer P. Gorman, and Jennifer M. Browne

Leaders worldwide have grappled with the challenges and opportunities of reactively and responsively leading during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, leading during a pandemic has highlighted opportunities to reframe our circumstances and approaches to preparing leaders. We have been afforded

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Critical Pause: Athletes’ Stories of Lockdown During COVID-19

Gabriella Whitcomb-Khan, Nick Wadsworth, Kristin McGinty-Minister, Stewart Bicker, Laura Swettenham, and David Tod

critical moment that athletes have recently faced is lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many countries adopted varying context-specific, complex, and rapidly evolving responses, causing confusion and stress worldwide ( Alderwick et al., 2020 ; BBC Sport, 2020 ). The turbulence between science and

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Running Habits and Injury Frequency Following COVID-19 Restrictions in Adolescent Long-Distance Runners

Rachel N. Meyers, Micah C. Garcia, Jeffery A. Taylor-Haas, Jason T. Long, Mitchell J. Rauh, Mark V. Paterno, Kevin R. Ford, and David M. Bazett-Jones

academic performance ( 11 , 25 ), and a more physically active lifestyle into adulthood ( 12 , 24 ). In March 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to ensuing social distancing restrictions, schools changed to virtual learning and reduced the number of sporting

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Athletes’ Coping With the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Self-Compassion and Cognitive Appraisal

Brittney B. Aceron, Kathleen S. Wilson, Matt D. Hoffmann, and Lenny Wiersma

psychological and emotional challenges as many competitive individuals place a large emphasis on their athletic identity and were unable to participate in their typical sport routines during the pandemic ( Schinke et al., 2020 ). Although stress was common during the COVID-19 pandemic, an individual’s ability

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Perspectives of Life in Sweden During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Karin Weman Josefsson

received worldwide attention for their unique approach to the pandemic that refrained from country-wide lockdowns. Swedes were criticized for what was viewed as a softer approach that favored “herd immunity” and was labeled as “the Swedish Gamble” ( Vogel, 2020 ). There were perceptions from around the

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Empty Stands and Empty Pockets: Revenue Generation in a Pandemic

Suzannah Armentrout, Jen Zdroik, and Julia Dutove

into the car and contemplated what to do about her company. Maria kept thinking that the COVID-19 pandemic had and would change society in such a way that “normal” would look different postpandemic, and organizations like professional, college, and minor league sports, as well as affiliated