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Jacqueline Martins Patatas, Jens De Rycke, Veerle De Bosscher, and Rafael Lima Kons

important gaps in the parasport athlete development literature that requires endorsement. The authors suggested that, in order to envisage evidence-based models of athlete development that can encompass the complex developmental pathways of parasport athletes, it is essential to first reflect upon the

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Nima Dehghansai and Joseph Baker

participation and parasport athletesdevelopment. Notes 1. The term “disability” is socially constructed and does not solely encompass elements of biology (i.e., impairment)—feelings of “disability” are often a direct reflection of social and physical barriers an individual faces on a regular

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Darda Sales and Laura Misener

considerations for parasport athlete development . Journal of Exercise, Movement, and Sport (SCAPPS Refereed Abstracts Repository), 50 ( 1 ), 172 . Patatas , J.M. , Bosscher , V.D. , Cocq , S.D. , Jacobs , S. , & Legg , D. ( 2021 ). Towards a system theoretical understanding of the Parasport

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Laura Misener, Landy Di Lu, and Robert Carlisi

purpose of strengthening their own organization as well as the parasport athlete development pathway. Our data indicate that although the OPLG achieved success in enhancing communication and networking among internal group members, acquiring and maintaining the attention of external organizations was