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An extensive of the digital disruption and the pandemic effect have challenged the engagement channel of traditional sport media in Thailand. The rise of digital maturity model has received considerable research attention in science and management which defining diverse dimensions to explain digital transformation. A design to suit and characterize...
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Due to the chaotic nature of soccer, the predictive statistical models have become in a current challenge to decision-making based on scientific evidence. The aim of the present study was to systematically identify original studies that applied machine learning (ML) to soccer data, highlighting current possibilities in ML and future applications. A...
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Background: The influence of the socioeconomic variables in the sporting success has been frequently presented in the literature. However, most of the studies on this topic have joined them all excluding the specificities of each sport. Problem and Aim: Analyzing the influence of socioeconomic and historical results of past World Championships and...
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Seeking to obtain a competitive advantage and manage the risk of injury, team sport organisations are investing in tracking systems that can quantify training and competition characteristics. It is expected that such information can support objective decision-making for the prescription and manipulation of training load. This narrative review aims...
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Background Despite calf muscle strain injuries (CMSI) being problematic in many sports, there is a dearth of research to guide clinicians dealing with these injuries. The aim of this study was to evaluate the current practices and perspectives of a select group of international experts regarding the assessment, management and prevention of CMSI usi...
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Measuring striking forces is important to provide actionable insight for training and performance enhancement for combat sport athletes. Recent technology may provide a low-cost solution to an otherwise complicated kinetic assessment. The aim was to assess the reliability and validity of a water-filled training bag and integrated sensor for measuri...
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Research on the impact of auditory information on visual anticipation in tennis suggests that the intensity of racket-ball-contact sounds systematically biases estimates of the ball’s speed, thereby influencing anticipatory judgments. Here we examined whether the effect of auditory information on visual anticipation is dependent on the sport-specif...
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Background The etiology of hamstring strain injury (HSI) in American football is multi-factorial and understanding these risk factors is paramount to developing predictive models and guiding prevention and rehabilitation strategies. Many player-games are lost due to the lack of a clear understanding of risk factors and the absence of effective meth...
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Background The primary aim of our systematic scoping review was to explore the factors influencing team function and performance across various industries and discuss findings in the context of the high-performance sport support team setting. These outcomes may also be used to inform future research into high-performance teamwork in sport. Methods...
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Background Pacing has been investigated in different kinds of ultra-marathon races, but not in one of the toughest ultra-marathons in the world, the ‘Spartathlon’. Objective The aim of the present study was to analyse the pacing of female and male finishers competing in the ‘Spartathlon’ in regards to their age and performance groups. Methods A t...
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Introduction Patellar tendinopathy is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems associated with sport. While commonly perceived as a predominantly male problem, recent epidemiological studies revealed that it also affects a large number of sport-active women. The aim of this systematic review was to understand how the available treatments app...
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Background The timing of a return to sport (RTS) after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) represents a major subject of debate in sports medicine practice. Recently, the Knee Santy Athletic Return to Sport (K-STARTS) composite test was validated. This consists of a battery of physical tests and a psychological evaluation using the ant...
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Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear is one of the most common sport-related injuries and the request for ACL reconstructions is increasing nowadays. Unfortunately, ACL graft failures are reported in up to 34.2% in athletes, representing a traumatic and career-threatening event. It can be convenient to understand the various risk factors for ACL f...
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Athlete selection (often referred to as talent selection) reflects the end point of what is a complex decision-making process coaches, administrators, and/or scouts use when deciding who remains and who is removed from a sample of potential athletes. In this paper, we conceptualize athlete selection as an evolutionary process where selection pressu...
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The concept of shared decision-making (SDM) has emerged as a key component in the return to play interface as a hallmark of good practice that is athlete focused and allows greater engagement from the athlete. SDM is an appealing, well-intentioned framework that would seemingly lend itself to effectively being implemented. However, in this editoria...
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Understanding the Dual Career as the process of combining the athletic career with an academic career or work, the main purpose of this paper is to study the current state of research on this reality. Based on this, a review of the scientific literature published in journals indexed on the Web of Science has been performed. This review consists of...
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The possible links between attendance and grades in higher education has been well researched, though less so within blended learning, or within sport and exercise science (SES) cohorts. This study explored the relationships between attendance, online course activity time, and the grades of SES cohorts during blended learning, throughout the COVID-...
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Ramadan intermittent fasting during the COVID-19 lockdown (RIFL) may present unique demands. We investigated training practices (i.e., training load and training times) of athletes, using pre-defined survey criteria/questions, during the ‘first’ COVID-19 lockdown, comparing RIFL to lockdown-alone (LD) in Muslim athletes. Specifically, a within-subj...
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This chapter provides an overview of the key issues and expressions of the generative relationship linking the global and the local within contemporary sport culture by critically and empirically engaging sport as the nexus of global-local events, bodies, spaces, and practices. Following a brief introduction to the complex phenomenon of globalizati...
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Purpose: To investigate differences in athletes' knowledge, beliefs, and training practices during COVID-19 lockdowns with reference to sport classification and sex. This work extends an initial descriptive evaluation focusing on athlete classification. Methods: Athletes (12,526; 66% male; 142 countries) completed an online survey (May-July 2020...
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The study purpose. COVID-19 caused many negative impacts, including a significant decrease in the fundamental movement skills and social attitudes among students, which becomes the main problem in this study. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the effect of traditional sport on improving students’ fundamental movement skills and social attit...
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This study is an analysis of e-sports, understanding them as a particular way of sports culture expression in line with the contemporary social paradigm that implies cyberculture. The main objective of this study is to analyze the sports cyberculture meanings for social actors involved in the e-sports universe. Thus, through a qualitative approach,...
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The present study aimed to further expound on the research findings of Strunk et al. (Educational Psychology, 41(4), 383–400, 2021) and Elliot and Thrash (Educational Psychology Review, 13(2), 139–156, 2001) by investigating the structure of achievement goals using a sports environment, with a specific interest in the mastery-avoidance construct. A...
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Der gemeinsame Wettkampf von Menschen mit und ohne Behinderung ist in Deutschland ein eher seltenes Phänomen. Zwar gibt es Ansätze, aber zumeist geht es dabei um die Einbeziehung von Menschen mit Behinderung in breitensportliche Kontexte. Eine Orientierung an Zielen des Leistungssports ist in der Regel nicht gegeben. Special Olympics Deutschland (S...
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Objectives. Document changes in fascicle length during rehabilitation from hamstring injury of the injured and uninjured legs and secondarily to describe any association between these changes and reinjury rate. Design. Multicentre case series. Methods. Fifty-two prospectively included hamstring injured athletes had their biceps femoris long head fa...
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This article in Danish explores the cultural signification of games of chance, sports betting, and how to frame the studie of such games.
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Gender equality among volunteers and in the labor market are essential for social sustainability. This study examines whether women value benefits of sport volunteering for their job market situation significantly differently than men. Based on signaling and social role theory, we hypothesize that women are more likely to value sport volunteering a...
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Since the 1960s and up until now, the diagnosis of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury has been evolving. ACL injury is highly prevalent in contact sports such as the National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Football League (NFL). This critical commentary highlights the significant tests used throughout history to diagnose and treat A...
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Introduction: Gymnastics is a sport that requires a great sense of body awareness, per- ception and high level of postural stability (PS). Although the training regimens of the gymnastic disciplines are similar, there are some differences between genders in term of balance, stability and postural control. Therefore, the aim of our study is to det...
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The purpose of this study is the effects between sports and general health of high school students in Rasht. This research is an applied study that was conducted in the field. The statistical population of this study consists of male students of vocational schools in Rasht, which has been sampled in clusters. In this study, the information was obta...
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Female athletes experience both sociocultural and sport-specific pressures of an ideal body and appearance and are vulnerable to dissatisfaction with their bodies. Among sport-specific pressures, the type of sport is a predictor of body image dissatisfaction. The study included 150 females: 50 volleyball players, 50 bodybuilding and fitness athlete...
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The study aimed to determine the effect of teacher and student interactions on the social behavior of students majoring in social sciences at the State High School of Sport, Riau Province. The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative research. The analytical technique used in this research is analyzed in two ways, namely quantitativ...
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Teaching is a demanding job and the aim of the present study was to explore the emotional experiences and well-being levels (burnout and vigour) of Physical Education (PE) student teachers in comparison with student teachers of other subjects. In all, 167 student teachers (99 in PE and 68 in other subjects) described two significant professional ne...
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In order to evaluate an experimental intervention, it should be contrasted against at least one relevant comparison group. Without meaningful and relevant comparisons, results can be difficult to interpret, effect sizes may be unduly minimised or exaggerated, and any resulting recommendations for practice could be called into question. Despite reco...
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Aiming at the problem that the inheritance effect of shuttlecock is not ideal and the inheritance strategy is lack of pertinence, this paper puts forward a decision-making model based on game theory. Firstly, based on the inheritance data of shuttlecock movement, the shuttlecock movement set is established, and the normality, integrity, and standar...
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The purpose of this article was to reemphasize the importance of evidence-based instruction models, specifically the hybrid model called the Sport Education Tactical Games Model (SETGM). In addition to rehashing the importance of models-based approaches for student learning and motivation, we apply the approach by laying out the building blocks for...
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Dass körperliche Bewegung gut ist für Körper und Geist, ist längst bewiesen. Nun haben Forscher ein Sportprogramm bei stationär behandelten Psychiatrie-Patienten evaluiert-mit erfreulichen Ergebnissen. Laut dem Volksmund ist Sport die beste Medizin. Einen Beleg für diese alte Weisheit liefern mittlerweile die Ergebnisse etlicher Studien. Wie sie ze...
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This study aimed to investigate the relationship between social support and exercise adherence among Chinese college students during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the mediating effects of subjective exercise experience and commitment in the relationship, in order to provide a reference for improving exercise adherence among Chinese college stud...
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The concept of perfectionism has been controversial in relation to sport activities. Perfectionism, as a part of personality, is interpreted negatively as harmful and maladaptive. Dichotomous theories, however, distinguish ‘two faces’ of perfectionism: negative (negative perfectionism) and positive (positive perfectionism). Positive perfectionism i...
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Materialien https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/XU8HS | | Als Bestandteil eines umfassenden Athletenmonitoringsystems ermöglicht die Überwachung von Messgrößen der Herzfrequenz (HR) und Herzfrequenzvariabilität (HRV) einen Einblick in die Aktivität des kardial-autonomen Nervensystems sowie der kardiorespiratorischen Fitness. Bei entsprechenden Frageste...
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Zusammenfassung Es konnte vielfach empirisch nachgewiesen werden, dass sich das Vorhandensein eines Migrationshintergrunds bei Mädchen im Jugendalter negativ auf ein Sportengagement in organisierter Form auswirkt. Dennoch existieren Forschungslücken, die mit den Analysen der vorliegenden Studie geschlossen werden sollen. Es wird überprüft, (1) wie...
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Resumen: Los juegos tradicionales son un recurso con gran potencial educativo para el desarrollo motriz, social, afectivo y cognitivo de los alumnos. A su vez, el Aprendizaje Basado en Retos es una metodología educativa que facilita un aprendizaje activo con protagonismo de los alumnos, así como una comprensión profunda del material de estudio y su...
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Objetivo do estudo: O presente estudo teve como objetivo verificar quais são os indicadores financeiros mais evidenciados nos estudos que analisam os clubes de futebol. Portanto, adotou-se a revisão sistemática com a metodologia PRISMA, efetivada nas bases Scopus e Web of Science. Metodologia/abordagem: De caráter descritivo, a pesquisa se efetivou...
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The purpose of this study was to identify the career paths of transnational migrating female elite handball players. Fourteen Slovenian and Suisse national team players were monitored over a 7-year period by means of semi-structured interviews and official handball records. At the end of the examination period, six still-active players were intervi...
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1. Wstęp 2. Słowniczek terminologii wysiłku i kardiologii sportowej 3. Regularna aktywność fizyczna – dlaczego jest ważna dla zdrowia? 4. Zalecana minimalna aktywność fizyczna w różnym wieku i sytuacjach szczególnych 5. Zmiany serca związane z uprawianiem sportu 6. Jak zachęcać pacjentów do regularnej aktywności fizycznej 7. Bezpieczeństwo ak...
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Academic motivation is key to the quality of education in higher education. The final result depends on the degree of academic motivation of the students-the readiness for a profession. The article presented the results of a study in the period 2016-2019, the students of II and III courses studying in sporting specialties "Physical Education" of So...
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Artikeln visar resultat från tre svenska undersökningar av friluftslivet under covid-19, med speciellt fokus på nya trender och utmaningar i förvaltningen av natur för friluftsliv under och efter pandemin. Undersökningarna gjordes alla under våren och sommaren 2020 i tre olika skalor; nationellt, regionalt och lokalt med hjälp av enkäter, intervjue...
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Soccer is the most popular sport that has attracted not only participants and spectators, but also numerous researchers into studying a myriad of disciplines relating to the sport. The demands of the sport have been observed, studied, and replicated to be reproduced in a more controlled, laboratory setting in forms of various exercise protocols des...
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This rapid review was conducted to synthesize the empirical research related to campus recreation participatory experiences that was published between 2011 and 2021. To carry out the review, three databases (SPORTDiscus, Web of Science, Scopus) were systematically searched for peer reviewed empirical literature related to campus recreation particip...
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This paper examines the effects of changing modes of transition in a highly segmented education system that also provides designated spaces for the education of internationally mobile educational elites and future functional elites in the social fields of sport, dance, music, and art. It focuses on a—at least in the German context—little-researched...
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Sports activities offer significant benefits to the human body. In addition to the physical benefits that exercise offers, it also provides mental benefits because the human brain is practiced to meet the needs of the sports. The human brain is the one that activates the members of the human body to make the necessary movements. However, over time...
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Scientific understanding of the contextual interference effect stems mainly from studies on unskilled participants learning artificial laboratory tasks. Although one goal of such studies is to extrapolate the findings to include real-world learning situations such as sports, this generalization is not straightforward. This study tested the contextu...
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Background There is debate about the magnitude of geometrical remodeling [i.e., left ventricle (LV) cavity enlargement vs. wall thickening] in the heart of elite athletes, and no limits of normality have been yet established for different sports. We aimed to determine sex- and sport-specific normative values of LV dimensions in elite white adult at...
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The lifespan of fishes is an important factor in having a proper understanding of life history and survivorship strategies. In many cases, the longevity of fishes have been greatly underestimated with dire consequences to fish populations and fishery sustainability. While it is fun to land large fish as a sport, we need to start thinking about leav...
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Purpose: To examine the contributions of time in different terrains and sub-technique distribution to overall time-trial performance, as well as the relationships of laboratory and field-based performance determinants in cross-country skiers. Methods: Fourteen male XC skiers were monitored during a 10 km (3 × 3.3 km) skating time-trial competition....
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Purpose: The aim of the study was to analyse the contrary body movement in Viennese waltz performed by dancesport athletes and to determine its relationship on scores awarded by the adjudicators. Methods: Six high-level and six intermediate dance couples took part in the study. Each couple performed three identical series of three natural turns fig...
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Smart coaching and e-sport platforms have shown a great interest in the recent research studies. Through this study, we aim to globalize the practice of sport, especially Shotokan Karate, by connecting participants and coaches on an international scale through the integration of Artificial Intelligence techniques such as computer vision and deep le...
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The literature demonstrates that children and young people in conflict with the law have not had the opportunities to develop many of the social and emotional competencies taken for granted for other children. Sport and physical activity have a long history of being beneficial for the personal development of young people (Bailey, 2006; Côté, et al....
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Table tennis is an extremely popular