Gender issues in sport – rugby

Introduction This essay will focus on gender issues in sport, in particular, on rugby and the reasons why there is less female participation in this sport compared to male participation. The essay uses the relational approach to feminism to explain this. In 2009 Sport England did a survey which showed the participation rates in rugby … Read more

Omar Jarun

”What was your most important goal defense?” I asked Omar. “The most important goal defense in my journey was in the game of Palestine and the Philippines at the AFC 2014, the hard work on defense won us the AFC Challenge Cup Championship.” He replied. Omar remembers that the lights surrounding the field were very … Read more

Should Sports be Consumed by Politics?

Politics have had a growing position in sports, since Jackie Robinson first stepped foot onto a professional baseball field. The constant debate of whether politics should take place in sports torments family dinners every night. The day Colin Kaepernick sat during the national anthem (which progressed into kneeling) marked a turning point in this discussion, … Read more

Redefining What it means to be a woman

01/17/17 Redefining What it means to be a woman Pure and physical strength is the name of the game, a field fueled by brute force and barbaric culture nurtures the idea of male supremacy. Throughout the years, women have tolerated countless acts of discrimination, in and out of the athletic arena. As a result of … Read more

Women in sports management

Introduction – 500 words 4 1.0 Position female sport managers 4 2.0 Barriers for women 5 3.0 Characteristics to develop 6 250-300 Chapter 2.0 – conclusions 7   Abstract – 250 The purpose of this study is to focus on the women currently working in the industry and explore their experiences in the work place. … Read more

Michael Jordan – influential person

‘’The game of basketball has been everything to me. My place of refuge, place I’ve always gone where I needed comfort and peace. It’s been the site of intense pain and the most intense feelings of joy and satisfaction. It’s a relationship that has evolved over time, given me the greatest respect and love for … Read more

Leadership in High School Sports

Leadership in High School Sports September 17, 2017 Sports can be a big part of someone’s life and legacy. Sports are played everywhere around the world. They are celebrated in many countries. American football is huge in the U.S., Canada adores hockey, Latin America and many European countries look forward to weekend football with the … Read more

Industry trends in careers within the sports industry

Introduction: The purpose of this report is to find out a possible future sport industry career way, including changes and evolutions in sport industry and try to find out the expectations with them. Firstly, some potential changes for the next five years with sport industry will be discussed. what’s next, the reason why sport manager … Read more

Bobby Jones – golfer

Bobby Jones was a golfer who was both humble and inspiring to many across the golfing world and abroad. He was an extremely successful golfer and has won various tournaments including countless majors. Although known for his golfing skills, he also had a very successful academic career. Jones earned “a degree in mechanical engineering from … Read more

Sports management techniques and strategies that could be utilised in coaching

Section A Introduction and definitions This personal investigation will aim to consider a range of effective leadership and sports management techniques and strategies that could be utilised in coaching. In particular the focus will be on the leadership strategies and interaction, as part of an effective programme, suggested by current authors and research, to integrate … Read more

Cerebral blackout in contact sports

Roughly 300 000 game related blackouts happen every year in the United States, and the probability of genuine sequelae may increment with rehashed head injury. Prospective partner investigation of 2905 football players from 25 US schools were tried at preseason benchmark in 1999, 2000, and 2001 on an assortment of measures and followed up tentatively … Read more

Styles and practices in training authority.

Sports as a subject is known for including mostly physical activities aiming to improve the physical abilities or skills of an individual or a group of people by using the biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology (Wikipedia, 2017). As sport is developing, a new science was exposed to help in the process of improving the performance … Read more

FFA makes a positive difference

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education- this is the FFA mission statement . Could you picture a world without FFA, not seeing FFA members wearing those amazing blue corduroy jackets with that FFA emblem. In 1930 … Read more

Violence in sports

Violence in sports involves the execution of behaviors that cause harm and happen out of the rules and regulations of sports. Currie (2000) defines violence in sports as “physical assault that is intended to cause physical pain or injury to another player (or fan, coach, game official etc), where such harmful actions bear no direct … Read more

Going to college for athletics

There are many reasons that people choose to go to college, the main two being for academics and for athletics. Division 1 (D1) programs recruit across the nation and offer full ride scholarships to many athletes to bring them to their university. Many people believe this to be a great opportunity for young adults to … Read more