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Master's swimming: An example of successful aging in competitive sport
      
The group included 119 men and 107 women, 87 trained subjects, 71 untrained subjects who intended to take part in a training program for competitive rowing, and 68 untrained subjects who never took part in any competitive sport.
      
This was positively correlated to female gender, BMI more than 25 kg/m2, competitive sport for boys, poor physical fitness, daily smoking, heavy jobs in leisure time, increased use of the health system and reduced life quality.
      
They had all retired from competitive sport an average of 30 years (range 7-50) ago.
      
Results are discussed in relation to the possible role of state anxiety as a salient self-handicapping strategy within competitive sport.
      
The present study sought to extend the "buffering hypothesis" to competitive sport by examining the influence of perceived coach support on competitive state anxiety among young athletes (N = 270).
      
These stories are significant in that they enabled young women to explore conventional and resistant viewpoints about competitive sport, usually a strictly masculine preserve.
      
While these struggles occurred nearly one hundred years ago, echoes of these issues reverberate today in contemporary high school physical education and competitive sport programs.
      
These findings are discussed in relation to the competitive sport environment and Turkish society.
      
A selection bias may dictate that sedentary patients would tend to do better than those who partake in competitive sport.
      
A typical niche within your larger audience would be males 18-25 who play a competitive sport on weekends.
      
Athletes usually retire from competitive sport at early middle age or even young ages.
      
By mid century most bicycles bought and sold here were either for competitive sport or as children's toys.
      
Consequently, ACL reconstructive surgery often becomes the only viable treatment option whereby athletes can return to competitive sport.
      
Extracurricular opportunities for physical activity to be provided as an alternative to traditional competitive sport.
      
Even if people participate longer in competitive sport, this may still not last long enough to carry them into old age.
      
Finally, in Part VII, David suggests measures to improve the prospects of guaranteeing the human rights of youth in competitive sport.
      
However the authors did not make any distinction between competitive and non-competitive sport participation.
      
It is estimated that only 10% of the country's population actively participate in competitive sport.
      
It is argued that to retire from high-level competitive sport career is quite different from the other forms of retirement.
      
 

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