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Though doping has become increasingly ostracized in the context of professional sports, an enormous number of unrecorded cases must be assumed in semi-professional competitive sports as well as in popular sports.
      
In the second case, the athlete was not allowed to take part in competitive sports due to the extended ectasy of the ascending aorta and the concomitant risk of an aortic rupture.
      
Children's rights and sports Young athletes and competitive sports: exploit and exploitation
      
Competitive sports in this age group can lead to injury and disability.
      
Individuals with DM take part in physical activity for health promotion, disease management, and or recreational or competitive sports.
      
An examination of these relationships is undertaken in a competitive sports context with the help of the dogmatism scale.
      
All the patients were middle-aged active individuals with competitive sports activity in their past.
      
None of these patients could return to competitive sports.
      
As the symptoms improve a gradual return to competitive sports activity was allowed.
      
Heavy work and competitive sports had been resumed.
      
Fourteen male subjects (16-31 years of age) who regularly participated in competitive sports performed maximal stair step tests under five experimental loading conditions (no external load, 10.1, 19.2, 24.2, and 29.2kg).
      
In competitive sports the vertebral column is extremely strained in several disciplines like gymnastics, javelin throwing or weight lifting.
      
The effect of anabolic steroids is of interest because of their use in competitive sports and in clinical therapy.
      
Previous research has indicated that women who participate in competitive sports tend to score low on traditional measures of femininity, and such women have been characterized as masculine (Harris, 1975).
      
Implications of these results for the traditional characterization of women participants in competitive sports and for the usefulness of the BSRI in predicting nonlaboratory behavior are discussed.
      
Professional business women had participated more in competitive sports as children, and-along with women in other nontraditional professions-reported more male playmates and fewer female playmates than did women in traditional professions.
      
In addition, more feminine individuals who participated in competitive sports reported lower levels of perceived athletic competence and global self-worth, but reported higher self-esteem when they participated in more noncompetitive sports.
      
We measured the content of language use by members of a competitive sports team across 18 months, integrating qualitative ethnographic methods with quantitative sampling and analysis.
      
A prudent convalescent period of 6 months is recommended before these athletes return to competitive sports.
      
Also, pacemaker-dependent athletes should not participate in most competitive sports that potentially involve bodily trauma.
      
 

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