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The sport

The sport needs funding for facilities, equipment and competitions

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Advantages of commercialisation

On sponsor, sport, officials, player, audience

Sponsor
-raised awareness of brands leading to increase sales

Sport
-more media coverage leading to increased awareness on funding

Officials
-Provide kit and the media can support correct decisions provide kit and the media can support correct decisions

Player
-gets paid lots and receives top quality products that aid performance

Audience
-More coverage and I can also access replays

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Disadvantages of commercialisation

On sponsor, sport, officials, player and audience

Sponsor
-if the player or team doesn’t perform well or if the player is a bad role model

Sport
-advert breaks and negative reporting can give us the sport a bad reputation

Officials
-put under a spotlight to make the correct decisions and also they have to wear the sponsors logo

Player
-pressure to win and given no privacy

Audience
-high subscription cost and minority sports are not shown

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Advantages of technology

On performer and the sport, officials, sponsor, audience and spectators

Performer/sport- improved equipment and improve security of venues

Officials- less chance of human error

Sponsor- easier to see the logos also advertising slots

Audience/spectators- Multiple viewing platforms and interactions with the game using Hawkeye

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Disadvantages of technology

On performer/sport, officials, sponsor and audience

Performance/sport- equipment cost increase expensive repairs

Officials- they can become reliant on technology

Sponsor- need to provide more funding

Audience- Breaks taken to wait for decisions can be boring

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Types of technology used in sport

Hawkeye is many cameras there set up to check where the ball goes

Performance analysis aids show how performers could change their movements

Television match officials prevent human Eire

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Sportsmanship

The type of behaviour you should see such as respect

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Gamesmanship

Bending the rules to gain unfair advantage

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Etiquette

The unwritten rules and activity displaying good manners

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Contract to complete

And on written agreement to follow the rules

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What is blood doping?
Who might use it?
Negative side-effects?

Blood doping is a process where the performer removes their blood weeks before competition. This blood is frozen and stored. Just before competition the stored blood is reinjected into the performer

Use by long-distance athletes such as cyclists and distance runners

Infection, heart attacks, strokes

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What are beta-blockers
Who might use beta-blockers
Negative side-effects

Beta-blockers are drugs that are designed to Block the effects of adrenaline so helping slow down the heart rate they have a calming affect

Used by sports requiring fine accuracy such as darts or gymnastics

Nausea, heart problems, tiredness

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What are stimulants
Who might use it
Side-effects

Stimulants elevate mood making an individual feel more awake and alert

Used in sports such as rugby boxing and ice hockey

Insomnia, aggression, anxiety

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What are Diuretics
Who uses them
Side-effects

Drugs that increase the rate of urination used to achieve quick weight loss And Hide other PED substances

Any performer trying to hide other PEDS
boxes before a match when they’re being weighed

Dehydration, heart failure, nausea, headaches

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What are peptide hormones who uses them side-effects

EPO can help increase red blood cell production and HGH can increase muscle mass

EPO used by long-distance events hGH used in weightlifting

EPO causes heart attacks strokes. HGH cause heart failure and diabetes

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Strategies to prevent hooliganism

Bans, Fines, prison, increase security, early kickoffs, all-seater stadiums, alcohol restrictions, education

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Reasons for hooliganism

Rivalries, alcohol, gang culture, frustration, displays of masculinity, hype

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Physical health and well-being

To body system is working well, free from illness and injury and able to carry out everyday tasks

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Mental health and well-being

A state of well-being in which every individual realises there and potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life

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Social health and well-being

This is when basic human needs are met such as food shelter and clothing

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What is a sedentary lifestyle

A lifestyle where there is very limited or no physical activity

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Health risks caused by a sedentary lifestyle

Obesity, heart disease, Type II diabetes, poor sleep, poor self-esteem and lack of energy

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What is obesity

Obesity is used to describe a person who is extremely overweight

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Somatotypes

Mesomorph’s have high muscle mass wide shoulders and narrow hips

Ectomorph’s are tall and thin have narrow shoulders and hips doesn’t store fat or muscle

Endomorph’s have a high fat content Narrow shoulders and wide hips

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Carbohydrates

The main energy source contained in bread, pasta, potatoes and rice

A balanced diet contain 55% to 60%

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Fats

Fats are an energy source then clued butter oil and meats

A balanced diet should contain 25% to 30% fat

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Protein

For growth and repair of muscle tissues contained in cheese, milk, eggs and fish

A balanced diet should contain 15% to 20% protein

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Vitamins and minerals

For maintaining the body systems and general health

Contained in fruits and vegetables