Latest publications:
“None of the Kids are Allowed to Eat Junk at the Pool": Discourses of "Optimal Nutrition" in Competitive Youth Swimming and the Impact on Athlete Welfare"

The topic of this paper is youth swimming coaches' perceptions of physical preparation and "optimal nutrition" and the consequences for youth athletes' empowerment, health and wellbeing.

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Published online: May 14, 2015

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“How Do I Juggle Sport and School?”: Demands and Issues Voiced by Current and Former Australian School-age Athletes

This is about the demands and issues experienced by Australian high performance school-age athletes who lead two lives-full time school student and high performance athlete as voiced by athletes.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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The Readability of Fantasy Sports Journalism

This is the first study examining the grade level of writing about fantasy sports. The study compares the writing of free content with pay content among ESPN fantasy sports writers.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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Meanings of Walking

Walking is a physical activity that has philosofical meanings beyond the predominant biological approach of sports.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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A Spartan Education for Antebellum America? Conflicting Views on the Use of Sports and Exercise in a Modern Republic

This paper explains why nineteenth-century reformers in the United States argued for the inclusion of exercise and sports into school curricula to create a citizenry who reinforced republican values.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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Moving On Up? Whether Leaps to Division 1-A in American College Football Benefit Universities

The paper will consider whether the moves to the largest division of American college football by smaller universities has really resulted in the great financial benefit these schools envisioned.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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The Ethics Evolution of Fantasy Sports Journalism

A survey among fantasy sports journalists in the United States conducted in 2010, then replicated in 2012 and 2014, reveals changes and maturation in ethical and workplace practices.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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Women of Asian Descent in Ivy League Golf, 1999–2013

This article explains the increase in Asian women college golfers in the Ivy League in the latter half of the 1999-2013 period. The increase was from 20% to 60%.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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Football and the Female "Other": Female Football Players and Narratives of Complicity and Contest

I examine the experiences of female football players in England and refer to Bhabha’s "third space" and concept of mimicry (Bhabha, 1994:54) to open up to debate gendered practices.

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Published online: May 7, 2015

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The Impact of Walking Football: Effective Team Strategies for High Performance Veteran Players

Drawing on three key levels of competition, this study examines the impact of walking football and effective team strategies for high performance veteran 5-a-side players.

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