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Jan 26, 2015 The contrasts of the 3 sports of Netball, Tennis and Football are; personally the facilities, coaches and opportunities provided. All 3 are funded by the organisation of UK sport and provide different pathways for each level of the development continuum however I think the contrasts of the 3 are the intensity and proactiveness within them.
To have a good sports development plan you must first set up a planning team and draw up a Plan to Plan. Then follow the four stages: Stage One Where are we now? Set the strategic context Consider your Association in the context of the Sports Development Continuum
Nov 23, 2014 P1: Describe three examples of the sports development continuum, from three different sports. The three sports chosen for this project are Tennis, Football and Cricket, although there are four levels of sports development in the overall sports development continuum meaning that each sport has a unique place of its own within all levels of the
Sports Development Continuum of Boxing Foundation level Boxings foundation level age can vary, as you can be a beginner from a very early age like football 511 or start even at the age of 16. Surprisingly many people are beginners at ages 15 17 due to the physical nature of the sport
At school level, children will be taught the basic skills of the game such as catching and passing, this is in the earlier years of their school lives. It is important that all kids have at least a small knowledge of how to play so that they have more opportunities in sports
Development management. Sport Englands aim in working with the planning system is to help provide places that maximise opportunities for sport and physical activity for all, enabling the already active to be more so and the inactive to become active
The contexts for sports development are rapidly expanding, as are the diverse issues facing those involved. In this book, leading authorities in the discipline look at how those engaging in sports development must be in the business of devising better and more effective ways of promoting interest, participation or performance in sport.
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