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    Christopher Kane MSA 560 Sportsmanship Essay Sports events are essentially social in character. They facilitate the coming together of people from various parts of the country, at a national level, and various parts of the world, at the international level. The dictionary defines sportsmanship as the face or practice of participating in sports or sport. It is also the conduct and attitude considered as befitting participants in sports, especially fair play, courtesy, striving spirit

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    There is much debate in our current athletic culture on sportsmanship and gamesmanship. Stories of scandals seem to make the news headlines almost weekly in college and professional athletics. In fact, a story just broke about the Boston Red Sox using an apple watch to steal signs from the New York Yankees (Olney, 2017). Stealing signs has always been part of baseball but using technology is prohibited. There are numerous other examples of athletic teams bending the rules or completely breaking the

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    Sportsmanship All athletes can recognize that being a part of a team is hard. It is incredibly difficult to select a group of teenagers that will (1) all get along, (2) work together seamlessly, and (3) respect their coaches. The formula for the perfect team is unknowable. One negative spirit always exists to drag the team down, to deflate their motives and increase their egos; but that does not have any effect on the sportsmanship of a team. Sportsmanship does not rely on the cohesiveness of a

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    defines sportsmanship. What is a sportsman? The definition seems to have undergone a big change over the years. If children follow the example set by today's athletes, the definition would equal a sore loser. High school sports should be a fun way to physically express yourself as an athlete, but at the same time learn some of life's lessons, like sportsmanship, discipline, and respect. In today's society, winning comes before everything, but if winning requires neglect of good sportsmanship, then

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    Sportsmanship Sportsmanship is the character, practice, or skill of a person involved in sports. This includes the participant, the parents, the coaches, and all spectators. Sportsmanlike conduct includes fairness, courtesy, learning to be a good loser, being competitive without rude behavior, or experiencing any ill feelings toward the opponent. Too often in any sporting event, the purpose of the sport is forgotten. Winning has become overwhelmingly important to the adults involved. This

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    respect and sportsmanship. This project is important to me because respect is a big part of life along with sportsmanship. If you are mean and a sore loser no one's gonna want to be one your team and might not want to be friends with you either. What we are doing for this project is we're going over to woodside middle school to play games with the seventh and eighth graders like kickball and bonkerball. We think the kids will have a great time while they are learning and practicing sportsmanship and respect

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    Definition Essay on Sportsmanship Abstract Although it is very common to mention the term Sportsmanship during any sports event, very few individuals are actually familiar with the true definition of the word. For some it is the behavioral aspect shown by the participating teams or athletes while others it is more than just a routine behavior and is associated with the deep rooted respect of the opponent as well as the outcome of an event. Sportsmanship is known to be an aspiration which

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    Many people are excellent at showing sportsmanship and teamwork while playing a sport or in their everyday life. Morelia Sanchez was definitely one of them. Morelia played lacrosse in her sophomore year at Kennedy High School. I interviewed her about her definition of sportsmanship and teamwork, and also how she uses them in her everyday life. Morelia’s definition of sportsmanship is to make an effort and give it your all (and hopefully win). “Knowing how to lose is also important when playing any

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    Sportsmanship depends on societies that are built upon trust and respect between competitors. With professional sports turning into “the bread and circuses of a new Rome”, fan’s animosity directed toward referees has soared. States have now passed laws in fourteen states to protect these referees (Lipsyte 1-2). Having to defend authority figures screams that the world of sports is changing right before our eyes. The controversial subject of sportsmanship allows me to take a stand on my position that

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    The two things that most attract me to Wellesley are the Chandler Pool and the Lulu Campus Center. Sportsmanship is one of my defining characteristics. Having been swimming for the past three years, the eight-lane professional Chandler Pool at Wellesley attracts me deeply. Swimming has both strengthened my perseverance and given me the spirit of collaboration and sportsmanship. I enjoy the feeling of racing in the water, pushing myself to the finish line. Swimming has given my body power, developed

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