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U.S. Trends in Team Sports 2002

U.S. Trends in Team Sports 2002

Participating in a team sport is a part of the American way of life - especially for children. Play on high school varsity teams is strong - up 27% from 1990. This is largely due to the surge in female participation, as girls now represent 41.5% of all high school varsity athletes. And, organized sports have thrived as studies show that more than twice as many young people play on an organized team than play on a non-organized or pickup team. U.S. Trends in Team Sports (2002 edition) also contains four additional special sections: * Special Report: Youth Participation in Organized Team Sports - What percentage of children (aged 6-17) were involved with at least one of 18 organized team sports in 2001? * Special Report: Parents Rate the Team Sport Experience - Are parents satisfied with their children's youth sports experience? * Comparing Participation and Popularity of Team Sports - What are the most popular sports in high school and college - for both males and females? * Sales of Teams Sports Gear - What is the sales status for manufacturers of sports equipment? 2002 Edition 30 pages - PDF: 912k

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