YEAR 11/12 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Cultural Level) - Female athletes were responsible for 61 of the 121 medals stockpiled by Team USA in Rio – but it’s the preconceptions they shattered that matter even more
YEAR 11/12 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Structural Level - Funding issues) - The rest of the world has caught on and caught up, and unless Australia engages in a funding arms race to buy Olympic medals, the nation best get used to it.
YEAR 11/12 HPE - "Netball star Sharni Layton decided early in life that is she ever made it as a professional athlete, she would not participate in highly sexualised advertising" (Structural Level/Cutural Level)
AUSTRALIA spent $38 million on swimming in the lead-up to Alicia Coutts winning her Olympic relay gold medal in London but our most successful competitor at the Games will soon be back cleaning out cat litter trays.
Craig Crossley's insight:
Year 11 - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Structural Level - Rewards/Resouces/Status - $$$ and Sponsorship)
YEAR 11/12 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Interpersonal Level) - Life might have spun in a different direction for the world’s fastest man. Usain Bolt grew up during the glory days of Caribbean cricket, when the West Indies were a force to be reckoned with. The 29-year-old Jamaican sprinter is an avid cricket fan and aspired to follow in the footsteps of cricketing greats such as Courtney Walsh
YEAR 11/2 - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Cultural) - Australia's Rio tally of 29 medals, including eight gold failed to improve on London's result of 35 medals including eight gold. In which sports did we miss out this Olympics?
YEAR 11/12 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Cultural level - Structural Level - Funding - the Case FOR!) "I was in a taxi when Rafaela Silva won Brazil's first gold at the Rio Games. We may not have shared a common language, but there was no need for words"
YEAR 11/12 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Structural Level) - Cricket Australia has locked in a big pay rise for its female cricketers, a move it says will mean the Southern Stars will be the nation's best paid women'
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