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The importance of ethical behavior in sports training
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Golden Tate's Hit and Ever-Evolving Ethics of Football

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Did anyone else feel oddly conflicted on Sunday when Seattle wide receiver Golden Tate hit Dallas linebacker Sean Lee? I'd imagine many Seahawks fans rather enjoyed watching ...

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Bryan G.'s curator insight, September 6, 2014 11:21 AM

Players are now becoming more aware of the dangers of "big hits" and now the focus shifts towards the coaches. Should coaches allow their players to act "lawless"?

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College basketball: Just a quick pit stop, for better or worse - San Antonio Express

College basketball: Just a quick pit stop, for better or worse - San Antonio Express | Ethics-in-sports-training-today | Scoop.it
College basketball: Just a quick pit stop, for better or worse San Antonio Express 7 in the 2001 draft, he never fit in with Houston or Minnesota, struggled with alcohol and a bad work ethic, and died in a 2007 car accident with a blood-alcohol...
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Otto Porter wields skill, strong work ethic to top of Big East - SI.com

Otto Porter wields skill, strong work ethic to top of Big East - SI.com | Ethics-in-sports-training-today | Scoop.it
Otto Porter wields skill, strong work ethic to top of Big East
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And if he is ideally mechanized on the court, he is a p.r.
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The making of Mindy Minhas: talent, work ethic and drive

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The best athletes are never satisfied with themselves.
Michelle Travick's insight:

It is always good to see people who believe in hard work and have strong ethics and morals becoming the best at what they do. Especially in sports when many use performance enhancing drugs to win in their sport. 

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