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03 Sportsmanship

03 Sportsmanship

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KOLEKSI NOTA KURSUS SAINS SUKAN TAAP II FALSAFAH SUKAN
2.SPORTSMANSHIP (FAIR PLAY)INTRODUCTIONFAIR PLAYPeople play to participate and enjoy the game – two considerations that areoften more important than winning.Bending the rules and foul play are unsporting and ruin the enjoyment for all involved.Coaches, players, referees and supporters all have a role in upholding theprinciples of fair play.
Fair play, a healthy competitive spirit and an injury-free environment are key toparticipation and enjoyment – and that’s why sporting rules and codes have beendesigned. Before you start playing, make sure you know the rules of the gameand are willing to abide by them.RulesSome rules are designed and enforced just to reduce or remove the risk of injury.For example:Hockey players aren’t allowed to raise their sticks above shoulder level, spear tackling in rugby is disallowed, and physical contact in non-contact sports ispenalised.
 

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