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politics
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Minister
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community
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Ministry
of
Community
Development,Youth
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Youth
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SPORTS:
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SPORITIS
I Whatis sports?
A'tport"
is
a
game,
an
amusement and
a
pastime.
However,
"sports"
arephysicalcontestspursued
forthe
goalsand challenges
they
entail.
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part
of
every
culturepastand
present,but
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own
definition
of
sports-
Sports
can
be
defined
as
autotelic
(played
for their
own
sake)phvsical contests
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is
important.
lt
can
have
a huge
impact on
people's lives,
bringing themtogeth€r
and helping
them
to
be
happy, healthyand
fulfilled.
lt
can
buildcommunities
Sport
at the
locallevel can help
to
establish rcommunity/svalues,create
harmonY and
evenimprove
an
area/s€conomy.
On
the
basis
of
thisdefiniticn,
one
can
categorise
varioustypes
ofsports.
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spontanes
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play
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II
The
Evolution
ofSports
Sports
today
has
changeddrasticallyfromwhen
it
was
first
introduced
to
the
world'
When
you
think
about
it,
some
questions
should come
tomind
like:
.
lvhat
was
it
like being
a
sportsman
in
thepast
comparedto
.
Whatis
the
odgin
of the
different
sports
we
havetoday?
.
When
did
it
all
begin?
.
Why
is
Chess
consideled
a
sport?the
present?
What have
youdiscovered
aboutthe
odgins
of
a
sport?How are
rulesdetermined?
III
The
Irnportance
of SPort
and the
power
of
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