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Sport specific talent identification determinants and development of sprinting and long jumping ability among 10-15 year old children from underprivileged communities
(North-West University, 2006)
As early as 1994, and with transformation in mind, the African National Congress (ANC) identified the development of the previously disadvantaged communities in South Africa as a national priority. In so doing, sport, among ...
Neuropsychological assessment of elite level rugby players and the relationship with on-field performance
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
Rugby is regarded as one of the most popular professional team sports in the world and characterized by various high-intensity activities such as sprints, accelerations from a static position, rucking, mauling, tackling ...
Cognition, personality and emotional intelligence among South African rugby union players: an exploratory study
(North-West University (South-Africa), 2020)
At the elite level in sport, the difference between winning and losing is often ascribed to a player’s level of psychological abilities. Given that athletes’ physical, tactical and technical abilities are fairly equal, an ...