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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 ...
'n Kinantropometriese en asimmetriese profiel van internasionale manlike elite-spiesgooiers
(North-West University, 2004)
The importance of studies on a complete anthropometric profile is stressed due to the lack of literature and due to the fact that athletes' morphological composition is one of the factors that contribute to performance. ...
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 ...
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 ...