According to Sotiriadou, Shilbury & Quick (2008), sport development analysis can be done by classifying the process into three distinct segments; attraction, retention/transition and nurturing. These three segments are interdependent and complementary to each other such that the success of one is dependent on and influenced by the success of the other. However, because each […]

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 The design of most rugby development programs in Australia is along the sports development doctrine of development of sport rather than the development through sport theme. There are both NSOs and SSOs rugby development programs currently under implementation in Australia. The two primary objectives of such rugby development programs are the desire to increase the […]

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Promoting sustainable, low emissions development through a range of clean energy activities that have national, regional, and global components. One major activity involves cooperation with up to 20 countries in developing and implementing low emissions development strategies (LEDS) that emphasize energy efficiency and renewable energy. Other activities include supporting regional energy efficiency and power grid […]

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Sport forms an inescapable and influential part of Australian social culture through involvement is sport either by participation or spectatorship. Sport is important across all levels of the sports system, from the grassroots level to the elite level. Sport has both intrinsic and extrinsic values. Intrinsic values are as a result of personal skills acquisition, […]

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