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Children and sportPrologueThe declaration of principles Children and Sport has been drafted by a joint committee convened by the Australian Confederation of Sport (CAS), which includes representatives from the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Leisure (ACHPER) and the Australian Federation of Sports Medicine (ASMF).Represents the point of view of professionals who love the sport and want children to purchase a lifetime commitment to the sport through regular participation.The statement has been presented in summary form for general distribution especially parents affiliated sports clubs.As a comprehensive statement, it is expected that national sporting bodies carefully consider encouraging clubs and member associations to adopt the recommendations contained therein.The ACHPER is a national association that provides educational and vocational support for people working in the fields of health education, physical education, leisure, sport and dance.The Council is a federation of state organizations in which major initiatives are coordinated through a national executive.The Australian Federation of Sports Medicine is a national organization of health care professionals dedicated to monitor the health care of all sports-related people of the community.An important part of this function is to meet the special needs of children who play sports, ensuring the stimulation of a strong commitment to research in this field and maintenance of the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries and as recovery of normal function as primary concerns.The Australian Sports Confederation is "the voice of the industry" of sport in Australia, whose objectives are related to the development and promotion of sport.It consists of 121 national sports associations, and directed by a board that coordinates a wide range of initiatives.
The declaration was adopted at the annual general meeting of the Confederation of Sports, held in Melbourne in December 1983.
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Sport for children
The fundamental goal of youth sports is to promote participation in physical activity in a way that favors the beneficial effects immediate and long term participants. Such effects become apparent in the form of a higher level of physical fitness, improved health, social integration and satisfaction nicer derived from a good performance in individual and group activities.
This statement focuses on sport for children before the onset of puberty, especially between the ages of 10 and 13.
The period between 10 and 13 years is critical in developing a positive attitude to participation in the sport for a lifetime. This stage is the optimal time for children to acquire the physical skills necessary for successful participation in sport, and to apply those skills in modified games. Children this age readily accept and willingly physical challenges of the sport, and can gradually develop the ability to cope with the psychological demands of competitive gaming.
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