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Can We Talk about European Public Policy in the Field of Sport?

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Models of Organisation of Youth Elite Sports Training System in Europe

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Youth Volunteering in Sport: A Case Study of The Benefits of “The European Voluntary Service” for a Sport Organization

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Everyday Physical Education: Functional and Dysfunctional Consequences in Hungarian Public Education

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Leisure-time Physical Activity Among Different Social Groups of Estonia: Results of the National Physical Activity Survey

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Post-transformational Trends in Hungarian Sport (1995-2004)

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Social Aspects of Physical Education and Sport in Schools

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Comparative Study on Physical Activity and Back Pain of Young Mothers in Some Eastern European Countries

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Socio-Demographic and Leisure Activity Determinants of Physical Activity of Working Warsaw Residents Aged 60 to 69 Years

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The Sports Participation: From Research to Sports Policy

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