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Challenges in Integrity of Sport: Current Practices and Preventive Approaches of Sport Corruption in Sri Lanka

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Body Image, Physical Activity and Sport Involvement: A Study on Gender Differences

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Elite Sport and Leisure Sport in Hungary: The Double Trouble

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Sport Science: Ontological and Methodological Considerations

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Social Exclusion/Inclusion in the Context of Hungarian Sport

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Sport: the Treasure of Temperance

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Sport and Tourism Between Modernity and Postmodernity

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Identification of Young Talents in Sport

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Incentive System in Hungarian High Performance Sport

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Normative Ethics and Sport: A Moral Manifesto

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