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Sport and other motor activities of Warsaw students

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Kinematic quantification of straight-punch techniques using the preferred and non-preferred fist in taekwon-do

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Relationships between competitive anxiety, social support and self-handicapping in youth sport

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Generational differences in the motivational factors that drive Cypriots to participate in sporting activities

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Social and political factors affecting sporting success in small countries: The case of Cyprus

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Participation in sports and sociometric status of adolescents

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External and internal sport motivations of young adults

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Postural variables in girls practicing sport gymnastics

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Psychological gender of women taking up typically masculine sports activity

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Student-centered approach and alternative assessments to improve students’ learning domains during health education sessions

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