Sport is often deemed to be the ‘universal language’. It is something that brings people together, no matter the culture, language or gender. Sport especially is an integral part of the Australian culture. The Australian lifestyle is often associated with the outdoors, and the concept of mate-ship is something that has defined us as a nation. Virtually every sport is played keenly somewhere in Australia, and it is this drive that has enabled Australia to be known globally for its success.
Sports exist at the core a societal foundation. Sports allow for a wide range of ways to get involved from involvement to spectatorship. The youth spend their days playing and fascinating over sports, similar to that of an adult, elderly, ect. Neither the appreciation nor the excitement of sports and athletic events differ by age. Some would say sport play such a big role in society because of their ability to incorporate life lessons into a fun activity, while other think the fascination of sports exist as the problem.
A. SPORT AS A UNIFIER 1. Sport is a unifier. Sport unifies teams, provinces, cities, countries and in some cases even the whole world. These games have the ability to put all problems on hold and find solutions to the most difficult situations. During these events we as spectators are able to see the athletes as more than just fellow human beings but as role models to society.
Sports not only create a culture, they also affect culture. With every rise of a culture, new standards are established by individuals within the cultures boundaries. Participants involved with cultural decisions are affected by these established standards. Increasing those who are allowed to participate in sport competitions increase the poll of people who actively participate in the government. Champions make their mark upon the history of their culture and increase their spectators involvement in society.
Sport for years has brought people together all around the world. Sport has the potential to unite people. The UN definition of sport is all forms of physical activity that contribute to physical fitness, mental well-being and social interaction, such as play, recreation, organized or competitive sport and indigenous sports and games. The Oxford English dictionary definition of sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. This shows us how sport is not just for competition, it is for fun and entertainment.
For most of my childhood, the sport of baseball was the one activity I loved above anything else. Nothing could compare to the exhilarating freedom and satisfaction of bolting full speed around the bases, determined to steal 2nd, beating the "Throwdown" by a fraction of a second. The massive dust cloud kicked up by my cleats and the thunderous boom of the umpire shouting, "Safe!" made me feel empowered.
Many of our sports have evolved in different ways today. To some it 's more than just a sport. It has evolved to where some dedicate all their time to and some its just what they grown around with. From all the way back to the 1800s to today have made the game a lot safer. It also has brought many crowds of people from all over the world.
The Sport is a devastating road to heartbreak and failure. (I suggest, To experience sports, you have to experience heartbreak and failure - sounds a bit awkward to say “the sport”). It is the definition of it. Don't get me wrong, sports can lead to success, fame, and many other glorious things that others can't imagine. Like the money, land and the "acquaintances"
Sports teach life skills like how to deal with stress, as stress is something everyone gets, and learning it and how to deal with it at early ages is an important life skill. Another reason is that sports also
Nearly all Americans love sports but is it really worth it. In this generation, competitive sports has become more dangerous than ever sports experts are starting to worry that competitive sports has a more negative effect than a positive effect on children. Most competitive sports can lead to severe injuries, pressure which can lead the youth using illegal drugs, and all the money parents spend on their kids to play sports is ridiculous, and worst of all most children are starting to burn out of sports emotionally and physically.Competitive sports do not have a positive effect on all children because of the cost, pressure/injury, and enjoyment.
In life, people will experience different things that will have an influence on who they are as well as who they will become. These experiences are in direct correlation to future success. Some believe that most of these experiences are outside of one 's own control, such as where he was born, where he goes to school or even a financial situation. While this makes sense, there is one thing that is within one 's control that will greatly increase the likelihood of one 's achievements. Playing sports in high school has a positive impact on future success.
Value of Sports and Visual Arts In today's society, high school sports are highly valued. With sports comes recognition, good health, and so much more. Although sports provide many positives for growing teens, they are too glorified. Too much funding and support from schools and communities go into the sports program, and while many programs out of school allow kids to take part in sports, rarely are there any that involve acting, music, and art.