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Participation in sport: socio-cultural factors - environment, climate and access

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    Phomolo P.
    Phomolo P.

    Environment / climate / access to facilities - Where you live will affect the sports you get involved in. The landscape in the lake district for example is perfect for hiking. You need to live near the sea to take part in surfing etc

    Zachary B.
    Zachary B.

    What does environment have to do with participating I'm sport?

    Folasade B.
    Folasade B.

    Environment place a large part in most activities. For instance ice skating can never be part of sport in most African Countries.

    Rk S.
    Rk S.

    Participation in sport: socio-cultural factors - environment, climate and access Environment, climate and access If you live near the sea or a river you are far more likely to sail or row. If you live in a cold climate it is easier to take up skiing or snowboarding. The easier it is to get to a sports facility, the more likely, you are to go there. If the nearest one is a kilometre away, interstate, or overseas that makes participation difficult.

    Muhammad S.
    Muhammad S.

    Does environment climate and access have any role to take a part in sports activities?

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