Sports Done Right Overview of the Initiative Proposal to Congress University of Maine’s Center for Sport and Coaching 350 Maine Student-Athletes contributed to this Report Sports Done Right The Strategy and Design of the Report
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“HighlightingSports Done Right are Core Principles and Core Practices that describe healthy sports programs for young student-athletes. Further, the report identifies certain practices and behaviors such as Out-of-Bounds, calling for their elimination from the arena of school sports.”
Having acknowledged the prominence of sports in our nation and our state, we need to acknowledge a concern with how we conduct school sports. Can we serve our student-athletes better? Is there a way to describe healthy school sports? Is there an urgency to make some corrections?
“It’s almost like a town’s mentality is tied into how the sports teams do. We’re only in high school, not professional athletes. This is a learning experience for us and we’re doing it because we enjoy it.”
Falmouth High School/Wheaton College