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Role Models Introduction Today sport stars and other athletes are looked up to by all ages Everyone loves them They appear on television there as fame as film stars and do this with the entire world watching No wonder we make heroes out of our favorites They are seen as heroes because they can do things that most of us cant But if you examine athletes while theyre not on the court or on the field you can see what they are like in every dimension Athletes have many positive and negative sides that affect their public face and both benefit and harm their abilities to become role models and they encourage there fans to become like them rather positive or negative What Role Models are Today athletes are known for wealth privilege and fame because of their talent salary and positions as leaders its inevitable that we admire them We can learn quite a lot from role models like determination and confidence because we try to be like them you have to love a sport in order to do it well When we look at athletes normally you would say that they do everything good and positive thats how they are when they are on TV or something but real life do as much bad as they do good In the news all the time we hear about people like Stan Collymore or Roy Keane had a fight or something it will not only affect there reputation but it will make children or even adults that look up to them behave like them Positive and Negative Role Models Role Models could give a good impression to someone and make their parents or someone proud but they could also give people bad impressions like taking drugs or having lots of alcohol I have made a table below of a list of role models that give good impressions and the ones who give
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