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Article 1 13 Legal Issue The points highlighted in the article show what sports have to change to allow closer ties between amateur and professional sports I highlighted the most important parts of each section Including the impact of professional sport how to address the problem developing strategic interventions and how to proceed In part goes into brief detail about what has to be done to allow the ethics of professional sport to have closer ties between amateur and professional sports One of the most important parts in the article was stated early in the article we see professional sport but we live amateur sport The article also states a very important point of all professional sports the problem is that what we see in professional sport has an impact on what we do in amateur sport There are 5 main points stated and highlighted in the article clearly identifying the ways to solve these problems and the actions that are already being put into action Article 2 14 Sporting goods The points made in this article outline the advancements made in the sporting goods related to hockey It outlines the newest forms of sticks skates and equipment that hockey players are buying The points highlighted illustrate exactly what are the new products and why players choose these products It is also interesting how the article has an interview with the San Jose Sharks equipment manager who explains how to sharpen a hockey skate He goes into precise detail about the time and effort it takes to master the art of sharpening skates As the article states every player is different This is why there is so much variety in sporting goods offered in hockey Article 3 5 Business of womans sport This article has two very different viewpoints depending whether or not you are male or
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