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A profession is commonly known as an occupation such as law medicine or engineering that requires considerable training and specialized study Of course sport can also fall under this definition Sport falls under the big umbrella of this definition and I strongly feel that sport can be considered a profession but to many others it may not be Firstly it takes extensive efforts and training to be a professional sportsman Not any Tom Dick and Harry can rise out of nowhere to rival the skills of Beckham or Jordon Hence it is evident that there is a side to sport that is more than just casual An athlete is sometimes born and sometimes nurtured but either way hard work and toil is put into the making of one To use the word tiring to describe the amount of physical conditioning would be making an understatement It involves early mornings and sacrificing hours of precious sleep long periods of endurance training and also monotonous afternoons in the gymnasium As a profession a sportsman requires a fair amount of specialized study as well He has to be efficiently equipped with health bites first aid rules and regulations of the game tactics and strategy and knowledge of his potential opponents Of course all these will only be done on a professional level and at a professional level sport is a profession Secondly playing a sport also rakes in an income which is a trait of a profession Many sportsmen in the world are earning as much as if not more than many lawyers doctors or engineers In fact many athletes do not have a job because sport is their job They are paid to stay on teams and represent a countries so they have a steady source of income So in the economic aspect sport does fulfill ones financial needs Lastly sport is also like any other profession with its own set of politics and
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