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Time budget and life-style of athletes at ordinary high schools and at special sport high schools



Time budget and life-style of athletes at ordinary high schools and at special sport high schools



Liikunnan ja Kansanterveyden Julkaisuja ( 73): 592-599



It is difficult to be a top athlete and to simultaneously study successfully at school. Therefore, special arrangements are necessary if education is thought desirable for an athlete. The study compares how students attending special sport high schools (SPE), ordinary high schools (ORD) and non-athletic high schools (NON) in Finland spend their time.

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