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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1982
See also: 1982 in music (UK) Musical groups established in 1982 Record labels established in 1982 list of years in music // January 15 - K.C. and the Sunshine Bands Harry Wayne Casey is seriously injured in an automobile accident in Miami, Florida.
This is a timeline documenting the events of heavy metal in the year 1982.
Virtually every child in Argentina, to this very day, is made to believe that the islands are Argentine, the people living on the islands are virtually non-existent (and if they do exist, they are not considered a party in the conflict) and that the so called "imperialistic injustice" ought to be settled.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1982   (1086 words)

 1982 in sports - Definition, explanation
See also: 1981 in sports, other events of 1982, 1983 in sports and the list of 'years in sports'.
Formed in 1982 the PDC is the oldest carriage driving club in Northern Virginia.
Formed in 1982 the PDC is the oldest carriage driving...
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/1/19/1982_in_sports.php   (1166 words)

 The Physician and Sportsmedicine: Fatalities and Catastrophic Injuries in High School and College Sports, 1982-1997
Catastrophic injuries in ice hockey usually occur when an athlete is struck from behind or falls and hits the crown of his or her head on the boards, resulting in fractured cervical vertebrae and paralysis.
Coaches should be well trained in physical conditioning, the skills of their sport, and the risks of injury and be able to teach these effectively to young athletes.
From 1982 through 1997, 60 direct fatalities and catastrophic injuries and 25 indirect fatalities occurred among high school and college female athletes, including cheerleaders (table A).
www.physsportsmed.com /issues/1999/08_99/cantu.htm   (2633 words)

  Violence in Children's Sports - Guideline for Parents and Coaches
Sports violence can be defined as behavior which causes harm, occurs outside of the rules of the sport, and is unrelated to the competitive objectives of the sport (Terry and Jackson, p.2).
In sports, frustration can be caused by questionable calls by officials, failure to make a particular play, injuries that interfere with optimum performance, heckling from spectators, or taunts by coaches or players.
Ideally children's participation in team sports should be fun, contribute to their physical development and well-being, help to develop social skills, and promote a desire for continued involvement with physical activity.
www.childdevelopmentinfo.com /health_safety/violence_kids_sports.shtml   (1382 words)

 NEA News Room: Literary Reading in Dramatic Decline, According to National Endowment for the Arts Survey
The study also documents an overall decline of 10 percentage points in literary readers from 1982 to 2002, representing a loss of 20 million potential readers.
While all demographic groups showed declines in literary reading between 1982 and 2002, the survey shows some are dropping more rapidly than others.
Literary readers are much more likely to be involved in cultural, sports and volunteer activities than are non-readers.
www.nea.gov /news/news04/ReadingAtRisk.html   (966 words)

 Programs - Women in Sports
More girls and women play sports than ever before in American history, with millions competing in youth leagues, high school, college, and at the professional level, where tennis, golf, soccer and basketball are surging in popularity.
As a growing number of girls and women are becoming part of the sports culture and are influenced by it, it's instructive to look at the experience of women athletes, especially how they challenged attitudes and assumptions about competition and expectations.
Nicknamed after Babe Ruth for her prodigious feats, she excelled at numerous sports, including baseball, basketball, track and field, swimming, skating, and golf - she was a founder of the LPGA tour - despite limited opportunities for females in the 1930s and '40s.
www.yogiberramuseum.org /prog_womeninsports.html   (1699 words)

 Adrian College Athletic Staff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Duffy is at the helm of a Bulldog athletic department that boasts 16 sports with three new sports on the way.
He was previously responsible for the operation of the Merillat Sport and Fitness Center, while also serving as an assistant football coach for 20 years.
A 1982 graduate of Adrian College, Duffy played offensive tackle for the 1980 MIAA champion Bulldog football team before beginning his coaching career.
www.adrian.edu /sports/duffy.php   (155 words)

 Brain Injury In Sports
An estimated 300,000 sports related traumatic brain injuries, TBIs, of mild to moderate severity, most of which can be classified as concussions, (i.e., conditions of temporary altered mental status as a result of head trauma, occur in the United States each year.
The risk for second impact syndrome should be considered in a variety of sports associated with likelihood of blows to the head, including boxing, football, ice or roller hockey, soccer, baseball, basketball, and snow skiing.
The American Academy of Neurology has adopted recommendations for the management of concussion in sports that are designed to prevent second impact syndrome and to reduce the frequency of other cumulative brain injuries related to sports.
www.headinjury.com /sports.htm   (2805 words)

 eMedicine - Cervical Spine Injuries in Sports : Article Excerpt by: Andrew A Sama, MD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A high index of suspicion and an understanding of cervical alignment and architecture, as well as comprehension of the mechanics exerted during a sporting event, are imperative to diagnosing cervical injuries.
Over 450 catastrophic injuries were reported in sports between the years of 1982 and 1994.
C-spine injuries have been reported in most contact sports, including football, hockey, rugby, and wrestling, and in several noncontact sports, such as skiing, track and field, diving, surfing, power lifting, and equestrian events.
www.emedicine.com /orthoped/byname/cervical-spine-injuries-in-sports.htm   (485 words)

 1982 Championship DVD Now Available :: Legends In Blue celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1982 title team.
Those words from Woody Durham on the Tar Heel Sports Network--along with the familiar images of Jordan's sweet jumper and Worthy's dash down the Superdome court after intercepting Brown's pass--are the way most of us remember Carolina's 1982 national championship.
The all-new DVD includes footage from exclusive new interviews with all the key members of the 1982 team, including Michael Jordan, James Worthy, Sam Perkins, Dean Smith, Roy Williams, and many more.
Place your order now to hear significant new details about 1982 straight from the best sources available--the players and coaches who lived the season.
www.tarheelblue.com /sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/100906aac.html   (274 words)

 Women's Sports Foundation History
She was inspired to make the attempt for a cash reward to put toward a loan that was due on her Texas ranch.
It advocated equality in sport and successfully provided opportunities for collegiate women until 1982 when the NCAA, after resisting the participation of women in sport for its entire history, voted to provide competitive opportunities for women.
Title IX, the federal law that opened the door of opportunity for girls and women to participate in sports by prohibiting gender discrimination in schools and colleges that receive federal funding, is signed by President Richard M. Nixon.
www.womenssportsfoundation.org /cgi-bin/iowa/issues/history/article.html?record=80   (1295 words)

 History of the World Cup: Part Four: 1982-1990 - Boston.com
An expanded World Cup of 24 teams included an increase in the number of finalists from Asia, Africa and the CONCACAF region of North and Central America but it was the Europeans who dominated the competition.
Champions Italy made it as far as the second round where they lost 2-0 to France, while favorites Argentina, hosts Mexico, England, Brazil and West Germany were among those who reached the last eight.
Argentina emerged the victors on June 22 at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico where Diego Maradona won the match with his infamous "Hand of God" goal and his utterly brilliant second when he dribbled from inside his own half, took on and beat half the England defense before rounding goalkeeper Peter Shilton to score.
www.boston.com /sports/soccer/articles/2006/06/03/history_of_the_world_cup_part_four_1982_1990   (1299 words)

 Spain, 1982 : World Cup Football host country
Soviet referee Miroslav Stupar changed his mind and disallowed a goal by France in a finals match on 21 June 1982, after the Kuwaiti players complained that they had heard a whistle and stopped playing.
The first match decided with a penalty shoot-out was the semi-final between West Germany and France on 8 July, 1982, in which the Germans won the shootout 5:4.
The first substitute to score a hat-trick was Laszlo Kiss of Hungary in a match against El Salvador on 15 June 1982.
www.topendsports.com /events/worldcupsoccer/hosts/spain-1982.htm   (168 words)

 Feminist Majority Foundation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 2001, women were 43% of the college students participating in sports.
In 2001, young women are 41.5% of the students participating in high school sports.
Since Title IX, the number of high school girls who participate in sports has gone from 1 in 27 to 1 in 2.5.
www.feminist.org /sports/titleIXfactsheet.asp   (488 words)

 Psychology of Sports | Mental Science of Sports | Emotion and Behavior in Sports | Questia.com Online Library
First, issues arise in sports that are not simply empirical ones of psychology, sociology, or...
Sports in the Lives of Children and Adolescents: Success on the Field and in Life » Read Now
Carron A. "Cohesiveness in sports: Interpretations and considerations".
www.questia.com /Index.jsp?CRID=psychology_of_sports&OFFID=se1   (727 words)

 Meet Dr. Stetson - SportsMedicineDr.com - Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Stetson specializes in sports medicine with an expertise in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder, knee, elbow and ankle.
Both Dr. Stetson and Dr. Powell are fellowship trained in sports medicine and arthroscopy and have over 20 years of surgical experience between the two of them.
Stetson has a passion for sports, the desire to heal, and a first-hand understanding of the medical needs of an athlete in training and the weekend warrior.
www.sportsmedicinedr.com /drstetson.htm   (544 words)

 Sports Medicine Directory
Prior to moving to Portland in 1980, he served as a LCDR in the U.S. Navy and as team physician at the U.S. Naval Academy and orthopaedic surgeon at the Naval Hospital in Annapolis.
He works at the Sports Medicine Center of Orthopaedic Associates on a part-time basis and is the Director of Sports Medicine and assistant director of the Family Practice Residency Program at Maine Medical Center.
She completed her family medicine residency training at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA and is currently a sports medicine fellow at Maine Medical Center through the department of Family Medicine.
www.orthoassociates.com /sports_dir.htm   (1795 words)

 Teen Pregnancy Prevention: Fact Sheets - Teen Pregnancy and Athletic Involvement
Girls who play sports are more likely than those who don't to be virgins.
When girls in poor neighborhoods participate in sports or other physical activities, they report higher levels of self-esteem and wait longer before having sex for the first time.
Young female athletes in grades 9-12, particularly African-American girls, are less likely to combine sex with drugs and alcohol than are their non-athlete peers, a key risk factor in becoming pregnant and contracting sexually transmitted diseases.
www.teenpregnancy.org /resources/reading/fact_sheets/sports.asp   (727 words)

 Online Radio Sports Radio
Founded by Brian Martin in 1992, TEST (Total Energy System Training) Sports Clubs is a privately owned chain of upscale sports clubs that specialize in sports performance and personal training programs.
Its mission is to create sports performance and fitness programs that are safe, effective and, most of all, fun.
TEST is headquartered at 1982 Washington Valley Road, Martinsville, NJ 08836 and has two locations in Bedminster and one in Red Bank, NJ.
www.sportsnetamerica.com /testsports.html   (104 words)

 The official site of the Toronto Argonauts as powered by SLAM! Sports
Condredge was a fierce competitor who was renowned for his athletic talents and his ability to lead the team.
Holloway is the Argos all-time leading passer and was only the second Argo in history at that time to win the Schenley Award as the league MVP in 1982.
Condredge amassed 3,184 yards in 1982 and was the Eastern passing leader.
www.canoe.ca /Argos/History/HallOfFame/Condredge_Holloway.html   (302 words)

 List of sports events
This page indexes the individual year in sports pages.
Each year is annotated with a significant event as a reference point.
1993 in sports - Monica Seles is stabbed during a tennis tournament
www.gamesinathens.com /olympics/l/li/list_of_sports_events.shtml   (585 words)

 The New York City Sports Commission
For many people who have a disability, Casa Colina Adaptive Sports provides not only a springboard to become involved in sports activities, but also the incentive to power through personal barriers to higher levels of productivity and achievement in other parts of life.
The range of adaptive sports is constantly expanding both in the number of sports available and the skill level at which the sport is played.
This is a five-day event at which experienced players share their expertise with campers in a range of land and sea activities included water skiing, jet skiing, introduction to SCUBA, basketball, hockey, rugby, power soccer, tennis and an expanded two-day kids camp.
www.nyc.gov /html/sports/html/casacolina.html   (337 words)

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March 26 - A ground breaking ceremony for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is held in Washington, DC.
June 6 - 1982 Lebanon War begins: Forces under Israeli Defense Minister Ariel Sharon invade southern Lebanon in their "Operation Peace for the Galilee," eventually reaching as far north as the capital Beirut.
www.knowledgefun.com /book/1/19/1982.html   (1589 words)

 CFL on CBC: 2002 Grey Cup
Steve Armitage brings vast amount of experience to the chameleon-like roles he plays within CBC Sports.
He was rinkside for short and long-track speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
In 1982, Armitage received the Foster Hewitt Award for Excellence in Sports Broadcasting.
www.cbc.ca /sports/football/greycup2002/grey_cup_hosts_armitage.html   (174 words)

 Sports Cards and Memorabilia - Fat Man Utility Items
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 eBay: Sports Illustrated 1982 Super Bowl Preview Joe Montana (item 170087211611 end time Mar-09-07 14:38:02 PST)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Sports Illustrated 1982 Super Bowl Preview Joe Montana
Sports Illustrated-Jan 25,1982 Super Bowl Previw,San Francisco and Cincinnati.
Magazine has very minimal wear.Shipping for one SI is $4.99 and two for $5.99.
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 Luis Tiant -- Latino Legends in Sports
He won 20 games four times, led the American League in shutouts three times and struck out 2,416 batters during his illustrious career.
Luis Tiant retired at age 42 in 1982 and has fallen short the past few years on being elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Luis Tiant currently reside in Boston and is married to Maria del Refugio Navarro and has three children; Luis Tiant Jr., Isabel and Daniel.
www.latinosportslegends.com /Tiant_Luis-bio.htm   (1025 words)

 Work In Sports - sports jobs, sports employment
Although she grew up the daughter of the franchise owner, the aspiration to be involved in the sports industry was not always her master plan.
She got her start with the Brewers in 1982, upon graduating magna cum laude from Tufts University.
She often hears from people who are passionate baseball fans expecting that alone to lead to a career in sports.
www.workinsports.com /article.asp?id=4   (562 words)

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