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Sport, Sexuality, and the Production of (Resistant) Bodies: De-/Re-Constructing the Meanings of Gay Male Marathon Corporeality
Placing the sporting body and Michel Foucault’s technologies of power and of the self at the center of our research inquiry, this article explores the ways in which 12 Canadian gay male marathonersExpand
Not fat, not skinny, functional enough to finish: interrogating constructions of health in the Ironman Triathlon
Sport has long been popularly promoted as a way to improve one's health through participation. Socio-cultural scholars investigating sport-related pain and injury, however, have called into questionExpand
Sport , Sexuality , and the Production of ( Resistant ) Bodies : De-/ ReConstructing the Meanings of Gay Male Marathon
Placing the sporting body and Michel Foucault’s technologies of power and of the self at the center of our research inquiry, this article explores the ways in which 12 Canadian gay male marathonersExpand
Facilitators and Barriers to the Implementation of iSPRINT: A Sport Injury Prevention Program in Junior High Schools.
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The facilitators and barriers to implementation of a sport injury prevention program in junior high school physical education (known as iSPRINT), previously shown to reduce the risk of sport-related injury in youth, are described. Expand
Exercise interventions and their effect on masculinity, body image, and personal identity in prostate cancer—A systematic qualitative review
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This systematic qualitative review aimed to examine the various exercise interventions and their effect on male perception of masculinity, body image, and personal identity. Expand
Endurance Running : A Socio-Cultural Examination
1. Critical Considerations of Runners and Running (William Bridel, Pirkko Markula, & Jim Denison) Part 1: Running Beginnings 2. "Astounding Exploits" and "Laborious Undertakings": Nineteenth-CenturyExpand
Anti-Bullying Policies in Canadian Sport: An Absent Presence
In Canada, it is estimated that one-third of bullying occurs outside of educational settings, including sport and recreation spaces (Shannon, 2013). Beyond important academic literature on abuse inExpand
From bar bet to fitness craze for weekend warriors: a genealogical analysis of the Ironman® triathlon
Abstract The inaugural Ironman® triathlon was held in Hawaii in 1978. From the initial event with 14 participants, Ironman® triathlons are now hugely popular, global sporting events in which bothExpand
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