The International Olympic Committee Consensus statement on age determination in high-level young athletes.

@article{Engebretsen2010TheIO,
  title={The International Olympic Committee Consensus statement on age determination in high-level young athletes.},
  author={Lars Engebretsen and Kathrin Steffen and Roald Bahr and Carolyn R. Broderick and Jiř{\'i} Dvoř{\'a}k and P M Janarv and Amanda Johnson and Michel L{\'e}glise and Tallal Charles Mamisch and Damien McKay and Lyle M Micheli and Patrick Schamasch and Gurcharan Dato Singh and Diane E J Stafford and Harald Steen},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={44 7},
  pages={476-84}
}
476 Br J Sports Med June 2010 Vol 44 No 7 there may be considerable rewards, individual fame or national prestige associated with winning, not only for the athlete but for the coach and his or her entourage. These competitions also represent important showgrounds for young athletes; in some sports, this is often where talented athletes are identifi ed for a future professional career. Unfortunately, in a number of sports it is suspected that the chronological age of the participating players is… CONTINUE READING
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