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What are the Differences in Stress among High School and Collegiate Cross Country Athletes?

  title={What are the Differences in Stress among High School and Collegiate Cross Country Athletes?},
  author={T Chabrecek},
There is a lack of research regarding the life stressors which male high school and collegiate cross country runners encounter. The Collegiate Student Athlete Life Stress Scale (CSALSS) assess eight life stressor subscales consisting of: performance demands, coach relationships, training adaptations, family relationships, romantic relationships, academic requirements, intrapersonal relationships, and sports injuries. Having an understanding of how these life stressors impact male high school… 


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