Children and sports

United States, 1980

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Episode of Series “James Michener’s World”.
Narrator, James Michener takes a close look at individual and team sports in the context of children’s involvement. He shows how children’s sport reflects society’s emphasis on achievement. Speaking with parents, coaches, physicians and athletes, Michener weighs the pros and cons of winning vs learning to meet challenges; healthy exercise vs exposure to injury.

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Bud Greenspan

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