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Sport Heroes and Role Models

PE presentation Yr12

Daniel Maun

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of Sport Heroes and Role Models

Presentation by Daniel D. Maun Sporting Heroes and Role Models : A Role Model is someone you can look up to and admire. They should inspire you to work harder, choose healthful behaviors and have a positive influence on your life.
: The good and bad with the media coverages with the athletes life What is a Sporting Hero and a Role Model? Who do we Influence most? Usain Bolt. KaKa. Arguably the most naturally gifted athlete the world has ever seen, Usain St Leo Bolt, confirmed his tremendous talents when he realized his dreams by winning a phenomenal three gold medals and breaking three world records at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Bolt became the first man in Olympic history to win both the 100m and 200m races in world record times and then as part of the 4x100m team that also smashed the world record later in the meet. Kaka is the complete package. His vision of the game is unparalleled and his shooting ability strikes fear into opponents. No one in Europe can control the tempo like the Brazilian. He is a consistent assist-man who concludes every season with more than a handful of goals. Kaka’s leadership skills allow him to shoulder any responsibilities that may arise. He’s a man whose football career has been based on his quiet, out-of-the-spotlight life and strong religious convictions. Motivational Video
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(Warning) ( May Have inappropriate languages) The family is the earliest and most significant influence on an individual’s attitude towards sport. The influence in participating a sport can be either positive or negative.

A coach can be varied instructor, assessor, friend, mentor, facilitator, chauffeur, demonstrator, adviser, supporter, fact finder, motivator, counselor, organizer, planner and a fount of all knowledge. True role models are those who possess the qualities that we would like to have and those who have affected us in a way that makes us want to be better people. To support for ourselves and our goals and take leadership on the issues that we believe in.

Sport stars did not just accomplish and win games they all fought and sacrificed far away from sport in their personal lives in the beginning What does a Role Model look like? “Sporting Role Models” are athletes who do amazing and unbelievable skill and power in the sport. Fans admire and imitate them because of their physicality and their attitude either there positive or negative they all have their way of style. Sporting Heroes do things that we can’t imagine that what they do is surprisingly impossible to the people. We can’t always look up to them because truthfully they can make mistakes and even though they’re always a good player they won’t be able to because of publicities on televisions and newspapers that they will try a way to share the world of what they’ve done. Parents are the true role models in our lives and they should always be our heroes. Summary
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