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As to why the sport had not been attempted, the single most popular reason given was lack of opportunity or knowledge, ‘I don’t know how to start’ (51 per cent), followed by ‘I don’t know anyone who is involved’ (39 per cent); ‘I don’t have the equipment (24 per cent); and ‘I’m too young’ (12 per cent). Factors such as cost, danger and lack of expertise or approval were mentioned relatively infrequently. Previous research is thought to have exaggerated the extent of complete drop-out from sport, and the survey would tend to confirm this speculation.
3 sports per respondent. Five reasons for wanting to try a particular sport predominated: ‘It looks like fun’ (48 per cent); ‘I have seen it on the TV/ films/video’ (33 per cent); ‘It looks exciting’ (39 per cent); ‘It looks like a challenge’ (24 per cent); and ‘I like to learn new skills’ (22 per cent). Factors such as the interest of parents (2 per cent), siblings (3 per cent) or friends (7 per cent) were of far less importance. As to why the sport had not been attempted, the single most popular reason given was lack of opportunity or knowledge, ‘I don’t know how to start’ (51 per cent), followed by ‘I don’t know anyone who is involved’ (39 per cent); ‘I don’t have the equipment (24 per cent); and ‘I’m too young’ (12 per cent).
2 shows that the sports of field hockey, lawn tennis, netball, ice skating and gymnastics are only identified as ‘top sports’ by boys attending mixed-sex schools. For girls the picture is less clear cut but there were small but consistent numbers of girls attending mixed-sex schools who identified a greater number of sports from the full range. At the same time it is interesting that a greater percentage (9 per cent) of girls from single-sex schools identified soccer as their ‘top sport’, in comparison with 6 per cent of girls from mixed-sex schools, while field hockey is nominated by 9 per cent of girls attending mixed-sex schools but only 1 per cent from girls-only schools.
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