History Of Sport

Cricket Values

1) honesty- walking out when caught
2) teamwork- co operation with team mates
3) leadership- decision making
4) loyalty- to team and house
5) trsut- in captains decision
6) endeavour- commitment and determination

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Cricket Values

Cricket Values

1) honesty- walking out when caught

2) teamwork- co operation with team mates

3) leadership- decision making

4) loyalty- to team and house

5) trsut- in captains decision

6) endeavour- commitment and determination

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Athleticism and Stage three

Athleticism is physical endeavour and moral integrity

melting pot of ideas

rules so became more structured and organised

large amount of time for sports including inter house

games thought to develop character so encouraged values

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Athletics 20 mark

POP REC
Festivals/fates- much wenlock/cotsworld games

  - Stick Fighting/wrestling

Prizes- Food/Money

Class- predominantly lower class

         - Some upper class support

Simple unwritten rules

locally so can walk to events

occasional eg annually, shrove tuesday

wagering big part

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Pedestrianism

Forerunner to modern day athletics

Footmen employed as messengers or runners so became occupational

Gentry were patrons to lower class and they set up the races

Festival occasions, spectator attractions
structured events

Robert Barclay Allardyce
rewards- chance to go from rags to riches
e.g. bare knuckle fist fighting

cheating became common- match fixing, crowd fights (drink)

local- limited transport and communications

annual and wagering

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Athletics Post Industrial Rational Rec

professional atheltics became popular in cities

purpose built facilites- tracks

high spectators and wagering still common

upper/middle class were amateurs and ran for enjoyment

lower class occupational- to make money

working class were excluded from events

AAA- amateur athletics association (sport to everyone, stopped exclusion)

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