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They have proven their skills over a period of time, they have work hard to achieve them and the most they have work hard towards creating an image.
It doesn’t take a day, week, month or even a year to achieve a strong position but it takes dedication of decades to finally be able to play at a national and then international level. To be recognized and selected out of hundred and thousands of sports persons.
Else for representing their country they also become a benchmark and a perfect image in minds of many people. They become their super heroes, after religion or for most of the people even before they place their heroes. They follow them in style, personality and traits. They start believing in them and that makes them a brand. Sports persons are than hired by different organizations to represent their product and services. These organizations know that their brand will be promoted because of the image they present.
If we see the different aspect that they represent we shall conclude that a sports person is not alone, he does not only carry his/her name, he compromises many years of his life in order to master the skills and at the same time they compromise on their families and other social relations because they don’t have much spare time.
For the efforts that the place, there are reason I can easily say that they are not over paid. For one they are best at what they do, even in other fields including accountants, lawyers, doctors, actors even writers, are millionaires, and they are paid because they perform good. In any field one would only gain if they prove that they are nothing less than the best. Same goes for the sports persons, the perform and they are paid for performing good. Another aspect that has to be kept in mind is that sports is only for a certain time period with age sports cannot be continued and that is why the earning of a sports person ends
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College Athletes Should be Paid to Play. College athletes are at a severe financial disadvantage compared to other students and therefore should be paid at least a stipend by the university. Students not involved in sports are able to obtain part-time employment in order to purchase necessary peripheral items such as toiletries, clothing, school related incidentals and perhaps a pizza on the weekend.
Simon is scheduled to have arthroscopic surgery, which utilizes small incisions made with special instruments and a viewing scope for this common labral injury (Funk, 2011), two weeks from now, and he is anxious to resume play quickly. To accomplish this a rehabilitation program is being developed by a specialized team.
Actors and professional athletes are paid enormous amounts of money in the United States in order to avail their services. When the payments doled out to celebrities are compared to international averages, it becomes apparent that they are in line with the norm.
The association accords respect to women and endorse them as decision makers for their own health. The association accepts membership of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN), the registered nurses and even prospecting students. The association does not discriminate against women, regardless of age, race, or class (American Nurses Association, 2010).
Recently the NCAA board of directors with the backing of Mark Emmert, the president of NCAA agreed to pay Division one athlete a stipend of $2000 (Nocera 1). However, Emmert insisted that they will not move to a pay for play model as this would convert student athletes to university employees.
In the light of this fact one can say that success is behind every sports person provided he is guided by an efficient and caring coach. Therefore coach-athlete relationship matters in this aspect that it shapes and grooms the inner side of the athlete which after practice requires encouragement and motivation from his coach.
Athletics develops professionalism and team oriented persons, aspects that are critical for business success. Accountability of athletes is fundamental, and both athletes and coaches should integrate competitions into an academic pursuit
that athletics in most institutions are being run as businesses and not athletic programs, which means that most of the institutions are making a lot of monies from their athletes, without necessarily giving them back. Apart from the scholarships that most students receive,