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When you compete in a sport, you play against another player or another team. Both sides play to win. Competing can make a sport more exciting. And it can make you a better player. But it also means somebody wins and somebody loses.
If you compete in sports, you have to be ready to:
Here are some tips to help you compete.
Sports can be challenging when you’re new to them, but they also can be really fun. Take a second look at sports – and learn other ways to be active – in this article for kids.
Sports injuries often can be prevented. Find out how in this article for kids.
Noticing your feelings and saying how you feel can help you feel better. This article for kids has ideas on how to practice talking about feelings and emotions.
Exercise can help keep a kid’s body fit and healthy. Learn more about what exercise can do for you in this article for kids.
Stress happens when you are worried or uncomfortable about something. You may feel angry, frustrated, scared, or afraid. Our article for kids will help you manage stress.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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