TRENDS IN SPORTS: New Study Suggests Fewer Kids Are Playing Sports

TRENDS IN SPORTS: New Study Suggests Fewer Kids Are Playing Sports
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A new study was just released this past week which  suggests that fewer kids between the ages of 6-12 are participating in sports. In fact, the number of kids playing organized team sports has dropped by a stunning 8 percent over the last decade.
Now, if this is really true, that is quite a drop off…

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