Women's Sport Developing Much Faster

May 2011
PN;May2011, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p72
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The article presents the insights of multi-Paralympic Winter Games gold medalist Verena Bentele regarding the fast development on women's sport. She mentions that sports for women were becoming more ambitious and the level of competition had risen. Bentele state that women before were more reduced on their looks and were not focused on their sporting talent. She suggests that women must look for sport where they have talents, have people who could support them, and have fun on practicing.


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