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• Entrepreneurship topics to be one of the compulsory courses in university both theoretically and practically.
• Holding entrepreneurship festivals and workshops with the cooperation of owners of the industries.
• Businesses of male sports science graduates of various universities of the country can explain the appropriate results for planners of the country.
• It is recommended for researchers to conduct studies on the comparative investigation of employment of domestic and foreign sports science university graduates.


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• The number of rotations is a key predictor of the final score in men´s competition. The relation between these two variables is quadratic. This means that there is an optimal number of rotations from which the final score starts to decrease.


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• Mean hip flexion angle in athletes with AE-LBP was significantly different to the control group, as was the mean angle of knee flexion so it is recommended to flex knees more while jump-landing in the training sessions.
• Mean lordosis angle while standing in the group with AE-LBP was significantly higher than in those without LBP, so we recommend cognitive functional exercise therapy to realign the spine in more dynamic positions.


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• Regarding anthropometric properties, Rugby ::union:: forwards are significantly taller than backs at the elite level. The lower the classification level, the smaller the height difference between forwards and backs.
• Across all levels, the forwards are significantly heavier than the backs reflecting the demands of each playing position.
• As the level increases, so does the speed of the backs in sprints.
• Regardless of playing level, the backs performed significantly better in sprints and attained higher jump values than the forwards.
• In contrast, forwards achieved higher 1RM results in lower and upper body strength assessments.



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