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Richer schools' students run faster: how the inequality in sport flows through to health

By Vaughan Cruickshank, Program Director – Health and Physical Education, Maths/Science, Faculty of Education, University of Tasmania
Jeffrey Thomas, Lecturer in Behaviour Management, University of Tasmania
Kira Patterson, Lecturer in Health Pedagogy, University of Tasmania
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Lower participation and poorer performance in cross-country running by students at low-SES schools is troubling, because physical activity and fitness are closely tied to health and well-being.The Conversation

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