Proposed Strategy to Establish “Promising” Athletics Schools in Jordan

Raed.M. Ragad, Hisham Ali ALdmour, Samer Nahar AL- Soub, Taha Mohamad Tarawneh


This study aimed to identify the strategy proposed to establish a “promising” Athletics schools in Jordan, researchers used descriptive approach approach, the sample of the study consisted of (104) randomly selected persons representing coaches, referees, and managers, after statistical analysis the results of the study found that the degree of the strategy implementation in the areas of (selection of “promising” foundations, objectives, curriculum and special programs, coaches qualifying, facilities and human resources, evaluation) appeared in a high degree. While constraints area appeared in a high degree from the point of view of the study sample. Results showed a statistically differences depending on the experience variable for the favor of administrators in (objectives, curriculum and special programs, evaluation) areas in comparison with the coaches and referees, in (fundamentals of selection, potential and human resources, qualifying of trainers, constraints) areas for the favor of coach compared with practical experiences and referees. The results indicated that there were no significant differences in the study variables depending on the variable (gender, qualifications, and experience). The study recommends that Jordan Athletics Federation adopt this strategy to establish “promising” schools in athletics, and address the constraints that limit the “promising” schools project.

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