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Publications:
Seniors in Sport: The Experiences and Practices of Older World Masters Games Competitors

This study aims to understand the views, practices and experiences of male and female World Masters Games’ competitors (aged 55 years and over) via interviews and observations.

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Older Sportswomen: Personal and Cultural Meanings of Resistance and Conformity

This paper examines personal and cultural meanings associated with older women’s sports participation. These sportswomen demonstrate a sense of empowerment as well as conformity to notions of competition and youthfulness.

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Older Athletes’ Perceived Benefits of Competition

This paper examines the perceived benefits of competitive sport participation in later life (that extend beyond non-competitive physical activity outcomes typically found among this group).

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The Meaning of Sports Participation in the Lives of Middle-aged and Older Women

The current study compares and contrasts qualitative interview data from middle-aged and older women about their sports participation within the context of broader discourses of sport, ageing, and feminism.

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Women Aged 75 and Over: Attitudes towards Health-related Role Models and Female Master Athletes

This qualitative study investigates the attitudes of 21 women (aged 75–92), who ranged in physical activity levels, towards health related role models and female Masters athletes.

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Rituals in Australian Women’s Veteran’s Field Hockey

This qualitative study examined off the field experiences of women (aged 45 years and over) competing in a State Veteran’s Hockey tournament in New South Wales, Australia.

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