HEC study finds bright spots amid the gloom for organized sports during coronavirus pandemic

hec study finds bright spots amid the gloom for organized sports during coronavirus pandemic

Sumary of HEC study finds bright spots amid the gloom for organized sports during coronavirus pandemic:

  • Organized sports have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new study conducted by HEC Montréal says some positive and lasting changes have been made as a result of it..
  • However, it also found that many feel the world of Quebec sports is now speaking with a more unified voice than it ever has, and that the industry is now better perceived by the general public than prior to the crisis..
  • In a presentation Monday, professors Eric Brunelle and Richard Legendre pointed out that sports are an economic ecosystem that impacts millions of Quebecers and called sports a “way of life,”.
  • Legendre told Global News that due to confidentiality agreements, researchers cannot reveal who in Quebec sports community they spoke with specifically..
  • a majority of those the researchers spoke with said they were worried about the long-term performance of Quebec athletes in the aftermath of the pandemic..
  • It remains to be seen just how much of an impact the pandemic has had on athletes’ ability to stay in peak shape, he said, but added that “the normal training program environment is not there.”.
  • Coronavirus — Quebec Student Sports Federation cancels fall university sports due to pandemic There was some light amid the gloom, however:…

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