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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2023, 5(10); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2023.051009.

Study of Sports Talent Development Model in America


Chengrun Zhang

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Chengrun Zhang

School of Physical Education, Soochow University Suzhou, Suzhou, 215006, Jiangsu, China


Athletes in different ages, growth and development present different characteristics, which not only includes physiological, but also reflected in the psychological different, recognize these laws, help to cultivate sports talents more scientific control. The American sports talent development model is based on these bases to cultivate athletes of different ages according to the physical and psychological needs of athletes at different ages. Athletes of different ages with athletic talent and athletic potential guarantee the number of American athletes. Based on the American sports talent development model of foreign literature and the official website data analysis, this paper further studies the American children and adolescents stage athlete training mechanism, the American youth athletes training mechanism, the American university stage athlete training mechanism, the American professional athletes stage training mechanism and put forward the focus of the development of sports training.


United States; sports talent training; athletes; revelation

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Chengrun Zhang. Study of Sports Talent Development Model in America. Frontiers in Sport Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 10: 56-62. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2023.051009.


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