This interviewee, who competes representing the U.S.A., trains early in the morning and does conditioning in the evenings. Find out about her regimented schedule in this video.
Athletes and sports competitors participate in organized, officiated sports events to entertain spectators.
Long-term on-the-job training
Some sports and localities require athletes and sports competitors to be licensed or certified to practice. For example, in drag racing, drivers need to graduate from approved schools to be licensed to compete in the various drag racing series. The governing body of the sport may revoke licenses and suspend players who do not meet the required performance, education, or training. In addition, athletes may have their licenses or certification suspended for inappropriate activity.
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