Respect you receive is reflective of the respect you give.
Teach your athletes to lead this cycle with these respect-minded articles and videos.



Articles

How Youth Sports Develop Ethical Men and Women

How Youth Sports Develop Ethical Men and Women By TrueSport Among a parent’s biggest goals is to raise healthy, ethical, and honorable adults. We want our children to like and respect themselves, respect others, and enhance the lives of people around them. One of the most prominent conversations over the past year has revolved around…


Videos

6 People Youth Athletes Should Respect

The 6 People Youth Athletes Should Respect TrueSport athletes should respect people other than just themselves (though that’s important too). There’s actually six types of people that that athletes should regularly show respect for, as explained by Olympic gold medalist in swimming and TrueSport Ambassador Cody Miller. — For more on teaching respect in youth…

What Makes A TrueSport Champion

What Makes A TrueSport Champion Perhaps no one knows better what kind of respectful behavior makes a TrueSport Champion than 2017 World Champion in steeplechase, Emma Coburn. — For more on teaching respect in youth sports, check out: • Learn.TrueSport.org for insightful articles and videos full of valuable advice • Teach.TrueSport.org for an entire lesson…

The Many Forms of Sports Respect

The Many Forms of Sports Respect Respect in youth sports means much more than just being kind to your opponents. Olympic gold medalist and TrueSport Ambassador Lauryn Williams shares just some of the many ways athletes can show respect. — For more on teaching respect in youth sports, check out: • Learn.TrueSport.org for insightful articles…