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Sportsmanship blog

Defining sportsmanship Pillar by Pillar

The Six Pillars of Character are a great filter for making ethical decisions. But they also remind us how to practice good sportsmanship.
Read more in our Sportsmanship Blog »

Michael Josephson's What Will Matter blog

We expect more from adults

Although 11-year-old Mark wasn't much of an athlete, his dad urged him to play youth baseball. Read more in our What Will Matter blog »
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Quotations on sports and sportsmanship

Browse our Quotations Bank for wise and witty words about sports

Searching for the best bon mots from the world of sports? We've compiled them here.
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Instill sportsmanship and build character

Want to make character a key part of your sports program? Our Pursuing Victory With Honor sportsmanship program offers customized training for your staff.
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Sportsmanship resource: True Champions Practice Points

Sportsmanship resource for coaches

Our True Champions Practice Points handbook helps coaches weave sportsmanship lessons and teachable moments into team meetings and practices.
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