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    • Gender disparities and Participation in swimming 

      Mwihaki, G. M.; Simiyu, Njororai W. W.; Wanderi, P. M (Makerere University, 2008)
      Participation in sports and engagement in physical activities has been encouraged to all, for its immense physiological, psychological and social benefits. Despite this, epidemiological studies have consistently established ...
    • Role of significant others in swimming participation 

      Mwihaki, G. M.; Simiyu, Njororai W. W.; Wanderi, P. M. (Makerere University, 2008)
      Initiating and sustammg participation in any activity is as a result of efforts and influences of significant others such as parents, who raise the child, siblings with whom ode grows up with, friends in the neighbourhood ...
    • Socio-economic factors influencing muslim university student participation in sports in Kenya 

      Mwihaki, G. M.; Simiyu, Njororai W. W.; Wanderi, P. M. (Makerere University, 2008)
      There is a strong theological background supporting sports in Islam (Qur'an, 16:8). However, this is on condition that it is lawful and does not hamper other religious obligations (Quran 2: :: 19, 5: 91-92). Conclusive ...