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Understanding Eating Disorders in Elite Gymnastics / Jacinta Tan, Raff Calitri, Andrew Bloodworth, Michael McNamee

Clinics in Sports Medicine, Volume: 35, Issue: 2, Pages: 275 - 292

Swansea University Authors: Jacinta Tan, Andrew Bloodworth, Michael McNamee

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Eating disorders and disordered eating are more common in high performance sports than the general population, and particularly so in high performance aesthetic sports. This paper presents some of the conceptual difficulties in understanding and diagnosing eating disorders in high performance gymnas...

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Published in: Clinics in Sports Medicine
ISSN: 0278-5919
Published: 2016
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description Eating disorders and disordered eating are more common in high performance sports than the general population, and particularly so in high performance aesthetic sports. This paper presents some of the conceptual difficulties in understanding and diagnosing eating disorders in high performance gymnasts. It presents qualitative and quantitative data from a study designed to ascertain the pattern of eating disorder symptoms, depressive symptoms and levels of self-esteem amongst national and international level gymnasts from the UK in the gymnastic disciplines of sport acrobatics, tumbling and rhythmic gymnastics.
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