The simple answer is Money. If there was a demand for a professional sports league it would be available.
every single one
In order to become a sports agent without a degree in sports managment you would have to have some sort of in with a company. Most companies require a degree.
Lots of sports are amateur and so have no professionals playing. They still have competitions, including leagues. Gaelic Football and Hurling, Ireland's two national sports have leagues. They are amateur sports, run by the largest amateur sporting organisation in the world. So their leagues are amateur, not professional.
The Australian Banker Professionals (ABP) provide all professional sports leagues with the money necessary for all.
There are several sports that can be played without triggering your asthma. I would start by doing some indoor sports. Bowling would be a great sport for someone with asthma.
Boys and men in most sports, even professionals sports, wear protective cups. It's just common sense.
there are three hockey is in the Winter and basketball and soccer/football are in the Summer
soccer... high contact without the pads... that's me girl!
All athletes in major professional American sports (football, basketball, hockey, baseball, NASCAR) are considered professionals (or, pros). Professionals who are in their first full year of competition are considered "rookies". Hence, you can't be a rookie without being a professional.
there isn't a single country without sports.
At last count there were 976,312 professionals with almost double that in amatuers