The game itself, the rules and regulations stay the same but the main difference is the way it's played and the philosophy is very different. In the United States, there is a lot of focus on individual skills; learning only the necessary skills to play (that's why most american bread centers can't shoot a jumper from far). There is also a lot of emphasis on the game line (number of pints, rebounds, assists, etc.).
In Europe, there's a bigger focus on team play and fundamentals. If you look at the 90's Yugoslavian team; all their players (which included Tony Kukoc, Drazen Petrovic and Vlade Divac) where able to pull "Magic" passes. All the players are excellent on fundamentals; can pass, shoot, rebound, etc; that's the reason there are a lot of big players who come from Europe that can shoot the 3 point (Okur, Kukoc, Divac)
Yes there is racial dicrimination on sports, many of them happen in sports that include different cultures like Africa and many other cultures and ethnicitys!
Ancient cultures played a huge role in the building of the Incan empire. The Incan people took over the other ancient cultures and made them their own. Their empire was every bit as widespread as the Romans.
Does your religion teach you that people from other cultures are evil? That attitude is the root of genocide.
I think that it just says that in the world of sports, there could be interracial teams and therefore, the cultures and practices of such race that belongs in one team with other races.
because cultures has thire own sport an it's a big thing to their culture.
The ancient cultures played an integral role in the building of the Incan empire. The empire was build on the foundations of these ancient cultures and civilizations which included the Chavin, Nazca and Moche.
Religion played a huge part in all these cultures. Religion was incorporated in all these civilization's sports, parties, wars, and even meals.
The nucleus controls all functions of the cell and the captain of a sports team controls the whole team. Thanks For Reading :D My answer was better than the other one. :D
role of sport in nation building
Parents can play a supportive role as part of the sports medicine team.