Tempted To Cheat
Don't cheat! Respect yourself and your standards, even when others don’t.
Sportsmanship: Honoring The Game Toolkit For Coaches
Coaches can teach sportsmanship through PCA's acronym, ROOTS, and share it with athletes and their parents.
Respecting Opponents: The Traditional NHL Post-Game Handshake
To Mike Nealy, the hockey handshake is a powerful example of respect for the game and for opponents.
Respecting Hakeem: Mark West's Experience With The All-Time Great
Former Phoenix Suns player explains why he had so much respect for the competitive, but fair, Hakeem Olajuwon.
Honesty: A Key Lesson In Ultimate Frisbee, The Self-Refereed Sport
Ultimate frisbee limits arguing and promotes integrity, as this editorial from a local news station shows.
How To Coach The Spirit Of The Game At Youth Levels
Skyd Magazine hosts a panel on teaching spirit to younger athletes with several top ultimate frisbee coaches.
Improving Game Fairness In Ultimate Frisbee
A panel of coaches discusses how spirit (fairness) and winning in ultimate frisbee tend to go hand in hand.
Using The "Spirit Circle" To Respect And Learn From Opponents
World Champion Ultimate players describe how this post-game ritual makes them better athletes, better people.
The Car Ride Home: Ask the Right Questions
Parents can use the car ride home as an opportunity to ask their kids the right questions.
How Integrity Learned in Youth Sports Helps in Later Life
Strong moral character is a lifelong asset that can begin with sports.