Descriptions and overall safety status of sport fields in schools of Ardabil city, Iran

Zahra Sepehri, Mahboub Sheikhalizadeh

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The aim of the study was descriptions and overall situation rating of sport fields in schools of Ardabil city, Iran. The population consisted of all schools in Ardabil city. Methodology: To collect the required data, 153 questionnaires were distributed among these schools. After data collection, analyzing data was performed using statistical methods. According to research findings, it can be said conclusively that the situation of sport fields is worrying in Ardabil city schools. Results: Based on the findings it seems that sport fields in primary schools require more attention on the part of the authorities because students are more active and hence, injury risk is higher in this age. Conclusion: The aim of the study was descriptions and overall situation rating of sport fields in schools of Ardabil city, Iran. According to research findings, it can be said conclusively that the safety status of sport fields in Ardabil city schools is worrying. So, it seems to be quite wise to pay more attention to the sport fields in primary schools especially considering the fact that students at this age are generally more active and hence, more prone to injury.

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