In reply to Frank Senn. The Ys and community centers also had family days in which everyone was invited to attend. The boys including up to late teens still swam in the nude even though swim trunks were optional at some places. The family days were more than likely optional, but I do think most of the boys would be teased for being cowards had they not shown up for those days. I also do think there were meets and practices where the boys swam in the nude possibly in front of girls.
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In his article about collegiate sports programs, Thomas Rosandich refers to a "performance pyramid", which shows the general progression of athletic organizations in the United States. As the pyramid progresses, the level of competition increases, while the number of competitors decreases until the highest level of organized sport, professional sports , is reached. In many respects, the intercollegiate sports level serves as a feeder system to the professional level, as the elite college athletes are chosen to compete at the next level. This system differs greatly from nearly all other countries in the world, which generally have government-funded sports organizations that serve as a feeder system for professional competition. As well, in many countries professional clubs recruit athletes as children and develop them in their own academies, rather than through high school sports, signing them to professional contracts before they are done secondary school.
Historical background[ edit ] Foundations and hearings[ edit ] Title IX was enacted as a follow-up to passage of the Civil Rights Act of The Act was passed to end discrimination in various fields based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin in the areas of employment and public accommodation. A parallel law, Title VI, had also been enacted in to prohibit discrimination in federally funded private and public entities.