My job is definitely very different from your typical day job. Most of my days at work include being outside practicing or playing golf.

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Climate change is affecting temperatures and snowfall amounts. That could mean big changes for where people ski, where athletes train, and even where the Winter Olympics are held - or even if they are held at all.

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Did you know that whenever you watch an Olympic event, you’re watching science, technology, engineering and math in action?

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Whether it is instructing some games to play at recess, asking companies for sponsorship or answering emails, my role encompasses anything and everything.

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Above all, sports are a great way of staying physically fit. And physical fitness is important for anyone at any age. But playing sports also helps your psychological and social development.

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Becoming a Registered Dietitian and Sports Dietitian has been one of the most rewarding things in my life. Being able to help people live a healthier and more active lifestyle while making a living is indescribable.

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I am a physiotherapist. In my role, I combine an in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.

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The summer olympics begin today in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but these athletes can't succeed without science! We've compiled ten resources on the science behind sports so you can find out how the top athletes win gold.

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Athletes who use banned drugs get a unfair advantage. But how do officials know which athletes are cheating and which ones are “clean”? With chemistry, of course!

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