-If global capitalism reduces sport to a commodity to be bought and sold in the marketplace, and favors those able to tap the most resources, where do the cyclists and coaches in Rwanda fit in? Are they involved in cycling for material reasons, or are there other motivations involved? How and why? In answering this question, draw upon Rising from the Ashesand the New Yorkerreading. (http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/07/11/climbers-philip-gourevitch)-The Systemis a series of short stories about the management of power among a number of parties, including the NCAA, coaches, the media, the public, and players. What do these power arrangements say about the system of collegiate football?
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