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... for them but also very important for their future. In addition, communication skills are the most important things in any field.
There are many students who don 't have enough money and want to study in top universities. In this case, athletic scholarships may help students to study. In addition, students also can get academic scholarships. If high schools cancel sports, how can students practice? If students don 't practice, they won 't be good athletes and might not get a good education. Eventually, USA is not going to get educated persons. Moreover, they might get fewer athletes and most people know how well USA performs in the Olympic. So there would be a couple of disadvantages of cancelling sports. First are less educated persons and second is less athletics. In addition, playing sports in school helps people to get good jobs.
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