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Peter Alegi
Geoff Carlston
Paul Darby
Khalid El Hassan
Amy Freitag
Amadou Gallo Fall
Jemadari Kamara
Allan Mulondo
John Nauright
Martha Saavedra

Sport Opportunities for Women in Zimbabwe

The purpose of this project was to conduct an ethnography of women’s sports experiences in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Interviews with five women describe their personal experiences with sport and physical activity throughout their lives. The study also includes an examination of current community opportunities for sport and a demographic survey to highlight women’s attitudes towards sports. Cultural, social and economic factors stood out as the primary

Amy Freitag

B.S. in Hospitality Management, San Jose State University, San Jose, California. Currently a Master’s Student at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. Graduating in May 2005 with an M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies, with a focus on Sport Anthropology.

From June to July 2003, was on attachment (internship) at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. From June to September 2004, lived in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe while conducting research for her Master’s Thesis. Traveled throughout South Africa from September to November 2004
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