Paribu, Turkey’s leading cryptocurrency trading platform, conducted a survey to uncover the general framework of the sports branch supported by the Team Paribu project. According to the results; 61% of participants consider sports as a hobby, and 28.8% say they can allocate a budget to sports equipment.
Parisb conducted the “Parib Sports and Sports Awareness Survey” to clarify the general framework of the sports branch supported by Team Parisb, which was created to support Turkish sports and athletes. In the study; attitudes towards sports and licensed sports, sports at the forefront in Turkey, family thoughts on continuing children’s careers in sports, awareness of building a career in sports, Turkey on sports We analyzed in detail topics such as gender perception differences by sports sector among the seven regions of.
Technology is not the only approach to creating tomorrow. Yasin Oral, CEO of Parisb, who believes that it can be achieved by incorporating culture, art, sports, education and the environment, said the study: We aim to lay the groundwork for athletes to be with exemplary and mature athletes. We are confident that supporting sports and athletes will further increase their success. In our study, we analyzed how the general public thinks about sports and athletes. We believe that in the projects we realize and realize, we bring the awareness of sports and athletes to the right place for them. “
Can sports really become a professional business?
According to the survey results, 61% of the participants are engaged in sports as a hobby. 81.3 percent of participants aged 18 to 24 years. 45.8% of the 25-34 year old group consider sports a hobby. The results show that young people see sports more as a means of entertainment. While 39% of participants accept it as a professional job, 91% believe it is important to start sports as a child. Looking at the results, we can see that the average age that seems ideal for starting a sport is 9 years.
Another important issue involved in the study of sports views is the budget allocated to sports. Only 28.8 percent of participants allocate their budget to sports equipment. 45.2% consider sports to be an expensive profession. Based on region; 62.5 percent of participants living in the Marmara region. In Central Anatolia, 34.3% of participants believe that sports are not an expensive profession. Another important achievement is why you succeed in sports. 61% of participants said that working is the way to succeed in sports. 39% think it has passed the talent. These two are followed by 30.8% patience, 16.9% support, 7.7% education and 7% healthy nutrition.
Is gender important in sports?
Gender, one of the interesting themes of research, varies from region to region, but generally follows a similar line. 92% of participants say that gender is not important for participating in the sport, but 8% say it is. Participant’s response that gender is important is noteworthy. Participants who consider some sports branches more suitable for men describe these sports branches as boxing, wrestling and soccer. Participants who consider some sports branches to be suitable for women describe these sports branches as volleyball, gymnastics, basketball, and swimming.
It is unclear which sport the children are inclined to.
64.5% of participants do not know which sports sector their children are devoted to. However, many parents still believe that they can make decisions for their children and get to know them well. For this reason, 75% of participants want their children to choose sports as their profession. When displayed based on region. The Aegean region (94.3 percent) and the Marmara region (80.5 percent) are the regions that most support this view. On the other hand, in Eastern Anatolia, the percentage of people who do not want children to play sports as a profession is the highest, at 70.8%.
When asked which sport they would like their children to be interested in, 19.3% of parents answered soccer, 17.1% answered volleyball, and 14.6% answered martial arts. For this reason, they wanted their children to be healthy and able to protect themselves.