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Mikhailova I.V., Makhov A.S. Chess as competent type of sports: modern problems and methodological aspects

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.06.124.p132-140
 
Chess as competent type of sports: modern problems and methodological aspects
Irina Vitalyevna Mikhailova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Alexander Sergeevich Makhov, the doctor of pedagogical Sciences, senior lecturer,
Russian State Social University, Moscow

 
Annotation
The article discusses the various definitions of the term "sport", used by leading researchers of the general theory of sports and the system of athletes training. The similarities and differences of chess from other types of sports have been determined. The system of chess players training has been structured. The definition of chess sport concept has been presented; the determining factors of development of chess at the present stage have been highlighted. The features of doping usage in chess sport have been considered.
Keywords: sport, chess sport, system of chess players training, information training, remote training, doping.
 
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Article arrived in edition 25.06.2015.