Предлагаме ви спортна статистика, представена под формата на числа, инфографики, таблици и др., касаеща спортната активност на гражданите в Република България. Всички представени данни са извличани от официални източници, които също са посочени.
Persons with tertiary educational attainment — in sport employment: 43 % and in total employment: 32 %, 2016
Persons with tertiary educational attainment — in sport employment: 39 % and in total employment: 32 %, 2014
Attending live sport events at least once in the previous 12 months, by age group, 2015
16-29: 35 %
50-64: 10 %
Total: 18 %
Practising sport, fitness or recreational (leisure) physical activities at least once a week, by sex, 2014
Men: 17 %
Women: 6 %
Total: 10.8 %
*Горепосочените данни са от изследване на Евростат, публикувано през 2018 г.
As no Eurostat data collection is devoted specifically to sport, sport statistics are derived from already existing EU surveys. Reflecting sport’s multidisciplinary nature, they currently cover:
• employment — data from the EU Labour Force Survey;
• international trade in sporting goods — COMEXT data;
• attendance at live sport events — data from the EU Survey on Income & Living Conditions (SILC) ad-hoc module;
• active engagement in sport and physical activity — data from the European Health Interview Survey (EHIS).
Prevalence (%) of adults carrying out vigorous- or moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week, 25-64 y.o., 2007
Males: MODERATE INTENSITY: 57.3 %; VIGOROUS INTENSITY: 50 %
Females: MODERATE INTENSITY: 47.7 %; VIGOROUS INTENSITY: 34.7 %
Both sexes: MODERATE INTENSITY: 52.4 %; VIGOROUS INTENSITY: 43.3 %
Prevalence (%) of children and adolescents reaching the WHO recommended physical activity levels, 2011
CHILDREN 7–9 YEARS / ADOLESCENTS 10–13 / YEARS ADOLESCENTS 14–18 YEARS
MALES: 22.3 / 30.9 / 26.8
FEMALES: 16.5 / 20.2 / 11.9
BOTH SEXES: 19.5 / 25.7 / 19.0
*Горепосочените данни са от изследване на the European Commission (EC) and WHO Regional Office for Europe in the context of the implementation of the Recommendation of the Council of the European Union on promoting health-enhancing physical activity across sectors and the European Noncommunicable Diseases Action Plan 2012-2016.
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