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Each year, young, elite Canadian athletes travel south to a end American colleges and universities, funded in part by athletic scholarships. These 'student athletes' leave their home country to pursue opportunities they believe are only available in the U.S. The demands made on their time, fi nances, and personal wellbeing can be staggering. Yet for those who become student athletes, the value of the experience tends to be unquestionably identifi ed as being 'worth it'. In this paper, I exploredoi:10.3167/aia.2010.170106 fatcat:pgcemjqeq5g3bji2tnncz4zrpy