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An online correspondence study was conducted to explore whether professional recruiters screening candidates for entry-level corporate jobs would view leadership skills acquired through high level participation in amateur sports at the collegiate varsity level more favorably than those acquired through non-sports activities. The experimental manipulation randomly varied candidates' athletic v. non-athletic leadership experience at university, their gender, and race. Eight hundred anddoi:10.17161/jas.v6i1.7468 fatcat:vjjkxbzonzdcpahrjpiwatleje